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    Goldstein, Dr. Steven
    I love Dr. Steven Goldstein, he is a very good chiropractor. I've been going to him for 15 years and he's very reasonable. I go to him for foot problems and knee problems. I had an injury. He doesn't rob his patients! He's very very decent. If he sees something else wrong with me he'll work on that too without charging me more than the insurance. He is very caring and takes his time with everybody. Chiropractors are not just for the back, although I have lower back problems. He saved me from a stomach problem because my lower back was causing a stomach issue which my Doctor didn't believe in. Some Chiropractors you have to sign a contract for a million and one things, he's not like that. He says we'll take one thing at a time. I would rate Dr. Goldstein as A++. He is a wonderful Doctor.
    - Brian D.
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    Professional Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy
    The initial interview went very well. My husband was taken to an area away from the general therapy room in which there were only 3 tables.  There, the therapist asked him  not only about his injury but his medical condition overall. At this point, Kylan (his therapist) tested his range of motion very slowly and continually asked him if I was feeling pain or discomfort. She also tested  him by offering resistance to his ability to raise and lower his arm. After this, she went over what his program would be like and reviewed with a  model what the muscles and ligaments looked like in the shoulder and what muscles he and the therapists  would be attempting to strengthen. They then did some of the exercises that could be done in that room, but eventually moved out to the larger room where there was access to other equipment. Here, he was also introduced to other members of the team. He has been going twice a week since then and is very satisfied with the treatment and the facility. All of the staff from the front desk to the therapists are welcoming and professional.  Happily, he is seeing real improvement in the shoulder in the past month that he has been going for treatment.
    - EDITH B.
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    William Matarese MD
    Dr. Matarese is very skilled and his diagnosis is accurate. He is also conservative on suggestions like surgfery, which I appreciate. My only negative comment is that he tends to be very fast about things and does not explain as much as he should. You need to make him slow down.
    - J. Ross K.
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    Silberman, Dr. Marc R.
    First and foremost Dr. Silberman's office staff is very accomadating and friendly. Also, he was all business and did NOT laugh at the sight of a 64 year old overweight limping old lady in his Sports Medicine office. I was treated with respect and care. I chose a Sports Medicine doctor for my second opinion and, ultimately, care because I felt the area that was affected (buttocks down through leg) would be in line with what he might see. My hunch was right.
    - San D H.
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    William Unis MD
    I have been pain-free since that time. Dr. Unis has vast experience and makes each patient feel special. He is extremely friendly and very competent and I will continue to use him. On the negative side, the two front desk staff (receptionist and office manager) could be more patient-oriented. They make patients wait while they are chatting - these conversations could wait until no one is standing on line waiting to check in. On one occasion, when I was in a lot of pain and was near Dr. Unis' office, I walked in to see if I could be seen (being it was a holiday coming up), and was admonished by the office manager, who informed me that I was never to walk in again - I should call. This wasn't said nicely and she treated me as though I was a first-grader.
    - Marguerite O.
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    McIlveen, Dr. Stephen J.
    His specialty is knees, shoulders and sports medicine. He is good and came highly recommended by my regular internist. He is never wrong with the people he sends me to. I see him about twice a year.
    - SONJA T.
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    Jeffry Beer MD
    He prescribes medicines, recommends physical therapy when necessary. He manages my pain and does what he can to make me not in as much pain. He is very caring, and seems to be very concerned. He is very professional, and he has a very clean office. What comes to me most is his compassion. He seems to really want to try and help you feel better. I can sense it, and it is a nice feeling.
    - CARMELA B.
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    Metzl, Dr. Jordan D.
    After I had an unpleasant insurance mixup with his first PT recommendation, he suggested another local PT outfit. I later mentioned how pleased I was with the new org--financially and physically--and he said, "I'm glad you told me. That's very good for me to know." I've been to Dr. Metzl several times, and he has become my favorite doctor of any kind in the city. Personable, intelligent, energetic, attentive, responsive, averse to over-medication and/or expensive solutions, he really seems to know his stuff--AND  me and my history when I come in. His offices/examination rooms have solid info sheets, which he has written himself, on various conditions. He emails informative newsletters periodically. On his walls he has lots of testaments/thank you's from athletes in a variety of sports--some pros, some high-school/college youths and teams. He does triathlons himself. I'm older, not terribly athletic, and he does great by me!
    - Gene B.
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    Feldman, Dr. David J
    Went to see him on advice from brother in law who had similar issues and surgery. Gave me a shot of Cortisone and sent me for MRI. MRI came back negative for acute damage, positive for osteoarthritis. Went for physical therapy, which aggravated it, and a few more cortisone shots. Sent for 2nd MRI which showed Meniscus damage. Told me I wasn't a candidate for knee replacement due to my age (48), size and active lifestyle. Knee replacement would only last 5 years. Gave me multiple options for treatment: 1. Injectable lubricant (Synvisc) 2. Arthroscopy to remove damaged meniscus (Synvisc later) 3. Microfracture surgery - interesting process - damaged meniscus and cartilage removed to bone, holes drilled into bone and marrow puled through to fill in damaged area. Eventually becomes cartilage. Problem here was i needed to be off my feet for 6 weeks, and this is not a real option - my career requires me to be on my feet. I opted for #2. #3 is an alternative later on. As a former athlete, I felt like the meniscus tear was acute, and the lubricant alone wouldn't help. The pain was sharp and fairly localized. The rest of the knee would ache from time to time. Dr. Feldman has an excellent bedside manner, and took the time to thoroughly explain my injury and available options. He left the decision to me. His staff is large (10 people for 1 surgeon) and excellent. His office is a well oiled machine. Generally very little wait time for visits. Doctor Feldman never rushed me during my visits. I am very inquisitive re: injuries, and he was very thorough explaining the injury and available treatment options. He exhausted several treatment paths before offering surgery. I had my surgery today and it went like clockwork. Checked in at 8:30 and released before noon. I can't vouch for the outcome yet. The surgery was performaed at Surgical Center of NW NJ. This was another excellent organization. The staff was excellent. My wife's first job in nursing was on the orthopedic floor of Morristown Memorial over 10 years ago, and several members of the center's staff worked with my wife at MMH. She remembered all of them being the cream of the nursing crop among he colleagues, so the surgical center is doing things right and attracting top nursing talent. I was a little concerned about not having the surgery in a hospital, but surgical centers such as these actually mitigate risk of infection, since patients aren't infected coming in, thus reducing the risk of contamination. All in all, I can't say enough good things about Dr. Feldman, his staff, or the surgical center. Thorough, friendly and professional treatment every step of the way. Hopefully, I will get the results from the surgery that I was hoping for.
    - GW M.
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    Town Medical Associates
    i highly recommend this group as for family medicine; they now have a nurse/practioner for treating depression and medications (i prefer a nurse/practioner to a psychiatrist and have always received excellent care; they recently added a sports medicine doctor to the staff who proved invaluable in solving persistent foot pain and getting me into physical therapy and orthotics. all their files are computerized so any doctor you see (they also have pa's) can access your record, see your history, what medications you're on. that kind of service is proving more and more important. they can provide references to specialists not on their staff, if needed. overall, i have found this practice helpful, convenient, friendly, accessible - and they work seamlessly with my health insurance which is medicare and AARP.
    - Lynda B.
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