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10/25/2016
By: Linda B.
Steve White, MD
He drilled a screw through my knee joint. Throughout post op checkups, and post op x-rays, never did detect the problem. It was only through going to another Doctor did I repair the damage of the joint as well as can be at this time by taking out the screw. He was practicing in Denison Texas, and has since moved out of there to Durant. One problem is he drinks too much and does not do good work...BEWARE! I also had a torn ACL and he did not see or repair this either.
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