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10/07/2017
By: Charlie G.
Dr William E Richheimer, MD
My entire experience with MHEI was and has been fantastic. If I knew a lense replacement would allow me to dump glasses and see 20/20 again, I would have done it 20 years ago!
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06/15/2017
By: James R.
Injury Solutions
Injury solutions is criminal. This company over bills, lies about bills and prices. They also cashed a two party check without my signature illegally. They ate making me take them to court. SCAMMERS!!!
06/07/2017
By: Nancy N.
Dr William E Richheimer, MD
The whole procedure as well as both doctors were amazing, very personable. The operation itself and follow up was superb and I can see far away again!
05/18/2017
By: M M.
Dr William E Richheimer, MD
My only suggestion would be to check with Harvard Park surgery center re costs before telling someone 'oh, you have Medicare supplement,so it will not cost anything.'. I was just glad I happen to have my card with me for '$285 co-pay' before each surgery'. Otherwise, I am very pleased with the care.
05/17/2017
By: Morgan F.
Dr William E Richheimer, MD
Availability and professionalism. Also the ability to get in quickly in case of an emergency secondary to my chronic dry eye problem.
01/13/2017
By: Emily Y.
Colorado Comprehensive Spine Institute
I have never had a worst experience in a doctors office before. The people who work in the office are the worst! I don't like calling out people, but you, Cathy, are the worst! You make your patients feel unwelcome! Avoid this place because they don't know how to run a front desk and even mix up doctors. I am never coming back again! Good day!P.S. This place smells of kitty litter and cigarette butts!
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01/13/2017
By: goldenrn
Colorado Comprehensive Spine Institute
I am a Registered Nurse who was injured on the job --- my lower back. I was referred by Work Comp to see Dr. George Frey, and although he seemed pleasant enough at first meeting, you could tell he was always watching the clock to move on to his next patient which I should have taken as a major hint not to use him for upcoming surgery. But unfortunately, I let him do my spinal fusion which according to the many tests and the disc-o-gram in particular showed 3 levels to be involved; L3-4 through S1--Dr. Frey decided to do only L3-4. After the surgery, my pain never went away and I kept going to his office which I always dreaded because the wait time was always at least an hour or more and then only to be pushed off onto his PA when I had specifically requested an appointment with Dr. Frey. On one of my later appointments, I was placed in a patient room with a PA that kept running back and forth from my room to Dr. Frey who was obviously too busy to leave his in house staff meeting to see me, his patient--I was in that office for that appointment for over 2 hours and never did get to see Dr. Frey--I was so humiliated and angry that he cared so little--NO SERVICE AFTER THE SALE is a very appropriate term I thought of--he made his money off me so did not want to be bothered any longer. I then made another appointment that I had to wait over and hour-and-a half which I had to cancel because I had to pick up my daughter from school---this Doctor has no respect for their patients time and never gave an explanation of why Dr. Frey was running late! Here is the whopper and the reason I would not recommend Dr. Frey to do surgery on anyone. As I stated, he only fused level L3-L4, when he should have fused all levels---L3-4, L5-S1. When I finally was able to get an actual appointment with Dr. Frey, I asked why he only fused the one level when the Disc-o-gram clearly showed all levels to be reactive to pain--he pulled out my test results and looked at them as though he had never seen them before and agreed it was indeed reasonable to include those levels as well--great, because he did not take the time needed prior to the first surgery to accurately lay out a proper plan for surgery, I was now going to not only miss more work but have to endure another surgery. At that point I did not trust or feel comfortable with Dr. Frey so upon the recommendation of one of his own office staff, I was recommended to see Dr. Sanjay Jatana who did all the proper tests and read them thoroughly and agreed that all 3 levels should have been done in the first surgery. Upon Dr. Jatana re-opening up my back, he found that the 1 level Dr. Frey had done now had 2 fractures in it from his surgery and had to be repaired by Dr. Jatana--do not only did Dr. Frey not do all the correct levels, but the one level he did do, he damaged even further. If all this was not bad enough, Dr. Frey was not happy that I went for a second opinion with another doctor, so when Work Comp was trying to find doctors to disagree with Dr. Jatana who stated I needed the additional 2 levels fused, Dr. Frey all of a sudden changed his opinion (after fully documenting fusing the additional levels was a reasonable next course of action), he now stated that they did not need to be fused. NOTHING WORSE THAN A SO-CALLED TRUSTWORTHY PHYSICIAN WHO LIES???? DR. FREY, DON'T YOU REMEMBER YOUR HIPPOCRATIC OATH???? THE FIRST THING IS TO DO NO HARM---YOU NOT ONLY DID NOT DO THE CORRECT LEVELS OF MY SPINE BUT YOU FURTHER DAMAGED THE LEVEL YOU DID DO AND THEN LIED ABOUT THE NEED TO DO THE ADDITIONAL LEVELS WHEN YOU PREVIOUSLY STATED IN YOUR OWN ORIGINAL NOTES THAT I WOULD FURTHER BENEFIT FROM HAVING THE ADDITIONAL LEVELS FUSED---SO WHAT IS YOUR EXCUSE FOR THIS CHANGE OF OPINION-WITHOUT ANY OTHER TESTS THAT WERE EVER VIEWED BY YOU MAY I ASK????
01/13/2017
By: Caitlin Y.
Colorado Comprehensive Spine Institute
Dr. Frey and Dr. Sanders are great. But be prepared for a 2 hour wait and a horrible office staff. Because of the front desk I won't be coming back here, even though the doctors have helped me so much. The front desk laughed at me when I was confused because I was scheduled to see someone else, someone new. I didn't schedule to see her, I thought I was seeing Sanders, who is who I usually see. Anyways, the Lady at the front desk, Cathy, laughed at my mom and I, and wouldn't get the office manager for us. She said we were wrong, and had my mom near tears. She was rude to me, and I've never seen such an unempathetic, lazy, inconsiderate front desk staff. PLEASE FIRE HER. I waited 2 hours to see a PA who I didn't schedule to even see. I can't come here anymore.
12/29/2016
By: T M.
Dr William E Richheimer, MD
Very competent and excellent bedside manner. dr Richheimer is very approachable and does not convey the arrogance that many in this field tend to convey. Highly recommend.
12/20/2016
By: Bob H.
Dr William E Richheimer, MD
MHI is my trusted source for Cornea care. The doctors and all of the staff provide excellent, courteous and professional service. I appreciate you all.
Tips & Advices
This depends on the facility. Patients should call to find out if they'll need a referral from their physician prior to making an appointment.
Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
  • Debridement: The removal of dead skin and tissue surrounding the wound. This can be done surgically, using a whirlpool bath, syringes, enzymes that dissolve the tissue, or wet dressings that dry on the wound and absorb the dead tissue.
  • Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
  • Compression stockings: Tight-fitted fabric sheaths that encourage blood flow.
  • Artificial skin: A covering that is applied to the wound for several days as it heals.
  • Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
  • Growth factor therapy: The use of materials naturally produced by the body to encourage quick cell growth.
  • Negative pressure therapy: Creating a vacuum around a wound to encourage faster blood flow to the area.
Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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