Mc Carthy, Christine, Md - Park Nicollet Clinic

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I have had chronic back pain for the past 2 years. After meeting with a chiropractor, he told me that the reason for my pain was because of the structure of my feet. He told me to try out some Dr. Scholls orthotics while he made me some custom fitted ones. I bought a pair and tried going for a walk, but only made in 1/2 a mile. As soon as I took my shoes off, I had excruciating pain. I thought that I had gotten a really bad sprain, so thought nothing of it. The next day I was sitting at the island eating, and I noticed that both of my legs had turned extremely blue/purple. I felt like a boa constrictor had cut of my circulation. I ended up in the ER that night, because I couldn't sleep. because the pain had gotten unbearable . They did X-rays, and found nothing. They gave me 2 Vicodin and an Ibuprofen, despite knowing that I had taken 2 Tramadol 45 minutes prior. On the ride home I began to feel nauseated, and starting sweating profusely. They freakn' overdosed me. I couldn't even talk let alone walk in the door. A few days later, I noticed that my legs were turning blue, numb, and heavy again, so I made an appointment to see Dr. McCarthy, in Wayzata. I tell her what's been happening, and she gives me this blank stare, and says "have you been under a lot of stress lately?" What the hell kind of question is that? I've had chronic pain for a long time! She tells me that it's normal for my feet to turn diffferent colors, because young women are usually under a lot of stress. Then she says it could be Raynauds or shin splints, and I go on to tell her that I know what both are and have had shin splints, and that's not what's happening to me. She does some quick tests on me, not paying attention when I moan in pain. She goes and gets me a boot to try on. Doesn't offer to help me put it on. As soon as I put my foot in the boot, I said that I wasn't able to put any weight on it; and as she walked out the door, she said in a condiscending way "you just try and put some pressure on that foot and I'll come back when you're ready". She didn't even bother to notice that I was all hunched over in pain. I didn't even tell her ok, and she left the room. That's when I left as fast I possibly could on crutches. I still am having the same symptoms. I can't even sit or stand without the feet flaring up. I'm just hoping that I'll find some answers when I see the podiatrist next week. I've had it with Park Nicollet! I haven't had one good experience with them. This will be the last time I go to them for help.

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I have had chronic back pain for the past 2 years. After meeting with a chiropractor, he told me that the reason for my pain was because of the structure of my feet. He told me to try out some Dr. Scholls orthotics while he made me some custom fitted ones. I bought a pair and tried going for a walk, but only made in 1/2 a mile. As soon as I took my shoes off, I had excruciating pain. I thought that I had gotten a really bad sprain, so thought nothing of it. The next day I was sitting at the island eating, and I noticed that both of my legs had turned extremely blue/purple. I felt like a boa constrictor had cut of my circulation. I ended up in the ER that night, because I couldn't sleep. because the pain had gotten unbearable . They did X-rays, and found nothing. They gave me 2 Vicodin and an Ibuprofen, despite knowing that I had taken 2 Tramadol 45 minutes prior. On the ride home I began to feel nauseated, and starting sweating profusely. They freakn' overdosed me. I couldn't even talk let alone walk in the door. A few days later, I noticed that my legs were turning blue, numb, and heavy again, so I made an appointment to see Dr. McCarthy, in Wayzata. I tell her what's been happening, and she gives me this blank stare, and says "have you been under a lot of stress lately?" What the hell kind of question is that? I've had chronic pain for a long time! She tells me that it's normal for my feet to turn diffferent colors, because young women are usually under a lot of stress. Then she says it could be Raynauds or shin splints, and I go on to tell her that I know what both are and have had shin splints, and that's not what's happening to me. She does some quick tests on me, not paying attention when I moan in pain. She goes and gets me a boot to try on. Doesn't offer to help me put it on. As soon as I put my foot in the boot, I said that I wasn't able to put any weight on it; and as she walked out the door, she said in a condiscending way "you just try and put some pressure on that foot and I'll come back when you're ready". She didn't even bother to notice that I was all hunched over in pain. I didn't even tell her ok, and she left the room. That's when I left as fast I possibly could on crutches. I still am having the same symptoms. I can't even sit or stand without the feet flaring up. I'm just hoping that I'll find some answers when I see the podiatrist next week. I've had it with Park Nicollet! I haven't had one good experience with them. This will be the last time I go to them for help.

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