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October 8th, 2016Outstanding human being and phenominal surgeon
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November 4th, 2012Best doctor I've ever been too
Dr. Powers is the most compassionate, caring doctor I've ever seen. He shows you how much he actually cares about you and explains everything to the utmost degree. You never feel rushed, he makes you feel very comfortable and he is willing to answer and explain any questions you may have. I would recommend him to anyone I know!
August 10th, 2012Explained diagnoses, options, advice, prognosis in detailed manner with patience.
I suffered a sudden cracked disk on L4-L5 not long after a car accident. The pain was unbearable; apparently a part of the disk impinged on the spinal nerves. Dr. Powers studied the MRI thoroughly, explained patiently, including what other surgeons did, gave the options, and let me decide. Excellent bedside manners, very caring. I highly recommend him.
April 27th, 2012N DeVierno
April 5th, 2012Saved my Life
Brain tumor suvivor. In and out in 5 day. Dr. Power ensured that I was to stay in the ICU until release. Great bedside manner. Knew exactly what was wrong, how to approach, and how to care for me post surgery. Hopkins, Schmopkins. See Dr Powers for a restored life.
February 4th, 2012Great Reputation, however failed surgery
Had a lumbar fusion (L3-L4) which included the typical titanium "cage" between vertebrae and screws in each vertebrae. Fusion was necessary due to spondylolistethis aggravated after a motor vehicle accident where I was rear ended by a careless driver. I only wish Dr Powers had a follow-up policy a year later to ensure the fusion was successful. Mine wasn't. The fusion failed, and one of the screws broke. I was shocked to find out this after yet another motor vehicle accident (same situation as previous one). So, now, back to the drawing board, only this time with irrevocable and permanent pain as the spondylolisthesis was worsened yet again. Doing the surgery well is one thing, but it doesn't stop there. The proof is the fusion, not the healing of a scar.
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