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01/23/2013
By: leahault
Westsound Orthopaedics
At this point in my experience with WestSound Ortho, I am very disappointed. Dr. Watters came highly recommended so when I had to seek out a second opinion about some hip pain, I called WestSound first. The wait time for an intial consult was 6 weeks - far longer than I would have liked. But given the personal recommendations, I decided it would be worth the wait. The facility itself is quite nice. The staff was ok - not overly pleasant but not rude by any means... just all business. The appointment with Dr. Watters went fine, though very inconclusive. He requested an MRI before further evaluation. I was happy to be able to get it scheduled for 3 days later, only to have it cancelled the morning of. I was able to reschedule for the following day, it was just a huge inconvenience in my schedule and the short notice. The MRI went fine, the techs were very pleasant and sweet and were joking around with me. I went to schedule my follow up to review the results of the MRI. Another 4 weeks. Are you kidding me? So just to get any kind of answer is taking over 10 weeks. That is unacceptable in my book, considering the turn around when I went through Doctor's Clinic was x-ray results and a wishy washy diagnosis in a week. Granted, I didn't like their treatment options which is why I went to WestSound but at this point, I'm waiting for my follow-up with Watters, I've been in pain for 5 months and I'm getting cranky and fed up.
05/19/2015
By: Lew K.
Westsound Orthopaedics
Re: Hip Surgery. Dr. Watters is an outstanding surgeon. The whole experience was outstanding. At 4 weeks, walking without a cane. Very sanitary. No issues, I recommend his practice to anyone.
05/24/2017
By: Brett A.
Clark Chiropractic
I would highly recommend the staff and practice, they are caring and very helpful for whatever you need!
12/04/2012
By: rachel.mcgraw.54
Weaber Bruce H
Dr. weaber is very professional but approachable. My son felt comfortable very quickly.
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