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  • First of all, they're pretty knowledgeable and personable. They've got a lot of Doctors, if one is available, they have 2 or 3 there, they're pretty good and I've got one procedure that they really did good.
    - Raymond B.
  • I like the short waiting lines. I don't have to wait very long for a walk in care. Generally they are nice people. They are pretty friendly and they help me out. They see me quickly and get me on my way.
    - Joseph J.
  • He usually gets me in. I had shingles. I called and described what I had. They said that I better get in there. I went in and they said what it was. They got me on the medicine immediately. He took me right in, diagnosed it and got me on the medicine. He has always been very nice.
    - Ann G.
  • Dr is very skilled with sutures. He's the best I've seen when it comes to sewing up with little to no scarring. However, he is a bit quirky and has an odd bedside manner. Lots of joking around. In fact, first time there, an intern was in the room and he chatted away with her like I was not even there. There's lots of banter/joking between staff too. Guess they like their jobs but it can seem a little unprofessional at first. But for procedure, this guy knows his stuff.
    - sarah p.
  • I think the doctor has a good reputation nationwide and he has been one of the best in his field. The surgeon I had he spoke with an accent and I think he was been better to have somebody to explain things and to have spare time for me.
    - Peter S.
  • Dr. blows in, tells me to lose weight, spends most of visit poking at the computer records screen, and talking about everything except medicine. Recommends bariatric surgery for about the tenth time and when I tell him that's not an option he says there's nothing more he can do for me, except keep me on the meds that don't weem to be working all that well.

    When I try to being up other conditions/concerns, he gives them little attention and blows them off. Seems Dr. Duncan is not interested in listening to his patients' new concerns, only in what's on the computer screen.

    He refuses to believe my description of my diet reductions which seem to have done no good in weight loss, asying that if I had really cut that many calories, I would have lost weight. That it's not possible to have gained weight if I really had cut back that much. He basically called me a liar. Without looking for other reasons for my difficulty in losing weight, he blames the patient, and says I need to exercise more. When I explained my work schedule and commute, he says to make time. When I ask him when I should sleep, he says make time. There are only so many hours in the day and as a single person, I am responsible for home upkeep, shopping, yard work, keeping a streesful job and trying to maintain some mental acuity by getting sufficient sleep to avoid dozing at my desk. He stll thinks I'm lying.

    I will be looking for a new provider. After nearly 10 years at the ThedaCare Internal Medicine practice, i've had five different doctors (they seem to have trouble keeping people on staff) and Dr. Duncan is the only one i've had for any length of time. Based on my experience over the last few years, I cannot recommend him.
    - Leon D.
  • He's a good guy.  He's knowledgeable, takes his time with you and if you have questions he's not rushing to get out of the office and to the next appointment like a lot of doctors.  He's thorough and knows his stuff.
    - Martin D.
  • Dr. Johnson was "pushing" to have me agree to a surgery which I found out later ,wasn't necessary. He wanted to do a 7 level fusion on my lower back (T10 to L5), that after getting a second and third opinion, I didn't need. My issues were resolved with a micro decompression, outpatient surgery, instead of the debilitating, life-destroying procedure he was pushing for. In addition, he ordered at least 5 cortisone injections in my lower back that were later deemed "misplaced" that gave me no relief. When I pleaded with him to see a different physiatrist, he told me "no", because they wouldn't effectively be able to communicate with his practice, which is bogus. Isn't the patient supposed to come first? (When dealing with any medical provider, request to see "Board Certification"). I have never returned and refuse to set foot in that place again. I contacted my insurance provider and let them know what was going on with this guy so that no other poor, unsuspecting patient, that maybe didn't have the nerve to say "no" to an unscrupulous doctor, doesn't end up with life destroying, unecessary surgeries. Who knows if, or how many unecessary surgeries this guy has done, and in the name of what . . . a yacht payment or a notch on the '7 level fusion" belt. Very scary, horrific to think of the consequences to the patient for his actions.
    - Kathi V.
  • As a result of this procedure, I had to undergo a hysterectomy, underwent physical therapy and I am currently on chronic pain medicine and still suffer from anal control issues, both of which, in all probability, I will have to deal with for the rest of my life. Clearly, there was nerve damage as a result of this doctor performing the procedure. Not once during the four month followup did Clark indicate that the procedure was aborted and that there may have been complications as a result. In stead, she insisted that I must be having an allergic reaction to the speculum. The operative report indicates that the liquid was cool when the procedure was aborted. My question is, how did she determine this? Was it by touch or by using an actual thermometer. Considering that there is no actual temperature noted in the operative report I'd say that she concluded that the temperature was cool by using her hand. Which in all probablity, she had a surgical glove on at the time, which of course, will not give you an actual idea as to the temperature. One more thing to think about is the fact that during our daily lives, we constantly wash our hands or wash dishes, both of which conditions our hands to handle hot temperatures. Just think, if you were to take a cup of liquid, as hot as your hands could stand it, then pour it on , let's say a more sensitive part of your body, I'd say there is a very good possiblity that you will burn yourself. My suggestion is to stay clear of Kristin Clark! In my opinion, she did not know what she was doing.
    - Marva M.
  • Poorly!! He was always in a rush, never had time, was more of a comedian than a caring doctor....didn't like his sense of humor. He let me go 2 1/2 weeks overdue!!!! (Our daughter had health issues that we had to follow up with because of this). He didn't fully deliver all of the placenta which I ended up delivering five days later and ended up getting rushed to the hospital! He also didn't sew me up right after the delivery (which caused problems with my next pregnancy).
    - Megan G.
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