Andrew M. Hutter, MD

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hutter was the worst.the only thing worse was his rude incompetent staff.he should have his lic. revoked.had right knee pain he did the surgery and now 3 months later I cant walk and its always swollen.the scheduling was a night mare. they caused me to miss alot of work that wasnt neccesary if the office staff knew what they were doing or even cared.he is a complete hack and when all said and done I have to now go to another dr. and start the whole process over again.Whew! TRUST ME DO NOT GO TO THIS BUTCHER! just today i went to a real dr. RICHARD BOIORDA. HE took a cat scan and guess what I now have to have a complete knee replacement. good job dr. hutter u HACK.3 MONTHS out of work 2 rehabs and all for nothing.A JOB WELL DONE .

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hutter was the worst.the only thing worse was his rude incompetent staff.he should have his lic. revoked.had right knee pain he did the surgery and now 3 months later I cant walk and its always swollen.the scheduling was a night mare. they caused me to miss alot of work that wasnt neccesary if the office staff knew what they were doing or even cared.he is a complete hack and when all said and done I have to now go to another dr. and start the whole process over again.Whew! TRUST ME DO NOT GO TO THIS BUTCHER! just today i went to a real dr. RICHARD BOIORDA. HE took a cat scan and guess what I now have to have a complete knee replacement. good job dr. hutter u HACK.3 MONTHS out of work 2 rehabs and all for nothing.A JOB WELL DONE .

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Before I was even seen by Dr. Hutter, I walked passed him with my 4 yr old son and he looked at me as if I had an alien with me. He gave me the body language as if he was saying, "what is she doing here with her child?" My son was sitting to the side talking to himself in a relatively low tone, very well behaved, when all of a sudden he looks at my son and shhhhhhushes him in an unfriendly way. Obviously, my son had to be with me that day or he wouldn't have been there, sorry dr. I don't have a nanny. Then at the end, he gave me the fakest smile ever. I did not feel like he cared at all. He hardly talks, and if you have any comments or questions, he clearly gives you a two word response as if you are bothering him. I do not recommend him at all. And please do not bring your child, he or she will not be welcomed... it will be evident in the body lanuage. Perhaps he is very well educated and experienced in his field. I am not questioning his skills, but if you're looking for a doctor that makes you feel heard along with the experience, he is not the one. I think it's about the money for him, not at all combined with passion. Doctors should feel at the very least 50% of passion for helping those who struggle with their health. Many of those who visit an orthopedic are experiencing challenging pain that alters their daily lives. The person who displayed great positive energy that I felt was genuine was the radiology technician or radiologist. I do not know what his exact title was, but I felt quite welcomed by him. In any event, you must be your own judge, maybe you can schedule a meeting before actually scheduling an appointment. Good luck if you take the chance. Giving him the benefit of the doubt (as I always do for most people) maybe I caught him on one of his bad days.

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Before I was even seen by Dr. Hutter, I walked passed him with my 4 yr old son and he looked at me as if I had an alien with me. He gave me the body language as if he was saying, "what is she doing here with her child?" My son was sitting to the side talking to himself in a relatively low tone, very well behaved, when all of a sudden he looks at my son and shhhhhhushes him in an unfriendly way. Obviously, my son had to be with me that day or he wouldn't have been there, sorry dr. I don't have a nanny. Then at the end, he gave me the fakest smile ever. I did not feel like he cared at all. He hardly talks, and if you have any comments or questions, he clearly gives you a two word response as if you are bothering him. I do not recommend him at all. And please do not bring your child, he or she will not be welcomed... it will be evident in the body lanuage. Perhaps he is very well educated and experienced in his field. I am not questioning his skills, but if you're looking for a doctor that makes you feel heard along with the experience, he is not the one. I think it's about the money for him, not at all combined with passion. Doctors should feel at the very least 50% of passion for helping those who struggle with their health. Many of those who visit an orthopedic are experiencing challenging pain that alters their daily lives. The person who displayed great positive energy that I felt was genuine was the radiology technician or radiologist. I do not know what his exact title was, but I felt quite welcomed by him. In any event, you must be your own judge, maybe you can schedule a meeting before actually scheduling an appointment. Good luck if you take the chance. Giving him the benefit of the doubt (as I always do for most people) maybe I caught him on one of his bad days.

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