Southeastern Sports Medicine in Asheville, NC with Reviews -

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By: Ashton T.
McCarrick James P Jr MD
Top notch physician. Dr. McCarrick is an internist, pulminologist, critical care pulminologist, and sleep disorder (sleep study) physician. Dr. M is one of the most well rounded physicians I have encountered in my 65 years of visiting physicians throughout the US and Europe. In addition to his immense knowledge and capabilities, he is also one of the easiest physicians to speak to and deal with. I now live 3,000 miles away from Asheville but travel back to Asheville to see Dr. McCarrick. He is that outstanding that I will take the beatings of travel to see him. Top notch physician. Ten stars if I could give them.
By: joy.scarpelli
Carolina Hand & Sports Medicine PA
I've experienced pain, tingling sensations and felt a decreased gripping so I decided to have it checked at Carolina Hand and Sports Medicine. The doctors did a fine job explaining to me my condition which turned out to be carpal tunnel syndrome due to impingement of the median nerve that passes under the wrist. They advised me to wear a device to rest my wrist, right wrist to be exact and also Physical Therapy for pain relief. After a few sessions, the pain was gone as well as the tingling sensations. Great job!
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By: Retha B.
Carolinas Center For Advanced Management Of Pain
I am surprised and disheartened by the reviews of this clinic. I have been treated by many pain management specialist over the sixty seven years of my life. Some are abrupt, some are trying to diagnose health problems and seem abrupt. The Dr. with the thick accent is an excellent physician.He really tries to help his patients. His office seems to run smoothly and his staff is certainly professional. Are the other reviews written by inferior colleague? The other reviews are ridiculous .
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By: F paul V.
Carolina Hand & Sports Medicine PA
After suffering a catastrophic hand injury, I was fortunate to have Dr. James Thompson of Carolina Hand & Sports Medicine as my responding surgeon. This gentleman is everything a physician should be: skillful, vigilant and compassionate (and with a suitably dry and ironic sense of humor, I should note). After six months of treatment (including physical therapy at their office), I can say with certainty that my outcome is far better than if I had received treatment elsewhere.
By: Jerrold E.
McCarrick James P Jr MD
I agree 100 percent with the assessment made by first reviewer on Dr. Mccarrick's all around expertise. He has been my family's pulminologist for genetic lung issyes for over 20 years. On numerous occasions he has pucked up on other related and unrelated medical issues whilst treating the family. The Edney family owes a great debt to the hard work and depth of concern by Dr. Mccarrick. Simply put, He is brilliant.
By: ygetmad57
Carolina Hand & Sports Medicine PA
Dr. Neimkin and Jeff worked on my crushed finger and was able to save the tip of my finger instead of removing it. They take great care of their patients. Sometimes the wait in the lobby is long but that is due to the Doctor taking time with each patient and answers any questions and explaining what is going on. I would recommend this office to anyone.
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By: Elaine H.
Cole Jr, Toby C, MD
From the first time I went to Dr. Cole the way he and the whole staff treated me was wonderful! Thank you , my leg is beautiful! And feels great!!!! I just love , love, love .... you Dr. Cole!!!! Thank you!!! Elaine Hopkins
By: meghan.wells.58
Wells Family Chiropractic
Dr. Andrew is so passionate about helping people achieve health! All the pain in my shoulders was gone after the second adjustment.
By: larry.bates.716
Ronald R Caldwell MD PA
Dr C will talk to you, unlike other doctors in the area.
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