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Orthopedic reviews in Arlington

  • A
    Advanced Spine and Pain
    Great. The only problem is that sometimes the office runs behind (you have to plan on waiting because they care about spending the right amount of time with patients when the patients have complicated issues)
    - Hildie B.
  • A
    Annunziata, Dr. Christopher C.
    I cannot say enough good things about this doctor -- he was excellent both in terms of his treatment and his bedside manner. He referred me to a great physical therapist, too, one suited to my need exactly.
    - Elaina N.
  • C
    Ortho Virginia
    First,it took the technician 15 minutes to input three facts into the computer,He then announced that I would be having a hip x-ray,which I immediately declined because a) I knew I had a back problem and b) the doctor hadn't seen me yet, Dr Gladnick came in and barely took my history and started the exam after which he said I likely had a pinched nerve and that an injection might be helpful. I protested that I had only had the pain for 48 hrs and that was a bit premature. So he suggested I do "some stretches" and when I asked for more info,he was very vague. I later sent a message through their patient portal for more specific info and never got a response. (I subsequently went to a physical therapist,on my own, who promptly identified the target issue as being a hyperflexible lumbosacral spine and gave me some exercise to do,
    - Marsha W.
  • A
    Nirschl Orthopedic Center
    Excellent. I was seen by DR. Paik in part because he does accept Medicare and Tricare patients. I was a bit concerned that I might not get the same attention from him because of the discounted reimbursement from these programs. However, that concern was unfounded and Dr. Paik spent a lot of time with me trying to diagnose the issue and did not hesitate to request Xrays and a MRI to get to the root of the injury. Upon review of the results he carefully explained all of the findings from the MRI by pointing out areas of interest on the MRI images and his conclusion. He recommended a cortisone shot in the affected area since surgery was not warranted (provided in his office). So I was very pleased with his services and his support staff.
    - Paula S.
  • D
    Commonwealth Orthopaedics
    I have never had a worse experience with a doctor's office than this before. My father was injured at work and needed immediate attention. After going to the ER we looked into OrthoVirginia because of its convenient location and since his children must translate for him.
    They refused to book an appointment until the workman's compensation adjustor authorized it, despite our repeated offers to pay out of pocket or to use our own private insurance. In fact, we were told quite disingenuously, that it was "illegal" for them to see him until the workers' comp claim number was provided. I later called the Workers' Compensation Commission and told that was false.
    Eventually after several days of effort, while trying to find another doctor, we were able to finally see a doctor. While his assessment and treatment were adequate, what happened next was not.
    Dr. Zimmer refused to see my father while he was in the office for a followup when my father said that pain had spread up the side of his leg near the injured area. Dr. Zimmer said once again, the limitations of the insurance were such that he was limited to the only the original injured area.
    Now, we are looking to switch doctors, but are told our medical records will cost "an unknown" amount, since they outsource that service and can take two weeks.
    Save your time and money! Find someone else. Atrocious, money-centered folks. Don't believe their website about being "patient-oriented."

    - James T.
  • A
    Nirschl Orthopedic Center
    Treatment:  As I had already tried anti-inflammatory meds and muscle relaxers, Dr Nirschl recommended a cortisone / Novocaine injection.  It took a couple days but it worked and I haven't had any difficulties since that time.
    Billing:  My only critcism is how they billed the service, which they are well within their rights to do.  However I'm having to pay out of pocket an unexpected amount (beyond the copay) because they billed the injection as "outpatient surgery".  Had I been numbed up and cut in anyway, I'd agree with the treatment code.  However I'm having trouble seeing how getting a shot qualifies as surgery in any way.
    Regardless,   I would absolutely return to him should I need treatment.
    - Amy F.
  • A
    Nirschl Orthopedic Center
    After total knee replacement surgery by Dr. Wellborn of Nirschl orthopedics on 2/25/14. I was able to  serve myself at a buffet one week after surgery, with no cane!I  I was cleared to drive nine days after surgery. I'm very  close to normal now (10/3/14).
    - Melvin R.
  • A
    Nirschl Orthopedic Center
    I thought they did a wonderful job at Nirschal. Easy to get in, nice staff, easy billing and good results. Only complaint you see a lot of different people - would be nice to have one consistent person to work with. However, would highly recommend them.
    - Michael S.
  • A
    Commonwealth Orthopaedics
    Analysis of the problem went well, initially some off the shelf inserts for my shoes were recommend and an anti inflammatory.
    Follow up exams showed improvement but not resolution so I had an MRI and had custom orthotics prepared.
    Since then the tendinitis has been subsiding.
    - Jonathan A.
  • D
    Cuttica, Dr. Daniel J.
    While Dr. Cuttica correctly diagnosed my problem, he failed to use an ultrasound to find the neuroma's exact location, relying instead on simple x-rays. As a result, Dr. Cuttica did the surgery in the wrong location, between the second and third toes, rather than between the third and fourth toes. He not only did not find or remove my neuroma, he did unnecessary work on healthy tissue including the needless shortening of my second toe. While recuperating from my surgery, I soon realized that I still had my original painful problem, plus additional pain and numbness from the surgery. When we discussed this, I do not believe that Dr. Cuttica was entirely honest with me. After months of painful, useless therapy and seeing a neurologist for heavy duty pain medication, I went to a second foot and ankle specialist who immediately found my neuroma, confirming his findings with an ultrasound. My new doctor successfully removed the Morton's neuroma. Now, the only problems that I have are related to Dr. Cuttica's botched surgery. I would certainly recommend getting a second opinion before allowing Dr. Cuttica to surgically treat a neuroma.
    - Andrew H.
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