I recently moved to Oklahoma City, discovered I was pregnant, and tried to find an OBGYN. I called several offices only to be met with unfriendly receptionists on the phone and an inability to get in to see a doctor for more than 4 months. Since I was already pregnant, this was obviously unacceptable. My husband is a doctor and a colleague of his recommended Dr. Robinett. I called Dr. Robinett’s office and found a friendly receptionist who immediately scheduled me for an appointment. Once I arrived for my first visit, Dr. Robinett’s staff proved to be extremely nice. It is such an exciting time to be pregnant, and I felt that his nurses were enthusiastic and shared in my excitement. Each nurse was truly wonderful and they made me feel right at home as well as sympathetic to the dreaded weigh-in! Then I met Dr. Robinett. Like I said before, he came highly recommended from a trustworthy source. I really liked the way he took the time to explain things after listening to my questions. He did not rush me out the door or act too busy as I’ve heard some OBGYN’s do. He made sure that I understood and was comfortable with what was going on with me and my baby. He was also very receptive to my decisions as to how I wanted to deliver my baby. I had a wonderful experience with him as my doctor throughout my pregnancy and delivery of my beautiful baby and I highly recommend him to anyone searching for an OBGYN.
I had my spine fused by another surgeon in 2004 due to a very severe scoliosis curve. I currently have hardware from right below my neck, all the way to my waist. 2 years ago Dr. Wright took x-rays & an MRI & discovered that I had a broken Herrington rod. Unfortunately I was the primary breadwinner at that time & didn't have the ability to have anything done about it. I called their office last Monday for an appointment, now that I'm ready & able to have surgery. I was super suprised when they offered me an appointment for this morning! (Saturday appointments are kind of rare with ortho's) We looked over the imaging again & discussed the game plan & I should be having the surgery at the end of August/early September. Needless to say, I'll be posting a review after I have recovered from everything. He may come off as arrogant, or cocky to some, but it's mainly because he is very experienced & knowledgeable & knows what he is doing. He talked to my husband & I for 30-45 min. & we never felt rushed at all. Maybe appointments during the week are different, but we really did have a positive experience!
I have been cared for by Dr. Fong for 2 years and found him to be very knowledgeable and understanding. I have chronic neck pain due to a car accident over 13 years ago. I saw Dr. Fong after many years of pain and worsened shoulder pain and numbness in my fingers on the left hand. I had an MRI and Xrays that revealed multiple levels of disc damage and mild compression of the spinal cord at C5,C6. Dr Fong was conservative in his recommendation and I received tx at pain management x2 years with good management of my symptoms with steroid injections. Just recently my symptoms have worsened and an updated MRI was performed with Xrays too. Dr. Fong reviewed the findings and after a through physical exam and long discussion in his office we have decided to proceed with a 3 level fusion in the c-spine using my own bone for the procedure. I feel confident that Dr Fong did not rush into cutting me open and only advised it now because we have exhausted all conservative treatments.