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April 26th, 2017Efficient and Knowledgeable
Made an appt with Dr. Lescault for shoulder pain caused by a fall. He was able to diagnose the primary issues and develop a course of care quickly and expertly. Understanding that he tended to our active duty military, under "field conditions", I would guess he found me to be a wimp, but he gave no indication of that, and was friendly and professional.
October 11th, 2016Patient and RN
May 23rd, 2016HORRIBLE BEDSIDE MANNER
September 2nd, 2015
Dr Lescault saw my 18 month old baby after his pediatrician was concerned with out toeing. He took his time with us, listened to our concerns and put our mind at ease. He is a companionate and caring doctor. His staff was fun, upbeat, and extremely patient with our baby. They were also knowledgeable and flexible with follow ups. We would definitely recommend this doctor to family and friends.
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May 7th, 2013Relieved
I need to have a hip replacement. I had my first appointment with Dr. Lescault today. I was relieved to find that he talked to me like I was an intelligent human being. He was never condescending or patronizing. He discussed my options. There was a long wait to see him but they had just had a staff member have to leave due to illness and another took them home, so they were behind. But they were still courteous and apologetic for the wait.
July 25th, 2012i would not recommend this dr. to anyone. if you are looking for someone who talks over you, won't answer your questions, and treats you as
May 2nd, 2012If you want a long time in the waiting room and a short time with the doctor, Lescault is the doctor for you
I heard previously he had about as much compassion as my big toe, and the reputation that preceeded him was not far from reality. I'm not saying he isn't a good doctor or that I disagree with his diagnosis, but if I had a serious injury or problem, I would not see him expecting a thorough exam, compassion, for Dr. Lescault to build a relationship with you or to even remember your name or face by the end of the day. I hope and pray that he is so good that he doesn't need to spend much time with a patient to diagnose the problem rather than him being so arrogant and caring more about racking up numbers than treating a person. Lescault may be brilliant, I don't know, but he is much more suited for a medical practice where feelings and compassion are not a necessity (such as working in a research lab).
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