Dr Cahill and her assistant, Jessica, were excellent. Explained the results of my x-rays. Explained why a splint would be better than a boot for 4 weeks, and informed me any further care for possible issues with care and possible issues. They were both gentle while applying the splint and…
Raymond T. O'Hara, D. P. M. Podiatric Foot & Ankle Surgeon
"Love Dr. Bernstein. I needed surgery on my rotator Cuff and Dr. Bernstein did an awesome job. I'm almost good as new!!!! He has taken care of my whole family one time or another. He really cares abt his patients and is very serious his patients understand everything that he's…
“Dr. Tashima is wonderful. He's Down to earth he's considerate and genuinely concerned about your pain. He's willing to go the extra mile to find a way to help your pain level. He's always professional and on time.”
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