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  • Surgery went well...has taken some time to heal along with physical therapy. 
    Pain from the surgery is just beginning to really subside and shoulder and arm are just starting to feel 'normal' again. 
    Overall, I feel that Dr. Flik is an excellent surgeon.  Would have appreciated a little more details on what exactly was going to be done and what was done, though....
    Would definitely recommend him for anyone needing arthroscopic rotator cuff surgery.
    - judith c.
  • Dr. Fuchs is a thorough and compassionate doctor. She is an excellent diagnostician. She also does well at ensuring care is coordinated amongst doctors. She is a conservative doctor and will lean on the side of additional bloodwork , monitoring, etc. Her practice weaknesses is that she does have a tendency to run late for scheduled appointments (but does not tolerate lateness in her I found out once years ago when I was 20 minutes late and was refused to be seen).
    - Mary H.
  • She ordered X-rays and determined that I had some Arthritus. Since I could not take injections she offered a topical ointment which was very effective.

    Problem is that when I came back for follow-up she said that since I was a State employee and I had Arthritus pain, I should just retire now to Arizona and that I would do better there. Problem was I was only 58 years old and intended to work till I was 66. My Arthritus was not at all that bad. I went to a doctor so help so I could be more comfortable, free of pain and continue my productive life. Her answer was retire and more to a warm climate.

    When I tried to schedule another appointment for a prescription renewal her PA told me see my primary for a renewal. No need to see Dr. Veselova. So much so for establishing a relationahip with a rhemutologist and looking at possible Lupus condition. I was referred to her by another female physician who I respect a great deal. I had intended to be a long term patient.

    No, I will not go back to the doctor because she basically wrote me off and didn't want to see me again.
    - Marion E.
  • I am seeing him on a worker's comp claim. I have been out of work since November. He communicates very well. I want to go back to work but he wants to make sure I am well and that I don't hurt myself again. He is very conciseness. I like him. It took me a long time to get in to see him the first time but since then I have not hada problem getting an appointment. I never have to wait long in the waiting room. I have recommend him. 
    - eileen j.
  • Dr. Feeney is a very kind and caring doctor. His sense of humor takes that edge off when you see a doctor. Has pointed me to the right speacialist when needed. He's an independent doctor that does what is best for patients not for the insurance company. Dr. Feeney always take his time to make sure that he listens to your needs an what might be wrong. He also takes the time to recommend things that you should be doing to help your health. I would highly recommend Dr. Feeney to anyone looking for a great family doctor.
    - Adam M.
  • The consultation was okay; her accent was difficult to understand at times, but she seemed nice enough. HOWEVER, at my follow-up appointment, I met with the PA (who was friendly and easy to talk to) and it went HORRIBLY. The issue was NOT the PA, it was the doctor. I'd been having a flare-up for 6 months when I went on vacation with my family. My RA had calmed down a bit, but with all of the humidity (we were at the beach) my knees started to really bother me. I called the doctor and asked for a prescription of prednisone - something that I had been prescribed in the past (by my primary care physician) that actually helped. Veselova refused to prescribe it for me, though, because she was concerned about giving it to "someone [my] size." (I'm very petite.) The fact that I had taken it more than once before - without any negative side effects - did not matter. All she would give me was tylenol. (Anyone with arhritis knows that tylenol does NOTHING.) So, I set up an appt. with her for when I got back (they couldn't get me in for 2 weeks) and called my primary care doctor. He prescribed the prednisone and I began to feel better right away. When I finally got in to Veselova's office I told the PA everything; I said I was extremely frustrated because I'd been dealing with this for so long, and I just wanted to be on something that I could take regularly that would prevent things from getting worse. She said she understood and was going to give me a prescription. She went to double-check with the doctor, but when she came back in she said that Veselova was "furious" that I'd gotten a precription from my primary care doctor. She said that Veselova would not allow her to give me anything and told me that I'd just have to wait until my knees got bad again and then go get an MRI and THEN come in to see HER. Meanwhile, Veselova had her PA scolding me as if I were a child (I have JRA, but I'm 22 years old), and never once did she come in and talk to me face-to-face. The whole thing was just immature and spiteful - all because another doctor had the gaul to actually help me. I mean, really, telling a patient that you won't consider helping them until they jump through a million hoops is down-right HEARTLESS - AND ARROGANT.
    - Keith S.
  • The practice has had issues with punctuality in the past, since the doctors take as much time as needed with each patient, but lately they seem to have found a system that keeps them on schedule. We go to each appointment prepared with our questions to make sure we don't forget anything.  We ask lots of questions and Dr. Sorum always gives us honest, complete answers, often emailing us later with additional information.
    - Noelle W.
  • The whole operation is very good, their scheduling, what they do, and what their recommendations are. I have been going to her for 25 years. The healthcare in the Albany area, where we live, is very good. I have an appointment with them tomorrow for a physical.
    - GUY H.
  • He is excellent. He does not tinker. If I go in with a problem and he doesn't feel he can come up with a solution or diagnosis, he will send me for a test. He won't say let's try this or that. I've been to him 2 or 3 times when I've had some issues and he has sent me to a specialist right away or did whatever he thought was necessary. He spends time with me. He is very available. He does have walk-ins on certain days. I've been seeing him for 5 or 6 years and I've only had to wait a couple of times. Usually my appointment is when it is supposed to be and I haven't had to wait. I have always been able to talk to him about any problems I've had. I'm a nurse and he will send me to someone else if he can't resolve a problem. They collect the co-pay at the beginning. I will absolutely continue to see him.
    - Valerie F.
  • Dr. Coughlin is the head physician there but I've mainly worked with the nurse practitioner, Susan O'Laughlin. She is wonderful; she's already solved problems I've had for 6 years. She is thorough and personable. She works very hard to resolve issues. It is not difficult to set appointments.
    - Lara T.
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