Colleyville, Texas, TX
Dr. Grossman did some work on my cousin with amazing results and a very short recovery time. He is a true surgical artist. He made use feel quite at ease with his knowledge and skill and spent a lot of time answering questions and providing information. He has a delightful sense of humor to boot. It is obvious his staff adores him, which is always a good sign.
We were referred to Dr. White when my husband was discovered to have a very large brain aneurysm. Dr. White specializes in Neurological Surgery, in particular Brain Aneurysm; Cerebral Bypass; Endovascular surgery; Subarachnoid Hemorrhage; treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia and the study of Cerebral blood flow. He is an assistant professor at Southwestern Medical School. He performs surgery at the Zale Lipshy building at Southwest Medical Center, where people from around the country travel to for specialized neurosurgery. We even met a patient of his who had come all the way from France just to have his surgery done by Dr. White.
Dr. White is known for taking cases that other physicans won't touch. When we first met Dr. White, we felt immediately at ease. He is extremely personable and explained things to us in plain English, including the various methods available and risks involved. He impressed us from the start.
He performed an open skull clipping of an anterior communicating artery on my 51 year old husband for an aneurysm which was oddly shaped and in a difficult position. My husband is a few weeks out from his surgery now and has suffered no damage or side effects as a result of his surgery. He has had relatively little pain and is fully functional both physically and mentally thanks to Dr. White's skills. Blood flow tests after the surgery show it was a complete success.
Follow up care at his clinic was a hassle free experience with virtually zero waiting time. I highly recommend Dr. Jonathon White.
We love Dr. LeCroy. My entire family sees him which includes myself, my two daughters, my husband, and both of our parents. Dr. LeCroy is a true FAMILY physician in the old time sense of days gone by. I have counted on him and he has come through on numerous occasions to help resolve Medicare payment issues with my Dad and insurance issues. He was also helpful during times we were without insurance ourselves and gave us lower rates. Dr. LeCroy is without an ego, and knows his limits. He wastes no time referring us to specialists when he believes the need is there.
He is very warm and caring and takes his time during visits. I particularly appreciate how he talks to my two daughters directly during their exams, rather than asking me questions over their heads. He treats them with respect (even when they were only in elementary school). I merely fill in from the sidelines. This has done a great deal to earn their trust.
He also inquires how we are doing emotionally and in other aspects of our lives. He treats our bodies and our minds and realizes the impact stress can have on our health.
If you want an oldtime family physican (early 40's at most), Dr. LeCroy is the man to see.
"Dr. Osborne is the most brilliant physician I know"...this was something repeated to me by his colleagues many times over. My personal experience with him measures up to that statement. This man pulled my then 47 year old husband back from the brink of death when everyone (other doctors at the hospital, the nurses, etc.) was sure he was not going to make it through the night. Dr. Osborne refused to give up on him and never left the ICU floor that first night.
My husband was so ill he was put on the heart transplant list (though the hospital staff, other than Osborne, did not think he would make it past 24 hours from the onset of this first, acute episode!). This illness came on literally overnight. My husband was in ICU with only a 7% ejection fraction (heart function) from an acute episode of cardiomyopathy and because of the treatment he received from Dr. Osborne, he is with me today. Thanks to Dr. Osborne's acute care at that time, and ongoing monitoring since, my husband has a near-normal heart function today and can do everything he did before.
Visiting Dr. Osborne's office is a pleasure. To say his office is comfortable is an understatement. It is beautifully decorated, stunning, even, and there is no waiting in a crowded waiting room. One feels like they are entering an exlusive spa rather than a cardiologist's office. Patients are virtually whisked to their own exam room, where again the surroundings are very warm and comfy...all wood and leather. Soothing videos and music play on a big flatscreen while one waits. I recall that the first time we visited Dr. Osborne in his new (current) offices, my hubby was able to lie down on an extremely soft and cozy exam table, was provided with a pillow and a blanket (mind you it looked nothing like an exam table, nor did the room look like an exam room) and promptly fell asleep!
His staff is topnotch. Dr. Osborne himself has an incredible bedside manner and never makes one feel rushed. He stays until every last question is answered. He keeps on top of all the latest research and is able to perform many complex tests within the comfort of his own offices. He accepts all major insurance. His goal is to prevent the need for hospitalization and to avoid acute episodes for his patients. To that end, he has succeeded in the care of my husband...in spades!
We continue to recommend him to others with heart problems, and he continues to treat not only my husband but other family members and friends with very happy results. If you need a cardiologist...the BEST cardiologist, he is the only physician to see.