5671 Peachtree Dunwoody Rd Ste 900Atlanta, GA 30342
From Business: Resurgens Orthopaedics provides comprehensive musculoskeletal care to the communities in Atlanta. It also offers various rehabilitation services and custom orthot…
3161 Howell Mill Rd NW Ste 400Atlanta, GA 30327
From Business: James L. Chappuis, MD, FACS, is the visionary, founder, owner, senior orthopedic spine surgeon and Chairman of the Board at Orthopaedic & spine surgery of Atlanta…
This is the most unprofessional and most unorganized place I've ever seen! I would not recommend ( or trust the care of ) this is place to anyone...ever!
Can't say enough great things about the way they handle their patient care! I had surgery here and the facility is 10 times nicer than any hospital in Atlanta. The surgeon and anesthesiologist made me feel so at ease. After 10 years of living with back pain, it was gone after the surgery, and I got to spend the night in my own bed that night!!
I found Resurgens through my insurance provider. The great thing is they have multiple locations that provide care and treatment. I visited Dr. Raines who diagnosed my knee injury and recommended treatment. I am satisfied with my care. Some areas of improvement would be timeliness. I waited for long stretches of time to be seen by Dr. Raines, then after getting to the back room for service I waited long stretches again and on some visits he rushed through recommendations and was in a hurry to get out of the room. That was annoying. Additionally, the office does not validate parking.
The customer service of the practice is horrible. Twice I've driven 50 miles, one way to have them reschedule my my procedure. I took off from work for this. I am really upset bybthevlack of professionalism and I would never recommend their services to anyone.
My experience with Pediatric Orthopaedic Associates was not good. My three year old son had a visually bruised toe that we wanted evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon. They used antiquated x-ray equipment that uses film (not digital) to x-ray his foot. The doctor said our son had a broken toe and gave him an oversized boot to wear for two weeks. The total time the doctor spent with us was two minutes and he never showed us the x-ray, despite my wife requesting to see it twice during our visit. Our son refused to wear the boot when we got home and he was running around like crazy without any problems. This made us question if he even had a broken toe. I called the main office to request a copy of the x-ray. I was told that they would call me back to let me know how much it would cost, but I never heard back from them. My experience with Pediatric Orthopaedic Associates was pretty much disappointing all-around and I would not recommend them to anyone I cared about.