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January 16th, 2017Get a second opinion
September 27th, 2016Excellent Doctor
March 30th, 2016Not a well functioning practice
I have never waited so long for a Dr before. Last visit it was 3 hrs. After waiting so log, the Dr only spent 3 minutes with me, did not listen to me, misdiagnosed me, ( I later discovered) and was too busy training a new medical assistant on their electronic medical record to give me an accurate assessment.
May 4th, 2015
March 11th, 2015Excellent
Have seen Dr Monmouth since 1985 with a frozen shoulde and a year later with the other side frozen. He replaced both of my husband's knees and now going to operate on my knee. He is kind and patient and very conservative. I love him to death. His office is not always to my liking but his assistants are great. You will love him.
February 10th, 2015Patient
I've been seeing Dr. Monmouth for different ailments for 14 years. I have the utmost confidence in him. I know if I just do what he says everything will be ok. So far it's always worked. Great doctor and great assistant. Christina also is always helpful and follows through with requests and questions.
January 30th, 2015The best Orthopedic Doctor ever!
Dr. Monmouth has done four surgeries on my knees. Each time I saw him for a problem we talked out the options and went through all of the steps before having the actual surgeries. I absolutely love him as my Doctor! He is patient and kind and does excellent work! I have no complaints! I trust him completely! My husband also had a surgery with him and agrees with me!
January 30th, 2015If you hear anyone in this office say External Fixator, run don't walk
External Fixators are used to set dorsal radius fractures (broken wrists). Turns out these devices are not so last year, they are last century. I spent almost 7 weeks with the fixator in my arm, and had 4 months of OT 2 x a week. According to the hand and wrist doctor I saw today, the fixator was not inserted correctly; and the two pins in my wrist caused an infection, which ate part of my bone (Monmonth never mentioned this to me). Nor did he mention that the surgery was not successful. He only made a brief comment at the last visit about arthritis, which developed 7 months after surgery. Once he said that I went downtown...wish I had done that earlier. Turns out the arthritis is pretty advanced, and I may have no good options to regain acceptable mobility of my wrist. I had to have an MRI today to see if the infection was still in the bone. If he had said something when the problem first appeared on the x-rays, I would have options. In addition, getting his assistant to renew OT or drug prescriptions was very difficult, and could take weeks.
June 14th, 2013Great doctor
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