Do not go there i was supposed to get a surgery scheduled starting in October of 2016 and we're now in the end of March and all they said was there still requesting my previous medical records? Really does it take that long to get records back , now im seeing a different Orthopaedic surgeon and they are requesting my records faxed from Sea Spine and they have yet to respond to the request in over a month now ? Horrible customer service representative they dont care and us as patients have to pay for there lack of work ethics staff and doctors there alike . There just about the money and see you as numbers not patients in pain .
9685 Lake Nona Village Pl Ste 102Orlando, FL 32827
From Business: As a part of our effort to promote quality patient care and service, the Orlando Orthopaedic Center has established nine specialty orthopaedic care centers. Each …
1417 N Semoran BlvdOrlando, FL 32807
From Business: Acute and Chronic Pain Management. Interventional Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Manual Therapy and Craniosacral Treatment, Prolotherapy/ Sclerotherapy, Acupun…
Been going to this practice for10 years and have seen three different Doctors for different problems and they have all been the finest and most professional doctors you can trust for the care you need. Dr Bonenberger has done several operations on me and never had any problems he's the best.
I should give less than a "1" rating. He is abrupt, doesn't listen, gets angry if you ask questions, and I truly believe he ruptured a tendon on my elbow on purpose when giving a cortisone shot because I said I read on the internet that cortisone shots can worsen the situation if tendonosis is found rather than tendonitis & the only way to determine the difference is with an MRI. He said I didn't need an MRI, I needed the cortisone shot, got mad & left the room in a hurry. I had to find him to him I would submit to the cortisone shot. When he gave me the shot it felt like he was breaking my arm and then he left instantly without giving me the chance to speak with him. There was a huge bump on the side the size of a golf ball and looked as if it "was" broken. I took pictures. Through further research, I've read the Mayo clinic actually suggests not giving the shot in the tendon due to chances of rupture and damage. Now I can hardly use my arm to push and pull.
they are very rude the office manager and the staff they don't like to help you all they do is transfer you never get a call back I will never recommend them to any one bad experience with office manager and staff
Dr. Matthew Willey has been a much needed addition to my medical team. I became his patient about fifteen months ago, seeking relief for chronic back pain. I had seen other doctors but Dr. Willey was the best fit for my desire to remain as physically active as possible. I am 54 years old and an active, albeit not super fast, marathon runner. While I will eventually need surgery, I have already had one spinal surgery fifteen years ago and am in hurry for additional surgery. I also try to avoid narcotic pain relief whenever possible. Dr. Willey works with me for pain relief and adaptive measures to meet my activity goals. I find it easy to get an appointment when I need one, as long as I am flexible about which office I book. I appreciate his upbeat attitude and his willingness to fully involve me in the decision making process. I would strongly recommend Dr. Willey to anyone who is seeking relief from back pain.
Great service and expertise in all physical therapy and chiropractic and orthopedic .very attentive for your needs and questions. Quality service.
1 out of 5 is the lowest you can score - it's too bad because he deserves a 0. I thoroughly researched Dr Willeys credentials, education and back ground before making an apt to see him. I wanted relief from the well documented chronic pain I'm suffering ( multiple back surgeries, and new MRIs detailing new problems ). I made sure he had the MRI reports and a physical copy prior to my apt. I also filled out a 3 page questionaire regarding the specifics of my pain. Dr Willey acted as if he was trying to rush me out, and obviously never checked the MRIs, data or info I provided. He also cannot prescribe pain medication - a fact that would've been helpful beforehand when you're thinking about making an apt. More than anything I wanted Physical Therapy - Dr Willey suggested hiring a private trainer. PT is mostly covered by insurance, I doubt they cover a trainer. I would highly recommend NOT going to Dr Willey. There are much more competent REAL Doctors who read the information you provide them, and are there to really help you
I saw Dr Shure was a horrible experience The office is not organized. They could care less about your time. I had to ask repeatedly about filling out paperwork because the lady was too busy taking appts. Then we waited over 2 hours to see the doc and he didnt apologize, say thank you for waiting so sorry.. just walked in as if this is the norm... HA. well treating people as if they are just another number is not normal. Will NEVER recommend and will tell everyone I see to stay away they think they are too important to make you feel important.. . Too cocky for me. Ill find a kind doctor with a great track record I am sure there are plenty out there
Best doctor ever, very proffesional, and his staff is the best !
The other day I went to the Orlando Orthopaedic Center for a sprained ankle. I have nothing but wonderful things to say about Dr. Funk and his staff. Once I entered the office, I was warmly greeted by the front desk staff and was checked in for my appointment. After sitting for just a few minutes, I was brought back by Dr. Funk’s staff for my appointment. I informed the nurse how I sprained my ankle and the amount of pain I’ve been in. Then we discussed some of my medical history. I had sprained the same ankle when I was a teenager playing softball. I was in an air cast for a week. Because of this previous injury, I was concerned about the amount of time I would have to be off my ankle this time. I have a very active two year old son. After I was finished with my discussion with Dr. Funk’s nurse, she left the room, and Dr. Funk entered shortly after she walked out. He examined my ankle and tested my range of motion. Luckily, I have a great family support system and have people that can help me with my son. Trying to keep my off my feet as much as possible with a two year old is a very hard task. Thanks to the excellent care of Dr. Funk and the staff at Orlando Orthopaedic Center I am on the road to recovery and look forward to running around with my son again soon!