Sports Medicine At Chelsea

★★★☆☆
  • 22 W 21ST St

    New York, NY 10010

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  • 212-366-5100

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Horrible service. When I first called to make an appointment to get travel vaccine they made it seem like they will do everything to make it convenient for me. I had given them my insurance information and they said they will call for me and make sure that my insurance covers everything for me. Once I got there they were very pushy for me to take vaccines that I didn't even need especially Dr. Degenhardst. I ended up just taking the typhoid pills and Hep A vaccine since I was traveling to Thailand. I made them call my insurance for the second time while I was at the office before taking anything that my insurance covers everything. They had reassured me once again that yes everything is covered at 100%. After 3 weeks they billed me and told me that no my insurance did not cover everything. They lied to me while I was at the office about my insurance telling them that it is covered just to get service out of me. TOTALLY FRAUD. AVOID THIS OFFICE.

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★☆☆☆☆

Horrible service. When I first called to make an appointment to get travel vaccine they made it seem like they will do everything to make it convenient for me. I had given them my insurance information and they said they will call for me and make sure that my insurance covers everything for me. Once I got there they were very pushy for me to take vaccines that I didn't even need especially Dr. Degenhardst. I ended up just taking the typhoid pills and Hep A vaccine since I was traveling to Thailand. I made them call my insurance for the second time while I was at the office before taking anything that my insurance covers everything. They had reassured me once again that yes everything is covered at 100%. After 3 weeks they billed me and told me that no my insurance did not cover everything. They lied to me while I was at the office about my insurance telling them that it is covered just to get service out of me. TOTALLY FRAUD. AVOID THIS OFFICE.

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I can't describe how frustrated and disappointed I have been with my experience at Sports Medicine at Chelsea. I not only feel like I wasted a lot of time and money getting very bad treatment but I also think the staff is more interested

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★★★★★

I can't describe how frustrated and disappointed I have been with my experience at Sports Medicine at Chelsea. I not only feel like I wasted a lot of time and money getting very bad treatment but I also think the staff is more interested

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Terrible staff. Dr Stark has numerous malpractice lawsuits pending against him. This place is a joke go here if you want to get worse.

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★★★★★

Terrible staff. Dr Stark has numerous malpractice lawsuits pending against him. This place is a joke go here if you want to get worse.

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The doctor offered to have his student see me and I refused. So I had to wait about an hour. f(Same thing happened to a friend I recommended to see Dr. Stark for a foot problem.) He was not very friendly and didn't explain very well what my condition was. Consultation felt very rushed.
The 3 sessions I had for physical therapy were spent taping my knee and I was given instructions for exercises with weights for my legs. Having practiced sports for almost 20 years I've had physical therapy several times for different conditions. Usually they work with you to show you how to do the exercises correctly. This time the therapist didn't show me how to do the weight exercises. Just gave me a series of pictures and asked me to write down the reps and sets that I needed to do by myself in the gym. Another session was spent showing me how to tape my knee and then it was over! I won't recommend this place ever again.

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★☆☆☆☆

The doctor offered to have his student see me and I refused. So I had to wait about an hour. f(Same thing happened to a friend I recommended to see Dr. Stark for a foot problem.) He was not very friendly and didn't explain very well what my condition was. Consultation felt very rushed.
The 3 sessions I had for physical therapy were spent taping my knee and I was given instructions for exercises with weights for my legs. Having practiced sports for almost 20 years I've had physical therapy several times for different conditions. Usually they work with you to show you how to do the exercises correctly. This time the therapist didn't show me how to do the weight exercises. Just gave me a series of pictures and asked me to write down the reps and sets that I needed to do by myself in the gym. Another session was spent showing me how to tape my knee and then it was over! I won't recommend this place ever again.

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I would avoid this place. I am never going back. Dr. Stark is not exactly charming, but it was the physical therapy... I went three times, and every time it was like the first appointment: he had no idea what my problem was, he had no idea where the pain was, he told me the exact same exercises to do, he had me go through the exact same motions... and all with this "Aha! NOW I've found the problem!" tone. I honestly don't know how they do it with a straight face. Finally, it was a matter of asking myself if I wanted to just keep throwing away time and money.

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★☆☆☆☆

I would avoid this place. I am never going back. Dr. Stark is not exactly charming, but it was the physical therapy... I went three times, and every time it was like the first appointment: he had no idea what my problem was, he had no idea where the pain was, he told me the exact same exercises to do, he had me go through the exact same motions... and all with this "Aha! NOW I've found the problem!" tone. I honestly don't know how they do it with a straight face. Finally, it was a matter of asking myself if I wanted to just keep throwing away time and money.

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I would avoid this place. I am never going back. Dr. Stark is not exactly charming, but it was the physical therapy... I went three times, and every time it was like the first appointment: he had no idea what my problem was, he had no idea where the pain was, he told me the exact same exercises to do, he had me go through the exact same motions... and all with this "Aha! NOW I've found the problem!" tone. I honestly don't know how they do it with a straight face. Finally, it was a matter of asking myself if I wanted to just keep throwing away time and money. I would go to anyone else.

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★☆☆☆☆

I would avoid this place. I am never going back. Dr. Stark is not exactly charming, but it was the physical therapy... I went three times, and every time it was like the first appointment: he had no idea what my problem was, he had no idea where the pain was, he told me the exact same exercises to do, he had me go through the exact same motions... and all with this "Aha! NOW I've found the problem!" tone. I honestly don't know how they do it with a straight face. Finally, it was a matter of asking myself if I wanted to just keep throwing away time and money. I would go to anyone else.

Pros: Convenient Location

Cons: Waste of time and money

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Dr. Stark is an outstanding primary and sports medicine doctor. It's amazing how knowledgeable he is when it comes to my sports injuries (I'm a marathon runner and used to be a gymnast) and when I feel sick over the winter. He is so patient and sits with me whenever I come to him with a new problem. He just doesn't just rush me or give me an injection if I don't need it. I used to go to another sports medicine doctor who could always just inject me with cortisone which I hated! However, he is one of the very few in the area who takes a more natural approach and does prolotherapy and PRP injections which have worked so well on my knee. I've gone to his therapists for pt and have seen amazing results. I would definitely recommend Dr. Stark if you're looking for a caring, compassionate and skilled physician.

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★★★★★

Dr. Stark is an outstanding primary and sports medicine doctor. It's amazing how knowledgeable he is when it comes to my sports injuries (I'm a marathon runner and used to be a gymnast) and when I feel sick over the winter. He is so patient and sits with me whenever I come to him with a new problem. He just doesn't just rush me or give me an injection if I don't need it. I used to go to another sports medicine doctor who could always just inject me with cortisone which I hated! However, he is one of the very few in the area who takes a more natural approach and does prolotherapy and PRP injections which have worked so well on my knee. I've gone to his therapists for pt and have seen amazing results. I would definitely recommend Dr. Stark if you're looking for a caring, compassionate and skilled physician.

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When I googled Dr. Stark's name to write a review, I was shocked to read these negative reviews. I have never been to a doctor who has spent more time with me and really listened to my concerns. I have had lower back issues for years and he is the first one to tell me that it's not a herniated disc. I've been going to him for PRP treatments. He's one of the few doctors in NYC to do this and while I still need to do some strengthening exercises on my own, his care has put me on the right track.

I love that I can go to his office for all my needs. He is an outstanding primary doctor as well and has diagnosed my sore throats, ear aches, etc. He's not one to give antibiotics just for the heck of it, which I like. Aran Degenhardt is the other doctor in the office and he does travel medicine, which is convenient since I do travel a lot. His physical therapists are very well trained as well and go beyond the typical heat and stym.

I would highly recommend all the doctors and therapists at Sports Medicine at Chelsea.

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★★★★★

When I googled Dr. Stark's name to write a review, I was shocked to read these negative reviews. I have never been to a doctor who has spent more time with me and really listened to my concerns. I have had lower back issues for years and he is the first one to tell me that it's not a herniated disc. I've been going to him for PRP treatments. He's one of the few doctors in NYC to do this and while I still need to do some strengthening exercises on my own, his care has put me on the right track.

I love that I can go to his office for all my needs. He is an outstanding primary doctor as well and has diagnosed my sore throats, ear aches, etc. He's not one to give antibiotics just for the heck of it, which I like. Aran Degenhardt is the other doctor in the office and he does travel medicine, which is convenient since I do travel a lot. His physical therapists are very well trained as well and go beyond the typical heat and stym.

I would highly recommend all the doctors and therapists at Sports Medicine at Chelsea.

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Stark was condescending and barely ever looked me in the eye. He would not let me even finish a sentence. He just kept typing on his computer as I was talking to him. I get that he was entering my information into the database or whatever, but it was just rude and dismissive.
I tried to explain my past injury to him but he didn't listen, then later asked me questions about things I had already told him earlier, but he acted like it was the first time he was hearing it. For some stupid reason i went back to him a few months later, and got so frustrated at how little he listened to me that I started tearing up. I'm more mad at myself that I even went back. I hate giving bad reviews like this, but my experience with him was so so so so negative. He acted like I shouldn't be talking, even though I'm the one who has been living with this knee for 30 years.

it took me over 48 hours to get a question answered from him, and I had to keep calling his staff back over and over. I could not believe how unprofessional they were.

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★☆☆☆☆

Stark was condescending and barely ever looked me in the eye. He would not let me even finish a sentence. He just kept typing on his computer as I was talking to him. I get that he was entering my information into the database or whatever, but it was just rude and dismissive.
I tried to explain my past injury to him but he didn't listen, then later asked me questions about things I had already told him earlier, but he acted like it was the first time he was hearing it. For some stupid reason i went back to him a few months later, and got so frustrated at how little he listened to me that I started tearing up. I'm more mad at myself that I even went back. I hate giving bad reviews like this, but my experience with him was so so so so negative. He acted like I shouldn't be talking, even though I'm the one who has been living with this knee for 30 years.

it took me over 48 hours to get a question answered from him, and I had to keep calling his staff back over and over. I could not believe how unprofessional they were.

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I was not too happy with the long wait (45 minutes after my scheduled appointment) or the patronizing attitude of Dr. Cliff Stark. He literally instructed me to cough into my elbow at least 3 times and also told me to not talk during our visit. When I asked him instructions on how to use the inhaler he prescribed, his reply was that the pharmacy would show me. Eventually he begrudingly told me the basics. But made it clear he did not have time for instructions. And I got the feeling that he really did not know what he was doing in terms of diagnosing the lingering effects of swine flu. He is most likely really a sports medicine person trying to make some extra bucks seeing patients for general care. Oh - and by the way - the office tried to charge me a $50 co-payment! My insurance is for a $20 co-payment but they claimed Dr. Stark was a specialist. I told them I never had to pay more than $20 and they immediately agreed this was fine since I was seeing him for primary care. So I have a feeling they were trying to eek out extra money illegally. I went once before to this practice and just loved the other doctor - Aran. It is a shame he works for such an arrogant owner.

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★☆☆☆☆

I was not too happy with the long wait (45 minutes after my scheduled appointment) or the patronizing attitude of Dr. Cliff Stark. He literally instructed me to cough into my elbow at least 3 times and also told me to not talk during our visit. When I asked him instructions on how to use the inhaler he prescribed, his reply was that the pharmacy would show me. Eventually he begrudingly told me the basics. But made it clear he did not have time for instructions. And I got the feeling that he really did not know what he was doing in terms of diagnosing the lingering effects of swine flu. He is most likely really a sports medicine person trying to make some extra bucks seeing patients for general care. Oh - and by the way - the office tried to charge me a $50 co-payment! My insurance is for a $20 co-payment but they claimed Dr. Stark was a specialist. I told them I never had to pay more than $20 and they immediately agreed this was fine since I was seeing him for primary care. So I have a feeling they were trying to eek out extra money illegally. I went once before to this practice and just loved the other doctor - Aran. It is a shame he works for such an arrogant owner.

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This is just an awful place:
-Overbilled my insurance - billed for something they didnt do - I had to spend HOURS on the phone with my insurance sorting this out
-Didnt return my calls when I inquired about the services they billed for
-Waited 8 months after my last session before the bill finally came - and I had to deal with my insurance all over again
-When the bill came, there was no address of where to send payment
-The physical therapist - Patrick - didn't know my name after 6 visits (went to physical therapy 2x/week)
-Dr. Stark was just unprofessional!

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★☆☆☆☆

This is just an awful place:
-Overbilled my insurance - billed for something they didnt do - I had to spend HOURS on the phone with my insurance sorting this out
-Didnt return my calls when I inquired about the services they billed for
-Waited 8 months after my last session before the bill finally came - and I had to deal with my insurance all over again
-When the bill came, there was no address of where to send payment
-The physical therapist - Patrick - didn't know my name after 6 visits (went to physical therapy 2x/week)
-Dr. Stark was just unprofessional!

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This visit to Clifford Stark was such a waste of time and so disappointing. I'll start with the worst first. I have had an injury to the back of my leg for 2 months. At no point was there any bruising or tenderness to the touch. Dr. Stark repeatedly pressed on it with such force, even after I pulled away- that a couple of hours later it was bruised, swollen, and tender to the touch. Like I said it was never like that before and I did nothing in the two hours following the appointment. His rough handling of my injury made it worse! What happened to "first do no harm"? Aren't they teaching that in med school anymore? I am not the type to play the victim but I feel abused and violated. And now I'll have to wonder if going to the doctor is going to make it take longer to heal.
On top of that, after all that pressing and probing he was not able to give me a diagnosis.
This last point seems insignificant in comparison, but I was also surprised that he kept me waiting before the appointment while having a loud and obviously-not-urgent conversation with a co-worker. I was thinking, wow he must know I can hear this! Am I waiting for an inattentive cashier at Duane Reade or this a Doctor? But I thought, hey if he knows his stuff I don't care if he's off putting.
In retrospect that was the first clue that this guy is not here for me but for himself.
The only redeeming thing is that he did spend a lot time listening and talking. But the fact that he caused further injury and wasn't even able to diagnose the problem sort of makes that a moot point.
Disappointing.

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★☆☆☆☆

This visit to Clifford Stark was such a waste of time and so disappointing. I'll start with the worst first. I have had an injury to the back of my leg for 2 months. At no point was there any bruising or tenderness to the touch. Dr. Stark repeatedly pressed on it with such force, even after I pulled away- that a couple of hours later it was bruised, swollen, and tender to the touch. Like I said it was never like that before and I did nothing in the two hours following the appointment. His rough handling of my injury made it worse! What happened to "first do no harm"? Aren't they teaching that in med school anymore? I am not the type to play the victim but I feel abused and violated. And now I'll have to wonder if going to the doctor is going to make it take longer to heal.
On top of that, after all that pressing and probing he was not able to give me a diagnosis.
This last point seems insignificant in comparison, but I was also surprised that he kept me waiting before the appointment while having a loud and obviously-not-urgent conversation with a co-worker. I was thinking, wow he must know I can hear this! Am I waiting for an inattentive cashier at Duane Reade or this a Doctor? But I thought, hey if he knows his stuff I don't care if he's off putting.
In retrospect that was the first clue that this guy is not here for me but for himself.
The only redeeming thing is that he did spend a lot time listening and talking. But the fact that he caused further injury and wasn't even able to diagnose the problem sort of makes that a moot point.
Disappointing.

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This visit to Clifford Stark was such a waste of time and so disappointing. I'll start with the worst first. I have had an injury to the back of my leg for 2 months. At no point was there any bruising or tenderness to the touch. Dr. Stark repeatedly pressed on it with such force, even after I pulled away- that a couple of hours later it was bruised, swollen, and tender to the touch. Like I said it was never like that before and I did nothing in the two hours following the appointment. His rough handling of my injury made it worse! What happened to "first do no harm"? Aren't they teaching that in med school anymore? I am not the type to play the victim but I feel abused and violated. And now I'll have to wonder if going to the doctor is going to make it take longer to heal.
On top of that, after all that pressing and probing he was not able to give me a diagnosis.
This last point seems insignificant in comparison, but I was also surprised that he kept me waiting before the appointment while having a loud and obviously-not-urgent conversation with a co-worker. I was thinking, wow he must know I can hear this! Am I waiting for an inattentive cashier at Duane Reade or this a Doctor? But I thought, hey if he knows his stuff I don't care if he's off putting.
In retrospect that was the first clue that this guy is not here for me but for himself.
The only redeeming thing is that he did spend a lot time listening and talking. But the fact that he caused further injury and wasn't even able to diagnose the problem sort of makes that a moot point.
Disappointing.

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★☆☆☆☆

This visit to Clifford Stark was such a waste of time and so disappointing. I'll start with the worst first. I have had an injury to the back of my leg for 2 months. At no point was there any bruising or tenderness to the touch. Dr. Stark repeatedly pressed on it with such force, even after I pulled away- that a couple of hours later it was bruised, swollen, and tender to the touch. Like I said it was never like that before and I did nothing in the two hours following the appointment. His rough handling of my injury made it worse! What happened to "first do no harm"? Aren't they teaching that in med school anymore? I am not the type to play the victim but I feel abused and violated. And now I'll have to wonder if going to the doctor is going to make it take longer to heal.
On top of that, after all that pressing and probing he was not able to give me a diagnosis.
This last point seems insignificant in comparison, but I was also surprised that he kept me waiting before the appointment while having a loud and obviously-not-urgent conversation with a co-worker. I was thinking, wow he must know I can hear this! Am I waiting for an inattentive cashier at Duane Reade or this a Doctor? But I thought, hey if he knows his stuff I don't care if he's off putting.
In retrospect that was the first clue that this guy is not here for me but for himself.
The only redeeming thing is that he did spend a lot time listening and talking. But the fact that he caused further injury and wasn't even able to diagnose the problem sort of makes that a moot point.
Disappointing.

Pros: Spends a lot of time with you

Cons: Infilcted further injury, no diagnosis, kept waiting

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This visit to Clifford Stark was such a waste of time and so disappointing. I'll start with the worst first. I have had an injury to the back of my leg for 2 months. At no point was there any bruising or tenderness to the touch. Dr. Stark repeatedly pressed on it with such force, even after I pulled away- that a couple of hours later it was bruised, swollen, and tender to the touch. Like I said it was never like that before and I did nothing in the two hours following the appointment. His rough handling of my injury made it worse! What happened to "first do no harm"? Aren't they teaching that in med school anymore? I am not the type to play the victim but I feel abused and violated. And now I'll have to wonder if going to the doctor is going to make it take longer to heal.
On top of that, after all that pressing and probing he was not able to give me a diagnosis.
This last point seems insignificant in comparison, but I was also surprised that he kept me waiting before the appointment while having a loud and obviously-not-urgent conversation with a co-worker. I was thinking, wow he must know I can hear this! Am waiting for an inattentive cashier at Duane Reade or this a Doctor? But I thought, hey if he knows his stuff I don't care if he's off putting.
I retrospect that was the first clue that this guy is not here for me but for him self.
The only redeeming thing is that he did spend a lot time listening and talking. But the fact that he caused further injury and wasn't even able to diagnosis the problem sort of makes that a moot point.
Disappointing.

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★☆☆☆☆

This visit to Clifford Stark was such a waste of time and so disappointing. I'll start with the worst first. I have had an injury to the back of my leg for 2 months. At no point was there any bruising or tenderness to the touch. Dr. Stark repeatedly pressed on it with such force, even after I pulled away- that a couple of hours later it was bruised, swollen, and tender to the touch. Like I said it was never like that before and I did nothing in the two hours following the appointment. His rough handling of my injury made it worse! What happened to "first do no harm"? Aren't they teaching that in med school anymore? I am not the type to play the victim but I feel abused and violated. And now I'll have to wonder if going to the doctor is going to make it take longer to heal.
On top of that, after all that pressing and probing he was not able to give me a diagnosis.
This last point seems insignificant in comparison, but I was also surprised that he kept me waiting before the appointment while having a loud and obviously-not-urgent conversation with a co-worker. I was thinking, wow he must know I can hear this! Am waiting for an inattentive cashier at Duane Reade or this a Doctor? But I thought, hey if he knows his stuff I don't care if he's off putting.
I retrospect that was the first clue that this guy is not here for me but for him self.
The only redeeming thing is that he did spend a lot time listening and talking. But the fact that he caused further injury and wasn't even able to diagnosis the problem sort of makes that a moot point.
Disappointing.

Pros: Spends a lot of time with you

Cons: Infilcted further injury, no diagnosis, kept waiting

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I have been to a ton of doctors over the years for my lower back pain. Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, other Sports Medicine Doctors, and no one has ever come even close to diagnosing my problem and treating it. I had been to a sports medicine practice on the east side around 40th street and it was awful! The doctor was clearly out solely for my money. Dr. Stark, however, is an amazing doctor who truly cares about his patients. He will spend an hour with you, to make sure he knows exactly what is going on and bothering you. His exam is so thorough and he is extremely intelligent. So many times I wanted to throw in the towel and go for surgery, but after he explained what is going on in my back, I started working with his physical therapists, who are also highly trained and much more thorough than ones I've been to in the past. They actually did a lot of exercises and strengthening as opposed to just putting on some ice and stim. I've also started with prolotherapy injections for my back. What I really liked about Dr. Stark was that he did not push the injections, but rather took a more conservative approach at first. I was very hesitant to get injections in my back, but as soon as he began, I knew he knew exactly what he was doing and he put my mind at ease.

His office is really nice and his staff most helpful. Plus, in addition to Dr. Stark, there is another doctor, Dr. Degenhardt, who specializes in travel and integrative medicine. I travel a lot, and it's great to know there is a doctor who can tell me exactly what I need for when I'm in other countries. I've also spoken with him about the possibility of acupuncture for my back, since he does that as well.

Overall, I love Sports Medicine at Chelsea because I can go to one office for practically all of my needs. I've gone there when I'm sick as well because they are both primary doctors in addition to their specialties. I can't say enough good things about the whole practice!!

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★★★★★

I have been to a ton of doctors over the years for my lower back pain. Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, other Sports Medicine Doctors, and no one has ever come even close to diagnosing my problem and treating it. I had been to a sports medicine practice on the east side around 40th street and it was awful! The doctor was clearly out solely for my money. Dr. Stark, however, is an amazing doctor who truly cares about his patients. He will spend an hour with you, to make sure he knows exactly what is going on and bothering you. His exam is so thorough and he is extremely intelligent. So many times I wanted to throw in the towel and go for surgery, but after he explained what is going on in my back, I started working with his physical therapists, who are also highly trained and much more thorough than ones I've been to in the past. They actually did a lot of exercises and strengthening as opposed to just putting on some ice and stim. I've also started with prolotherapy injections for my back. What I really liked about Dr. Stark was that he did not push the injections, but rather took a more conservative approach at first. I was very hesitant to get injections in my back, but as soon as he began, I knew he knew exactly what he was doing and he put my mind at ease.

His office is really nice and his staff most helpful. Plus, in addition to Dr. Stark, there is another doctor, Dr. Degenhardt, who specializes in travel and integrative medicine. I travel a lot, and it's great to know there is a doctor who can tell me exactly what I need for when I'm in other countries. I've also spoken with him about the possibility of acupuncture for my back, since he does that as well.

Overall, I love Sports Medicine at Chelsea because I can go to one office for practically all of my needs. I've gone there when I'm sick as well because they are both primary doctors in addition to their specialties. I can't say enough good things about the whole practice!!

Pros: outstanding staff, highly skilled, modern office, one place, many specialties

Cons: none

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There are three doctors here. I've used two of them. One is a gynecologist (Yolanda Tun-Chiong) and is who I send all of my friends to. She is very detailed, makes you feel very comfortable, and very friendly. Dr. Stark is a good sports physician who is very detailed. Physical therapy is also a good option here.

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★★★★☆

There are three doctors here. I've used two of them. One is a gynecologist (Yolanda Tun-Chiong) and is who I send all of my friends to. She is very detailed, makes you feel very comfortable, and very friendly. Dr. Stark is a good sports physician who is very detailed. Physical therapy is also a good option here.

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OMG... I been to about 100 Dr's office in my lifetime.. but none like this. First when I got there I didnt have to fill out the 550 pages of intake forms.. they have this touch screen pad that was able to tap tap and thats it. My appointment was at 10am and I was in the Dr's chair at 9:58 and out by 10:25. I have never ever seen something like this. The best part was that I had called them at 9am hoping to get an appointment for the end of the week of beginning of the next week and they girl said..." I will give you an appointment for Friday, but if you can get out of work for a little bit, I'll have you see him before his first patient today!" are you serious... and that's what happened. After talking to his staff and mentioning a future trip to Brazil, I found out that they also have a Dr. there that specializes in Travel Medicine. Nevertheless, 2 weeks later I was back there to get Yellow Fever and Hep B vaccines without a problem. They have appointments as late at 730pm and SATURDAYS... oh and by the way, they have another Dr. who does women's health (pap smears) which is great for someone like me who doesnt have kids and who is not planning on it anytime soon, she doesnt treat Obsetrics which means that its only GYN things... the office is never full and they are always available. It makes me feel so much better to know that if I need to see my Dr fast, I can.

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OMG... I been to about 100 Dr's office in my lifetime.. but none like this. First when I got there I didnt have to fill out the 550 pages of intake forms.. they have this touch screen pad that was able to tap tap and thats it. My appointment was at 10am and I was in the Dr's chair at 9:58 and out by 10:25. I have never ever seen something like this. The best part was that I had called them at 9am hoping to get an appointment for the end of the week of beginning of the next week and they girl said..." I will give you an appointment for Friday, but if you can get out of work for a little bit, I'll have you see him before his first patient today!" are you serious... and that's what happened. After talking to his staff and mentioning a future trip to Brazil, I found out that they also have a Dr. there that specializes in Travel Medicine. Nevertheless, 2 weeks later I was back there to get Yellow Fever and Hep B vaccines without a problem. They have appointments as late at 730pm and SATURDAYS... oh and by the way, they have another Dr. who does women's health (pap smears) which is great for someone like me who doesnt have kids and who is not planning on it anytime soon, she doesnt treat Obsetrics which means that its only GYN things... the office is never full and they are always available. It makes me feel so much better to know that if I need to see my Dr fast, I can.

Pros: Everything

Cons: Nothing

 

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