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Orthopedic reviews in Monroeville

  • A
    DiStazio, Dr. John J.
    After preliminary exam and X-rays, I was given an injection in both feet for the neuromas. The injections seemed to work well and I was not scheduled for another visit. The doctor was very thorough and answered all my questions. The staff was excellent and very friendly. I would recommend Dr DiStazio to anyone.
    - JoAnn R.
  • A
    UPMC Orthopedic Surgery Dept
    There is a whole group of doctors. These are all part of the same group. I go to the one in Monroeville. The lady that treated my knee was a Dr. Jordan. She is no longer with the group. I can't tell you where she is. The first time Dr. Kaufmann treated my shoulder. The next time I got someone else. He was a very good doctor but he had a very odd name. There is a guy named Freddie Fu who is very famous. He treats all the big sports figures. He is the head of the practice. They have an office in Cheapside. They have an office in Monroeville. I go to the one in Monroeville. There are a whole slew of doctors and they are very specialized. One doctor treats hips, one doctor treats wrists, one doctor treats elbows, one doctor treats shoulders, one doctor treats knees and it just goes on down the line. They are very specialized. There are a couple of different groups that have that name. They are very good. I would use them again in the future.
    - Isabelle K.
  • A
    Neuschwander, Dr. David C.
    I have a brain injury; so I go to another place for therapy. They are real good and I have been going there for about a year. They gave me Dr. Neuschwander’s number and he treated my shoulder. Since I was already going in for physical therapy I though I would have them check to see what was wrong. I didn’t push my life away because I figured I wasn’t patched out; so I thought I would have them check it the next day. They thought it was a torn rotator cuff but referred me to that doctor to get checked. He did an x-ray and I had broken bones. They were nice to me. They lacked a little empathy. The staff there was so busy that they didn’t visit; they didn’t show a lot of empathy. Dr. Neuschwander’s communication was pretty good. He was direct; to the point; no small talks. The effectiveness of treatment and billing and administration was good.  They didn’t listen to me. I told them I didn’t have to pay anything with my insurance. They asked me to pay before I see the doctor so I paid but they sent me a refund check. I knew it; I have the best insurance policy I can buy and I know I didn’t have any copay in it. But they made me pay anyway but they refunded it.
    - Mary Ellen P.
  • A
    Rogal, Dr. Mike J
    I trust Dr. Mike Rogal. He also did my wife's wrist and she got 99% of her wrist power back. That's why I decided to get my knee replaced with Dr. Rogal. I've had nothing but positive experience with him. I'm going in for my three year X-ray tomorrow.
    - William H.
  • A
    Fowler, Dr. David P.
    Dr. Fowler and his staff are topnotch all the way. I suffered another concussion just before I was scheduled for knee surgery. He was so concerned about the effect of the resulting concussion that he made arrangements for me to see an associate of his who specializes in head injury. After consulting with her, he cancelled the surgery. This is typical of Dr. Fowler and his staff. They're the BEST!
    - DONNA G.
  • D
    Broudy, Dr. Arnold S
    I was very disappointed with the entire situation from my first to last visit (this condition requires ongoing monitoring every 2 or so weeks). 1) Dr.'s office is overbooked and understaffed. The employees are rushed and you have to wait 30 to 60 minutes to see the Dr. beyond your appointment time. 2) Dr. always seems to want to spend the least amount of time he can with you. He will visit with you maybe 5 minutes, if that. If you attempt to ask questions or engage him in conversation about the condition, he will answer quickly and then attempt to leave the room. It took me three attempts before I was able to engage him in any type of conversation about the details of my condition. I always felt as if I was keeping him from something more important. 3) After visiting with you, he will go into an open area, just outside all the examination rooms, and dictate his findings, your name, your condition and progress and your referring physician's name into some type of recording device. What Dr. probably isn't aware of is that patients in the examination rooms (and anyone walking in the open area like a nurse or visiting drug rep) can overhear all of the details of Dr.'s just completed examination. Clearly, a patient confidentiality issue and a HIPPA (government regulation) violation. It is amazing how clearly you can overhear the details (it's also amazing how quickly he can speak; it's like one of those old FedEx commercials where the guy is talking so fast). 4) If you try to leave a message for his secretary, Jackie, the voice mail announcement says she will get back to you by the next business day if the message is left after 4:30pm. After I did not receive a call back after a week, I called and asked if she got my message. She indicated that she did not, but they were short staffed, people were on vacation and some folks have been filling in. I am glad I was not in pain. 5) Dr.'s initial solution to my condition was some type of homemade splint with gauze tape. What a mess! I have no idea how anyone could possibly manage that situation and change it with one hand (because you are supposed to keep that finger straight at all times). I had to go on the internet and find the STAX finger splint which is specifically designed for this condition. When I asked Dr. about this type of splint during my 2nd visit, he suggested that few of his patients like that type. Simply put: I just don't believe it. For whatever reason, he didn't want to provide that option. My issue is that I had to come up with that option on my own. I think he should have said at the initial visit: "Well, you can have this type of splint, or you can have this other type of splint." Let me make the decision, not him. Bottom line: I hire a physician to do my bidding. I ask for his expertise and experience, but at the end of the day, as a President once said: "I am the Decider." I have transferred my records to another Dr.
    - William W.
  • B
    Allegheny Orthopedic Assocs
    Everything was fine. The front office staff is very amenable to setting up appointments.
    - Ann C.
  • A
    Michael Levine MD
    .He did the surgery. He was a very experienced and I really thought he did a great job. I will continue to use him.
    - Courtney P.
  • A
    Wissink, Dr. Scott
    He does more general sports medicine. He referred me to another specialist. He was wise enough to know that there was something that he didn't want complications with.
    - Claudia V.
  • B
    Orthopaedic Associates of Pittsburg
    There is usually about an hour wait. They are really busy. Other than that they are very good.
    - RICHARD C.
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