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  • A
    I am an Army Helicopter Pilot that has developed nerve damage in my cervical spine coupled with carpal tunnel syndrome, causing numbness, tingling and severe pain in both of my hands. I have received treatment from several Doctors of different specialties, allowing some relief, however, with no real diagnosis of the problem. Unfortunately, the situation with my hands continued to worsen. I then found Dr. Bruce Fry, who is a physiatrist and spinal expert with the Knoxville Orthopedic Clinic. Dr. Fry is a detail oriented subject matter expert who is inquisitive, intelligent and very pleasant to work with. I tend to ask many questions regarding my medical conditions and Dr. Fry was happy to answer every one. He quickly discovered the exact cause of the problem along with an immediate and effective plan for treatment. For the first time, I feel that I have found a lasting solution to my situation through Dr. Bruce Fry of Knoxville Orthopedic Clinic.
    - Glynn C.
  • A
    Upon arrival the staff was thorough in processing my data. The wait after completion was no more than 5-10 minutes. A technician performed a complete battery of eye examinations and tests. My eyes were dilated and after a brief wait while the medication took effect I was taken to an examination room and waited for Dr. Froula. He appeared after no more than 5 minutes and completed the examination. Dr. Froula is thorough and professional. I certainly will return as needed.
    - Howard F.
  • D
    I was taken to a small room to wait for the nurse practitioner to see me. I sat there for almost one hour before she saw me. She offered no explanation as to why she had me wait so long. I have had to see her before, her bedside manner is definitely lacking.
    - Connie H.
  • F
    If you want an arrogant condescending doctor who expects you to say how high when he says jump, then this guy is for you. My wife and I need a new PCP, and this "doctor" is in the practice of our lost PCP. So we interviewed him as part of an office visit for several minor problems. He consistently failed to listen, supplied me with patently incorrect information, and failed to solve my problems. We felt that it was his way or the highway and we chose the highway. Finally, this guy is very overweight, so don't expect useful diet help from him.
    - Alan G.
  • A
    Always personable, takes time to discuss and thoroughly investigate. Is absolutely great with kids and makes them comfortable and laugh. The whole Trinity Medical staff is good, but Dr Green and Smith are outstanding.
    - Jodie S.
  • D
    My first visit was horrible. I had never had a physician to get in my face and declare they did not want me for a patient, until I went to PCET. It was inferred that I had gone through rehabilitation while in Arizona, which was most inaccurate. At first I was told I would receive only one 15mg IR Morphine tablet per day but I did request at least two, which was granted. Each month I went to this clinic, I cried on the way there. I felt mistrusted and emotionally abused. I have always been a pretty tough, but professional woman, thought I could handle most situations. I was wrong! When you have unbearable pain, know your physician thinks you are an addict and does not want you for a patient, it can make one feel depressed, anxious and sad. Eventually the physician via a Nurse Practitioner, did increase my medication regime which allowed Morphine 20mg long term release time capsule for morning and at night. Along with this change, I was able to keep the two short term Morphine 15mg IR per day. After being a most compliant patient for a year or so, it was stated that I had been misjudged. The physician stated to me personally that I returned more meds than almost any other patient and he knew my pain levels were higher. than most. This was due to my determination NOT to be perceived as the addict he claimed I was initially. I would rather suffer than to be misjudged. I informed the medical staff of a new suspected problem, which was a spinal cord compression, which was the reason for other unpleasant physical changesl I was no longer able to urinate without having to self-catheterize at least 4 times daily. I informed the new medical assistant that I would require additional time in the ladies room due to this problem. This youg lady was incredibly horrible! I cannot describe the rude, insensitive treatment. I received on my last visit, but there was a woman waiting to give a urine sample about my age who witnessed what occurred. She, too, was appalled. By the time I was to check out, I was sobbing, signed a document on the incorrect line, etc. Within a week, I received a form letter from the physician which made some false accusations and dismissed me from the practice. Before a month had passed, due to the spinal cord compression, I had a face-forward fall in our bathroom, leaving me an incomplete quadriplegic. I have had to undergo two surgeries to remove the bone spur that injured my spinal cord. I spent some weeks at Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center but left in a wheelchair. I am still in outpatient treatment 3 hours each Tuesday/Thursday. I can move my limbs but still have so much numbnessin my feet and legs that I am having to learn to walk again and have no feeling in my hands and arms. So, all I can say about PAIN CONSULTANTS OF EAST TENNESSEE is where were they when I needed them most and why make false accusations to dismiss a most compliant patient?
    - Rebecca S.
  • F
    I went to CPS, after a neurosurgen, who would not operate; said a pain pump would help me. CPS did a trial injection, for a pain pump, that resulted in 80% pain relief. The procedure was done by their anesthesiologist. I left their office thinking I would finally get pain relief, after suffering for seven years; following a botched laminectomy, in 2011. CPS has led me on, for seven months, telling me they have been "jumping through hoops" to try and get my insurance to approve the procedure. My insurance company told me that CPS has refused to send them my clinical history, or specifics of the trial injection; that was supposed to relieve pain by 50% or more. I have very good insurance, and I have met all of the necessary criteria. Rather than help to help get the pain pump approved, they told the insurance company they thought I needed more physical therapy and muscle relaxers. I have had therapy many times, during the past seven years, and I cannot take two muscle relaxers every day as the nurse practitioner ordered. Even the physical therapist didn't want me to do exercises, because I have so many problems resulting from the surgery. CPS took away the oxycontin, that I had been getting from the St. Mary's Pain Clinic, and would only give me the same amount of oxycodone that I have been taking, since 2013. After I left a message for the nurse practitioner, asking if she still had the information my ins. co. needed, she had another N.P. in the office call me, after hours, to tell me that "the doctor" doesn't think I am a candidate for a pump. When I asked why, she said I am not taking "enough pain medicine". If that isn't bad enough, I had to wait months to get my records from them because you can't see the office notes on the patient portal; which I had to wait three weeks for the office mgr. to give me a legitimate website. CPS has put, in my notes, that I came to the office talking about all the doctors who had "messed me up", that I was four pills short at one visit, that I was given a warning for this, and that I was being referred for mental health evaluation. These are lies. I was never short of pills. They never mentioned it during the office visit. When I went back for the follow up, I took the notes to ask the N.P. why there were false things in my records. When she saw the notes, on my lap, she quickly got up from her chair; and said the visit was over. It is obvious that I have been set up by these evil people. When, I got the call from CPS saying I wasn't taking enough pain medicine, the N.P. said the office mgr. would call me. This, is the same person who hated to admit that a patient portal existed, and then took three weeks to tell me the website. So, it isn't surprising, that the office mgr. has not called me. It has been two weeks since I was told she would call. How much would you bet, they have already put in my notes, that my pills are short again; or some other reason, that will result in me being dismissed from the clinic? I have been a model patient. I have had to deal with this type of treatment, since the back surgery. Although my spine was ruined, the surgery is called a "failed surgery". If, I go back to CPS, they will put terrible things in my records, but I don't have time to get a referral to another pain facility. I never took pain medicine, before the back surgery. I, am a perfect example of how decent people get treated, at pain clinics; after they have been ruined by a doctor. I have been told, by an orthopedist, that pain clinics do not get paid enough, to deal with pain pumps; when compared to the money they get for monthly office visits, for pain medicine.
    - Joni V.
  • F
    Horrible--Dr. Lawrence Bushkell butchered my ear, and now I have an appointment with a plastic surgeon to correct the damage. No doubt I'll need an attorney before this horrible incident is over. Dr. Bushkell doesn't hold a candle to his former colleague Dr. Anthony Meyers, who retired and moved to Portland, Oregon. Dr. Meyers was my dermatologist from 1988 until he retired, and he was superb.
    - Cheryl K.
  • A
    I have been pleased with the care I have received from Dr. Tragessor and his staff. Most telling is that I had a previous dentist tell me I needed a new crown because the tooth under it was cracked. When I first went to Dr. Tragessor I mentioned it. He noted the cracked tooth and we should watch for any changes. Over all these past years, he's still watching.
    - Michael R.
  • A
    He is very expert at making replacement crowns. I have many crowns in my mouth (28 teeth, 19 crowns), some as old as 40 years. As my older crowns age and fail, Dr. White is about to replace them with his CEREC technology. What used to take several weeks he can do in a morning.
    - George F.
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