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September 26th, 2017Thoughts on Tufts from Connie Jones
August 28th, 2017Phenomenal Doctor/Surgeon
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August 18th, 2017Fantastic
August 4th, 2017Outstanding
I was truly amazed at the result Dr. Kryzanski achieved with my back surgery. I knew my wife had an excellent result in 2009 and I could only hope my surgery would go as well and it did. Thanks to the entire team who did a terrific job of making me comfortable from the very beginning until I was discharged. Kudos to all
July 29th, 2017Amazing surgery
It was not until I saw the X-rays of my before and after Surgery that I was aware of the challenge and tncredible Job that he had done
June 14th, 2017Highly Satisfied
March 22nd, 2017Best Neurosurgeon
Dr. Kryzanski is unlike any other neurosurgeon. He does not rush to surgery as the first option. Dr. Kryzanski will try everything and use surgery as the final option. I have been going to him for over 10 years. I was born with a terrible spine and he has kept me walking and out of as much pain as possible! I have referred friends and family to him and will continue to do so!
March 3rd, 2017Dr. Kryzanski
Second time I had surgery with Dr. Kryzanski and he was most knowledgable and precise with his diagnosis and performance
June 29th, 2012
November 2nd, 2011Ego comes before patients
Dr. Kryzanski did a fusion on me and it was done incorrectly. First, I had an infection and even a month later, my wound was oozing. The pain grew increasingly worse, but the doctor told me that it was a "beautiful fusion" and refused to help me further. He suggested I lose weight, even though that has nothing to do with my injury. Finally, I went to New England Baptist Spine Center and the Orthopedic surgeon there immediately noticed several things wrong with my surgery, just from the xray. I just had a revision surgery to take out what Dr. Kryzanski did and redo it and I am SO much better! I lost 3 years of my life thanks to Dr. Kryzanski. In addition to the surgical mistakes, he had me start PT within days of leaving the hospital when the protocol is to wait 12 weeks for the bone graft to take. He prescribed flexeril and valium at the same time, which I'm told is dangerous to mix. The list goes on and on. Who does your surgery really matters. It could affect you the rest of your life, so do your research, get several recommendation, and choose carefully. Good luck!
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