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10/18/2016
By: Carol H.
Louisville Arm & Hand
Excellent group of people. Do their jobs well Dr. Gupta is awesome. Does good work. On wrists. Etc.
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09/19/2016
By: W W.
Louisville Bone & Joint Specialists PSC
This is the most dysfunctionally run office I've ever been to. The entire staff starting with the office manager should be fired. NOBODY does their job, very frustrating. He told me 20 days ago I would receive a call from a Dr that would schedule me for an epidural and the procedure would be done within 2 weeks. That was 4 weeks ago and when I call back because nobody has contacted me, I can't get a live person. At the end of the day, if I get a call back, I'm told it's taken care, just to find out it hasn't been.
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09/09/2016
By: Carol H.
Louisville Arm & Hand
They do their jobs well. Very nice. Caring. Thoughtful. Dr. Amitava gupta is an excellent surgeon.Does good work conservative and Observes.
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06/21/2016
By: Doris K.
Pomeroy And Rhodes Orthopedics
Would not reccomend these doctors you make a appointment and never get in to see the doctor even close to it. Just left after waiting two hours
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06/21/2016
By: Shannon W.
River City Orthopaedic Surgeons PSC
Had my surgery 2.5 weeks ago and live is great. Dr. Casinelli and his staff treated me with kindness and respect. My stay at Norton Hospital was also great. The nurses answered the help button immediately. I had to use the bed side potty and they helped me off and on while preserving my dignity. Over all I had a great surgery and have doing well with home healthcare.
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03/04/2015
By: Patrecia B.
Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy
Wonderful professionals, that really help you heal. Having worked for Drs., my standards are very high, they get an A+!
06/06/2013
By: joey.mcdonald.775
Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy
Great staff... Very friendly and enthusiastic! Genuinely concerned about me as a patient and my health. They will work you hard but with your overall recovery being the most important thing.
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