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  • The part of the nail he removed has just about grown back after about 6 months and no sign of a nail fungus.
    None of the shots were painful at all but they were not very effective. There was no immediate relief after the cortisone shots or the sclerosing injections. However, after all is said and done I believe the funny feeling I had has decreased.There were many suggestions Dr. Williams had for me which all working together has made an overall difference; things like type of shoes, type of socks, OTC insoles for extra padding all have helped.
    It was all a good experience and I felt Dr. Williams did a great job. I believe something like this neuroma is hard to treat and its not a for sure thing. I will definitely go again for any foot needs.

    - John M.
  • Our experience with him went very well. It is a very great office. The people and doctor are great as well. There is absolutely no problem. He is very personable. I personally take my mom there. She is 93, and I think he deals with an elderly person quite well. He is quite friendly. He obviously does what he needs to do technically and does that well. As far as his personality and how he deals with my mother, I think it is quite good.
    - Karen W.
  • It went well at the office. However, I was not given a set of post procedure instructions which I find is a common failing among medical practitioners. As I am an elderly person giving me verbal instructions can be problematic in that I more than likely will get half a mile from the office and begin to wonder if I heard correctly or have the instructions straight. In future I will bring my wife in during and after the procedure to make sure one or both of us understand the doctor's or nurse's instructions or request written instructions.

    Sure enough I got home and, as instructed by the doctor, I removed the bandages and began to soak my feet in warm water. I became alarmed when the water began to turn red from the blood oozing from both toenails. I called the office to let them know what was going on and they assured me this was a common occurrence and what steps to take. Had I been given written instructions I would have known this was to be expected and what to do about it. Also, from time to time there is minor pain associated with the toes and now I want to know if this also is normal or I should make an appointment for another consultation.
    - WIlliam M.
  • I started seeing him in 1982 and would not change podiatrists. I continued to see him even though I moved to a different city. My appointment was very informative and he knew exactly what was wrong before he took an x-ray. It was taken and determined that I had a fractured sesamoid bone and it needed to be removed. He explained in detail what was involved in the surgery and the recovery time. He always takes into consideration the sports that I am involved in and adjusts my after-surgery instructions accordingly. In this case he decided that he would have me in a below the knee walking cast (boot) and non weight-bearing for 6 weeks. Normally, I would have been out of it sooner and able to put weight on it but he knew that it wouldn't completely heal because I would start doing too much too soon. I am always thankful after the fact that he has made these decisions because I did not have any trouble after the six weeks. He has a calm demeanor and is very personable. I would recommend him to anyone who asks.
    - Wendi T.
  • They've been exceptional to deal with. This has been an issue that's been dogging me for over a year. I called them and got an appointment right away. In terms of contacting them, timeliness, the doctor and people I've worked with, they've been very professional. They confirmed the diagnosis and treated it accordingly. They've been very professional in their treatment and follow-up.
    - Kimberly W.
  • My daughter was seen for a damaged toenail bed and potential fungus problem. After having been seen and treated for fungus ineffectively by another specialist, it was refreshing that Dr. Rice took the time to test for a fungus before treating. It turned out that there was no fungus(!) and he advised us in how to best care for the nail in the future.
    - Melody T.
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  • Dr. Rice is great, made my son feel at ease, and was excellent with the procedure.
    - Roy B.
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