Great surgeon, helpful and kept me informed. I would definitely use him again. I had a hip replacement and was walking without a walking stick within three weeks. He uses the latest technology, I truly trust him and feel I was in good hands. I would use him again if I every needed the other hip replacing.
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Very questionable treatment by Dr. Evgeny Krynetskiy for a comminuted fracture of the lateral right clavicle and an insurance bill for "surgery" for the one 15-minute appointment which was almost three times the charge for one appointment with another orthopedic surgeon. Three phone calls and three letters and a notice of dispute of charges from my insurance company has been ignored by the Joint implant Surgeons of Florida. I was told by the JISF billing office that "it is our prerogative to charge whatever we want". Based on my experiences, I cannot recommend Dr Krynetskiy nor the Joint Implant Surgeons of Florida.
Worst experience one can have. My boyfriend who is 33 went to see Dr. Dounchis with a pain in the left knee, after the recommendation of his physician. For somebody who is that young knee problem is not so common, so it was of great concern to us. However, Dr. Dounchis took no time to analyze MRI and Xray or to explain what is the cause of the pain. He immediately suggested to inject my boyfriend with the cortisone, said that would help him, informed him that he had performed 40 injections today and gave him 2 min to think about it, with the nurse standing near by ready with the paperwork. Put in the corner after weeks of pain my boyfriend accepted. Dr. Dounchis told him that if that does not help he will perform SURGERY on the knee. The doctor did not allow any questions following the procedure and stormed out of the room. Total time spent with the patient, including the procedure was around 5-10 min. Well, it turned out cortisone did not help and we decided to seek second opinion.What we found is that my boyfriend actually had a problem with a nerve in his knew and he needed to see a neurologist for further evaluation.So doctor Dounchis did not diagnose him accurately( he probably did not bother to look at the MRI at all), performed a procedure that was completely unnecessary and was gonna go so far to perform surgery on someone that does not need it.So it seems to me that he was just trying to cash in on his patient instead of helping him.For all of you that are considering seeing him, go somewhere else, if you like to be treated as a human being not as a human ATM machine.