I was very happy with the speed the surgery was scheduled. The staff is very efficient.
- BLOCKER.CW. Lee Richardson, MD |
On Saturday 12/26 I twisted my ankle, lost my bearings, fell and broke my right-hand little finger. I went to the ER and they put a splint on my hand. The following Monday my husband called Dr. Richardson’s office because he was recommended by the ER, and we made an appointment for 12/31. Dr. Richardson scheduled me for surgery on 1/7. I am grateful that I was able to be scheduled that soon.When Dr. Richardson removed the pins via the exterior of my hand on 2/8, I suppose I should have taken a pain pill in advance. After enduring much pain during the removal of the first two pins, I asked for some sort of cushion to be placed under my cupped hand so I could bear down on that support while he removed the third and final pin, and it helped that he then placed a roll of gauze under my hand. That would be my only suggestion to him when helping future patients with a similar situation.Overall, I felt complete confidence in his skill and attention to detail, and I felt that he is very caring and professional.
- B.RW. Lee Richardson, MD |
My experience with Granite Orthopedics has been wonderful. From Dr. Richardson to the entire staff, both on the medical and the rehab side, the service and care has been top notch. I would recommend Dr. Richardson to anyone requiring shoulder surgery.
- B.JW. Lee Richardson, MD |
If I had to go through this hell again. It would want the same Doctor and staff.
- GOACHER TERRYW. Lee Richardson, MD |
My name is Tom Rutherford, not Rutherford Thomas. I tried to correct this to no avail. The site wouldn’t allow me to delete the incorrect information.Keep up the great work!Tom.
- R.TW. Lee Richardson, MD |