Sports Medicine North

★★★★☆

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Dr. Jeremy Shore is an extremely skilled spinal orthopedic surgeon. He has performed two surgical procedures for my elderly mother. One was a 8 hour cervical procedure that she survived and was able to walk freely without pain. He is not only a great surgeon but also a very kind, gentle and patient person!!! He is always respectful to my mom as well as me, her daughter and advocate.I would trust him 100% with my family and myself if ever needed.

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Dr. Jeremy Shore is an extremely skilled spinal orthopedic surgeon. He has performed two surgical procedures for my elderly mother. One was a 8 hour cervical procedure that she survived and was able to walk freely without pain. He is not only a great surgeon but also a very kind, gentle and patient person!!! He is always respectful to my mom as well as me, her daughter and advocate.I would trust him 100% with my family and myself if ever needed.

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I have seen 4 of the physicians at Sports Medicine North and have had surgery with three. Of the four, three have been terrific and one has been terrible. I'll fill you in on the good ones first.

Jonathan Uroskie is a hand surgeon. Mention his name to another physician and you're likely to get an approving nod. He is well respected among his peers. He will also take the time to listen and explain. I've had to call him with questions later and he has always been nice about it.

Robert Wood specializes in surgery to the lower extremities. Nice man. He is quite patient with questions and reassuring at all the right times. Good sense of humor as well. He took my pain seriously and has worked to relieve it.

Clay Miller is the physiatrist on staff. I mistakenly thought my 8 appt was at 9. He juggled his appt to see me anyway because I needed testing with him before I could be cleared for an upcoming surgery. Really, really nice man.

...and then there's David Fehnel who really should have gone into research or pathology so he wouldn't have to deal with us onerous live people. I think he did a good surgery but his care left a lot to be desired. He has no tolerance for questions or comments. He is more concerned with his issue of recognizing drug-seeking addicts than addressing his patient's post-surgical pain. Apparently, he thought 4-5 days of pain pills for rotator cuff surgery was quite enough and was unhappy when I wanted more. I came to refer to him as "Dr. Pr--k. His thing is to send a PA in first and then run into the room, do a quick verbal vomit of what he wishes to say and then run out again. I didn't appreciate it.

Despite 3 terrific doctors at Sports Medicine North, I can only give the practice a satisfactory rating because of the one thoroughly rotten apple.

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I have seen 4 of the physicians at Sports Medicine North and have had surgery with three. Of the four, three have been terrific and one has been terrible. I'll fill you in on the good ones first.

Jonathan Uroskie is a hand surgeon. Mention his name to another physician and you're likely to get an approving nod. He is well respected among his peers. He will also take the time to listen and explain. I've had to call him with questions later and he has always been nice about it.

Robert Wood specializes in surgery to the lower extremities. Nice man. He is quite patient with questions and reassuring at all the right times. Good sense of humor as well. He took my pain seriously and has worked to relieve it.

Clay Miller is the physiatrist on staff. I mistakenly thought my 8 appt was at 9. He juggled his appt to see me anyway because I needed testing with him before I could be cleared for an upcoming surgery. Really, really nice man.

...and then there's David Fehnel who really should have gone into research or pathology so he wouldn't have to deal with us onerous live people. I think he did a good surgery but his care left a lot to be desired. He has no tolerance for questions or comments. He is more concerned with his issue of recognizing drug-seeking addicts than addressing his patient's post-surgical pain. Apparently, he thought 4-5 days of pain pills for rotator cuff surgery was quite enough and was unhappy when I wanted more. I came to refer to him as "Dr. Pr--k. His thing is to send a PA in first and then run into the room, do a quick verbal vomit of what he wishes to say and then run out again. I didn't appreciate it.

Despite 3 terrific doctors at Sports Medicine North, I can only give the practice a satisfactory rating because of the one thoroughly rotten apple.

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