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Posted on April 5th, 2017
After an unsuccessful operation on my broken finger I visited Dr. Whebe. First surgery: he removed dislodged metal screw and put in an antificial joint. The operation was unsuccessful and the artificial joint popped out on one end. Three weeks after the first surgery I had another surgery which was a mistake because the scar tissue did not have time to heal. I was not made aware of this and went ahead with the surgery. He cut the bone and put disks in. I now have a finger that is disfigured and much shorter than the other.
Posted on September 2nd, 2015
This doctor misdiagnosed my son and was rather rude and arrogant. Nothing else to say. Not sure why and did not feel it was necessary to be this way as we were referred here and were open to listen to his expertise
Disappointed to say the least
Posted on September 1st, 2015
Our Experience with Dr Wehbe was disappointing to say the least. he was rude and arrogant from the moment we met him , as well as our final visit. He would not even look at a 5 page EMG report that my son had Just had the week before from a prominent Bryn Mawr Dr. He Ordered yet another painful EMG which was beyond Brutal. He misdiagnosed my son which in turn did not get him the surgery he actually needed. Thank God another lead led us to John Hopkins, Dr. Lum. Who preformed surgery on my son 7/20/15 and now he is Pain Free after over a year of daily pain.
Posted on September 29th, 2014
Completely Changed Opinion
Posted on September 18th, 2013
I was recommended to Dr. Wehbe a few years ago for carpal tunnel in both hands and I was mostly happy with everything from appointment to surgery. It was after when I was charged for my post-op and when I questioned it the staff responded that he spoke to me about doing my next hand so he can rightfully charge... well, I filed that in the back of my mind as I wanted the PT to go well. I went back years later for elbow issues and was chastised for not seeing him after PT (I was never told to nor was an appt made!) This time I was told to make an appt to setup my surgery, which I promptly did... but they took me to an exam room and did the usual tests, made me wait and the Dr came in again. I did setup surgery ... but you got it, charged another office visit and co-pay for setting up surgery! The final straw was when I asked if both minor surgeries could be done at the same time (one OR visit, one day off, shorter recovery time since they'd both heal at the same time) and he said no (which I confirmed with other surgeons after that it was possible!) I was also advised I needed another EMG (at the expense of my insurance and performed in his office) since mine was over 2 years old. I disputed this and they said it was too old... but when I requested records, it was done 15 months prior. Sadly my intuition that this Dr. treats me and my insurance as an open-checkbook just may be right... and a second opinion shows the tests his did only show MILD degeneration and surgery is NOT required at this time.
Posted on July 9th, 2013
My consultation was for carpal tunnel and I felt the doctor was extremely knowledgeable and very approachable. I did not feel rushed during my appointment and felt all my questions were thoroughly answered. I would definitely recommend Dr. Wehbe to my family and friends.
Worst Dr. experience ever
Posted on June 20th, 2013
Dr. Wehbe is completely arrogant and impersonal. He kept me waiting for over an hour, barely evaluated me and asked for an Xray of what was clearly a soft tissue problem. When my insurance denied the xray he walked out and showed me the door with no advice or diagnosis. He was happy though to bill me $40 and tell me to come back once I get an Xray (at a cost of another $40+xray). When I asked for someone to tell me anything all I got was ... "You may need surgery" ... for a mild sprain. I went to the practice hoping to get an appropriate brace for my problem. When I asked for a refund as I was dissatisfied, the response I received was that my evaluation of them is "unfair and unwarranted" and they would not issue any refund. I literally came out worse than when I went in. In my opinion this practice should be out of business.
Posted on August 1st, 2012
After seeing three different doctors and still not getting any answers, I visited Dr. Wehbe in Bryn Mawr and had the best experience you could possible have at a Dr's office. The staff was friendly and Dr. Wehbe helped me out tremendously. THANK YOU AGAIN!
Posted on June 1st, 2012
My experience at the PA Hand Center with Dr. Wehbe was great! He treated my elbow dislocation and had a great recovery. His office staff was kind and always accomidating with my appointments. I will return to him if ever needed and also recommend him to family and friends.
Next time, I'll go somewhere else.
Posted on April 25th, 2012
I went to see Dr. Wehbe for a repetitive stress injury in my hands. He seemed rushed, and didn't help me understand my condition at all. He didn't listen to my questions, seemed distracted and unconcerned, and was not very personable. His therapists were the same. Still, I felt the diagnosis was accurate (although I had come in with a pre-existing diagnosis, having been made by my primary care physician). I wish I'd gone somewhere else.
Horrible!!!!!!!! Didn't think this stereotype still existed!!!!!
Posted on February 1st, 2012
Dr Wehbe is so arrogant and rude. I truly did not think this type of stereotypical doctor attitude still existed. This guy is nasty, talks down to you, explains nothing, and tries to make you feel stupid when you ask questions. I have no idea how he has any business.
I am a Lawyer
Posted on July 3rd, 2011
I do not normally do this type of thing, but I was outraged by one of the omments made on this site. I saw Dr Wehbe after seeing multiple other hand surgeons. He was the kindest and most considerate person I ever met. He wet out of his way to make me comfortable and to fix my problem. Incidentally, his son is a lawyer serving our country, so accusing him of hating lawyer or anyone else is plain ignorance!
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