Orthopedic Surgeons Of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI with Reviews - YP.com
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By: A W.
Blount Orthopaedic Associates, S.C.
Great doctors! Customer service & patient handling is the worst. I was given the wrong address when appointment was made. Had to stand at the reception counter until they decided if they were going to see me for my broken ankle.
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By: Jennifer D.
Blount Orthopaedic Associates, S.C.
Doctors are good, office staff services terrible. Trying to get forms completed for disability, workers comp or other health insurance forms you are constantly required by the office staff to jump through hoops. This results in required documentation being sent to various insurance companies late resulting in late payments of disability and/or workers comp. While the doctors are great, it is not worth the hassle of dealing w/the office staff and the constant changing rules for getting health and/or disability forms completed in a timely manner. Will be looking for another doctor once treatment is completed.
By: John A.
Wisconsin Bone & Joint SC
Excellent doctor! He has been written up by many doctors. I was referred by my primary physician and thought the pain was coming from fractures in my ankle and feet. After reviewing scans, he let me know the pain was coming from my back.
By: John A.
Wisconsin Bone & Joint SC
I went to clinic. Told them I stepped in hole on golf course. Sean sent me to physical therapy without taking an x-ray of my foot. Ten months, still suffering, I went to ER who found that I had fractures in my ankle & foot. Have respoken to the doctor. It is not the ankle & foot. It is my back. I apoligize for my remarks. He is an excellent doctor.
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Orthopedic surgeons attend four years of medical school, then four to five years of orthopedic residency in a hospital. They must also be licensed and certified in orthopedic surgery by the state in which they practice.
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