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  • F
    Landmark Foot & Ankle Center - Alexandria
    The short story: I have paid more than $775 out-of-pocket for an issue that is not resolved. $91.59 of that is for the office visit (fine), $139.12 of that is for "surgical care" (I had a sample taken from a toenail to send off for lab testing; I hardly call that surgery), and $548.39 is for the lab testing. I have called the office twice and left messages (once on a machine, and once with a person asking for someone in accounting to call me back) and I have sent two emails - all in an attempt to understand the charges. I have received no response. I have, however, talked to the lab company who shared that the reason for the high bill was because Dr. Garrett ordered multiple tests and noted them as "high sensitivity". It was a toenail! Nothing about it should have required multiple tests, and certainly not of high sensitivity. I share this because if Dr. Garrett and his team are billing, ordering tests for, and/or not responding to me this way, then I have to assume they are doing the same for other patients, and that is not an okay way to do business. In fact, it is a horrible way to do business, and the only resolve I have is sharing my experience so others hopefully don't go and have the same - because, what resolve I won't have is with what money I've lost and what toenail remains an issue.
    - Corinne G.
  • F
    Smith, Dr. Melissa
    I would not recommend Dr. Smith as a foot surgeon. She performed bunion surgery, and six months later I continue to have enduring pain and swelling, have not been able to resume normal activities, and have a noticeable scar. When I first approached Dr. Smith about these complications, she thought they stemmed from an allergic reaction to the sutures. I then saw a dermatologist, who ruled out this diagnosis. I saw Dr. Smith again, who said she had no idea what could be causing my issue. I then got opinions from two different podiatrists who quickly identified greater-than-normal flexibility in my foot, something Dr. Smith had never noted. This flexibility put excess strain on the incision, resulting in slow healing, long-term swelling, and a large scar. Dr. Smith had cleared me to resume normal activity and footwear, but these doctors agreed I should have been avoiding activity and wearing specialized shoes. They believed the surgical procedure Dr. Smith chose was not optimal, and another procedure would likely have had better results. Finally, X-rays showed that Dr. Smith's surgery did not fully correct my bunion, and I may need surgery again. I chose to have surgery so that I could be more active with less pain. Months later I can't hike or run, and walking is a challenge. By the time this ordeal is over, I likely will have put my life on hold for almost a year, and I might still need another surgery. I regret trusting Dr. Smith.
    - Jennifer K.
  • A
    Adamson, Dr. Annik
    As always the admin staff greeted me and quickly took me back. Usually there is a short wait but I don't think I have ever been seen later than my appointment time. It is a very smoothly run office. I went down my list of concerns with Dr. Adamson. She shaved my corn. She suggested repairing rather than replacing my orthotics, they were still supportive but the top layer was peeling off ( a cost savings!). She also examined my slightly swollen ankle. Showed me how to wrap it in an ace bandage and told me how to treat it for the next 2 weeks (anti-inflamatorries and support) and to return if it didn't improve. I was out of the office 25 minutes after my appointment time. She answered all my questions (including other foot issues that I wondered about). She is thorough and always reasonable/practical in her approach.
    - Jean C.
  • A
    Smith, Dr. Melissa
    Surgery went very well and I appreciated her dedicated attention both before and after surgery. She was very explicit in telling me what she needed to do and why.  Follow-up appointments were easy to make and she took as much time as needed to explain things and address any issues.  Dr. Smith is very pleasant and "down to earth".  I never felt rushed or pressured to leave her office.  Being a little older, healing takes time but everything is working out great.
    - Paula S.
  • C
    Alexandria Podiatry Associates
    Initially Dr. Rolle was very personable with a very competent manner and provided an explanation of the treatment. The treatment she offerred, and no other options were discussed with me, was application of an anti cancer cream to the wart. After the first application, I had a high fever and chills for a few hours. I thought I had left the treatment on too long and misunderstood the directions for the first application at home. My foot was extremely painful( couldn't tolerate a shoe or bear weight on my foot) for about 24 hours and then the pain subsided. The medication tended to give me extreme inflammation. After hours office calls to the MD incur a 50 dollar fee I believe I remember so I did not call to report my symptoms. I am an RN so I figured what damage was done wasn't life threatening and could be dealt with during business hours. Dr. Rolle said my fever and chills were probably due to an allergic reaction to tape because I said I sometimes get a rash from bandaids left on for more than 20 minutes. The treatment consisted of an application of the cream once a week and sometimes an acid. Each week or two she had me come into the office to remove dead skin and reapply the anti cancer med or acid. After each application, my foot was really painful. It hurt more than it did before I went to the doctor. The every week or two treatments continued for more than 3 months until I had paid over 500 dollars in copays and my foot was hurting worse than before. Dr. Rolle seemed to grow impatient and critical with me and I felt exasperated. Each time she said the wart was not gone and needed another treatment. I just finally stopped going. I gave my foot a break for awhile and then used the cream some and some over the counter salicylic acid. I could remove the dead skin myself. It has now been almost a year since I first went. There isn't a wart there anymore and I have most of the callous that surrounded it removed with over the counter treatment. The experience left me feeling sorry that the experience was not what I expected. I did feel once I started questioning, that the doctor was defensive and minimized my concerns.
    - Michele W.
  • A
    Clifton Foot and Ankle Center
    Dr. Kenneth Wilhelm is a wonderful podiatrist. He is warm, friendly, and skilled. He always seems pleased that you came to see him, and indeed, I have followed him from his practice in Alexandria to this new solo practice in Gainesville, even though it's 40 miles farther. He takes time with his patients, remembers details about their lives, and is always upbeat. He is also fluent in Spanish. His office staff is also very nice, and waiting time is minimal. I highly recommend him!
    - Betsy S.
  • A
    Graziano, Dr. Jeffrey L
    I saw Dr. Graziano at his office on Little River Turnpike. The office itself is not the nicest, but Dr. Graziano was great. I saw him about 3 times and he solved the issues I was having with my feet. I will see him again if anything else comes up with my feet.
    - Marcy S.
  • A
    Resnick, Dr. Richard
    Dr. Resnick has been my foot doctor for a long time. I had problems last year with my left foot and he was able to take x-rays and tell me I have a heal spur and plantar fasciitis. He fitted me for orthotics and he also recommended a night splint. It feels so much better after about 9 months of wearing the orthotics. I would highly recommend him to anyone.
    - Tara M.
  • A
    Gilmore, Dr. Leland T
    On this visit to Mt Vernon office I was greeted by pleasant and professional staff. After completing the required paperwork, I was taken to exam room and had blood pressure and review of medical history performed by the doctor's assistant.
    Dr arrived shortly after and examined my feet. Immediately diagnosed problem and prescribed treatment. I can not believe improvement after only two days! I'm sorry I didn't go to him earlier.
    - Michael L.
  • A
    Kaas, Dr. Hoa M.
    OMG. I had to wait a little bit in the office; I am perfectly fine with that as long as it's a reasonable wait. I also had to wait two weeks to get an appointment,which again is not a problem,but some people want a provider to be available on demand.
    Dr Haas has a wonderful personality but what is more important is that after snapping an xray, she found an old fracture that had been missed by another doctor on multiple occasions and the ER (altho it is POSSIBLE that it occurred after the ER, I strongly doubt it.
    She gave me a quick cortisone shot, and showed me some other issues with my foot,and I will follow up in two weeks.
    I am so impressed at her skill and knowledge and felt like I was truly in the best hands possible.,and will continue to be.
    I will post an update.

    - Marsha W.
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    6505 Briggs Rd
    Warrenton, Virginia