Called and made an appointment for my grandma after being told on the phone that they accepted her insurance. We showed up about 45 minutes prior to her appointment (like we always do at EVERY new doctor) the Doctor himself was one of the rudest people I've ever met. We were told to leave, walk across the street and wait for her appointment because they were having a staff meeting. So I had to take my 79 year old grandmother, 3 year old and 1 year old back outside and wait in my car to fill out the paperwork! Absolutely ridiculous! A front desk girl came out at her appointment time... NOT her check in time and told us "I'm so sorry, you can come in now" I get everyone back in and then I'm informed that I was given incorrect information by the new girl and they don't accept my grandma's insurance. The front desk lady was extremely sweet but I was shocked about the way everything went. Do yourselves a favor and find a different place to go!
Dr Schultz was a straight shooter, told me exactly how it is. I went over on my ankle pretty bad about 6 weeks ago. Typical clumsiness, as I went over all I heard was a bunch of stomach wrenching crunches coming from my ankle. My stubborness prevented me from seeing a specialist early but with such a slow recovery I decided to seek professional help. After meeting with Dr Schulrz, he put my stress at ease letting me know that nothing was broken, it was a ligament tear but with little rest / recovery time, I was agravating it and not allowing it to heal.Dr Schultz got me into an aircast brace with strict instructions on how to best allow a smooth recovery to also coinside with physical therapy.Thank you thank you thank you. Now I just need to follow instructions and REST!!!