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January 11th, 2016
October 31st, 2015Best Orthopedic Surgeon
July 11th, 2014Not an athlete
October 24th, 2012Major let down
November 23rd, 2010
I'm an athlete and Dr. Raasch has a great deal of experience working with athletes. His office is in the sports medicine building at the Medical College of Wisconsin and the post-op rehab takes place in the same office. What I liked most about working with him was that he took the time to sit and answer all of my questions thoroughly each time I saw him. His bedside manner was excellent and he fixed my bum elbow quickly and as painlessly as possible. The first Orthopaedic surgeon I saw about my elbow seemed to be in a rush to get out of the room and didn't answer my questions the way Dr. Raasch did. He also performed the surgery with a less intrusive arthroscopic procedure than the other guy was suggesting (only 2 small cuts instead of 4). If you're an athlete and you want to get past your injury and back in the game, then I'd recommend paying Dr. Raasch a visit. The sports medicine rehab is also geared toward getting you back into your sport as quickly and safely as possible.
January 11th, 2010If you are a Milwaukee Brewer you will get taken care of otherwise????
Dr Raatsch performed surgury on me. I was given 6 weeks of non weight baering activity of right leg....afterwords severve pain continued to build, nothing to this day has been done about it. Now I am disabled unemployed and still feel I could recover much more so than the condition the man has forced me to live with. His bedside manner is one of very uncaring and treated me a very honest hardworking person as if I was a criminal seeking drugs and fraud before even investigsting the issues at hand. I still have yet to find a doctor who will be willing to take on my now uninsured case.
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