John P. Miketa, DPM

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  • 122 North Main Street

    Fuquay Varina, NC 27526

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  • 919-557-5148

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Stay away from this Dr. No Bedside manners, very rude, temperamental, and obnoxious. Doctor needs a new profession. Maybe a meat butcher would do! Also, you cannot understand his Billing Invoices. You have to call a 800 number for help and staff can't help you with this.

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Stay away from this Dr. No Bedside manners, very rude, temperamental, and obnoxious. Doctor needs a new profession. Maybe a meat butcher would do! Also, you cannot understand his Billing Invoices. You have to call a 800 number for help and staff can't help you with this.

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Took my 14 yo son in to have his toe looked at. Our dog had accidently sliced his toe open (right beside the big toenail) and it never healed, creating a ingrown toenail. This doc has NO beside manner, treated me like an idiot, and didn't even spend 5 minutes with us. He sprayed something on his toe, then proceded to pull out some type of clipper. He dug into his toe, clipping the nail. Then said we need to set up a time for "surgery"??? I could go on but this man really pissed me off and I don't to ruin my day by thinking any more about this experience than I need to. But my experience was amazingly like the ones above. Never received a bill, then got one saying my bill was passed due and heading to collections. He charged us over $200 for that visit. I had schedule the "surgery" but called and cancelled.
AVOID, AVOID AVOID!!! This doc should not be practicing any type of medicine, unless we send him to Iraq/Afghanistan to treat the enemy!!

We ended up going to Cary, Dr. Jeremy M. Thomas at Triangle Foot and Ankle. He ROCKS! Totally different from this quack, and said that what he was doing wash splitting up the procedure instead of doing it all at one time.

Please do not go to this man....for a small town, the last thing we need is someone like this!!

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Took my 14 yo son in to have his toe looked at. Our dog had accidently sliced his toe open (right beside the big toenail) and it never healed, creating a ingrown toenail. This doc has NO beside manner, treated me like an idiot, and didn't even spend 5 minutes with us. He sprayed something on his toe, then proceded to pull out some type of clipper. He dug into his toe, clipping the nail. Then said we need to set up a time for "surgery"??? I could go on but this man really pissed me off and I don't to ruin my day by thinking any more about this experience than I need to. But my experience was amazingly like the ones above. Never received a bill, then got one saying my bill was passed due and heading to collections. He charged us over $200 for that visit. I had schedule the "surgery" but called and cancelled.
AVOID, AVOID AVOID!!! This doc should not be practicing any type of medicine, unless we send him to Iraq/Afghanistan to treat the enemy!!

We ended up going to Cary, Dr. Jeremy M. Thomas at Triangle Foot and Ankle. He ROCKS! Totally different from this quack, and said that what he was doing wash splitting up the procedure instead of doing it all at one time.

Please do not go to this man....for a small town, the last thing we need is someone like this!!

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The doctor and staff were wonderful to deal with.
Never have to wait for an appointment and is always on time.
Staff is friendly and efficient in all aspects of my care.
I highly reccomend this practice.

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The doctor and staff were wonderful to deal with.
Never have to wait for an appointment and is always on time.
Staff is friendly and efficient in all aspects of my care.
I highly reccomend this practice.

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Back in 2006 I took my son to the Fuquay-Varina office of Carolina Family Foot Care. My son was not quite 2 years old at the time of the visit. He had been intermittently complaining of his big toe hurting and I wasn't sure if the nail was ingrown. At the time of the visit I paid our $25.00 insurance copay. I told my son he could have a piece of candy if he sat quietly while the doctor looked at his toe. The doctor took what appeared to be a specialized pair of nail clippers and clipped the nail away from the skin. My son did not cry. He required no anesthetics. The doctor spent about 5 minutes total on my son. He required no further follow up appointment or treatment. I never received a bill from Carolina Family Foot Care, but shortly after the date of service we did receive an EOB (Explanation of Benefit) from our insurance company showing that the doctor had billed for surgery. I informed our insurance company that the doctor did not do surgery on my son, and also called Carolina Family Foot Care to complain that they had billed our insurance company for a service not rendered. We heard nothing further until November 2007 (a year and 1/2 after the date of service) when we received a notice from a collection agency stating we owed Carolina Family Foot Care. Upon further investigation I found they were billing for "Incision and drainage of abcess; complicated and complex". It is ludicrous to think they would bill this for nothing more than an ingrown toenail for which a child didn't even cry when clipped. When I tried to go by the office to talk to the doctor about this, I was informed he was out of the office that day, A staff member stated they would discuss the issue with the doctor when he returned to the office in 2 days. It took more than two weeks for the Doctor to respond and his response was that the insurance company sets the codes they use for payment.

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Back in 2006 I took my son to the Fuquay-Varina office of Carolina Family Foot Care. My son was not quite 2 years old at the time of the visit. He had been intermittently complaining of his big toe hurting and I wasn't sure if the nail was ingrown. At the time of the visit I paid our $25.00 insurance copay. I told my son he could have a piece of candy if he sat quietly while the doctor looked at his toe. The doctor took what appeared to be a specialized pair of nail clippers and clipped the nail away from the skin. My son did not cry. He required no anesthetics. The doctor spent about 5 minutes total on my son. He required no further follow up appointment or treatment. I never received a bill from Carolina Family Foot Care, but shortly after the date of service we did receive an EOB (Explanation of Benefit) from our insurance company showing that the doctor had billed for surgery. I informed our insurance company that the doctor did not do surgery on my son, and also called Carolina Family Foot Care to complain that they had billed our insurance company for a service not rendered. We heard nothing further until November 2007 (a year and 1/2 after the date of service) when we received a notice from a collection agency stating we owed Carolina Family Foot Care. Upon further investigation I found they were billing for "Incision and drainage of abcess; complicated and complex". It is ludicrous to think they would bill this for nothing more than an ingrown toenail for which a child didn't even cry when clipped. When I tried to go by the office to talk to the doctor about this, I was informed he was out of the office that day, A staff member stated they would discuss the issue with the doctor when he returned to the office in 2 days. It took more than two weeks for the Doctor to respond and his response was that the insurance company sets the codes they use for payment.

Pros: None

Cons: Unethical Billing Practices

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It has been over two months and I still can not get my deposit back on my orthotics. They also charged me a $40 co-pay when I picked them up (did not even see the DR) and charged my insurance company $31 (which they paid) so they also owe me $9. Every time I call they say they'll leave a note for the DR - since he writes the checks.......I recommend looking elsewhere for a Podiatrist!

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It has been over two months and I still can not get my deposit back on my orthotics. They also charged me a $40 co-pay when I picked them up (did not even see the DR) and charged my insurance company $31 (which they paid) so they also owe me $9. Every time I call they say they'll leave a note for the DR - since he writes the checks.......I recommend looking elsewhere for a Podiatrist!

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Both my husband and I went to this doctor not realizing that we were going to the same doctor. He is unreasonable expensive, does not tell you before you are seen about the price of his care. Our appointments both took no longer than 5min. and were charged for services that we had no idea were being delivered. Next I did not receive a bill and was turned in to a collection agency for not paying. I am sure you can do better elsewhere. Stay away.

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Both my husband and I went to this doctor not realizing that we were going to the same doctor. He is unreasonable expensive, does not tell you before you are seen about the price of his care. Our appointments both took no longer than 5min. and were charged for services that we had no idea were being delivered. Next I did not receive a bill and was turned in to a collection agency for not paying. I am sure you can do better elsewhere. Stay away.

Pros: None

Cons: Overpriced services. Billing nightmare.

 

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