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    Comments: When I broke/dislocated my ankle on 01/16/2021, I was faced with a dilemma - wait for a surgical consult from my hospital (upwards of 1 week), or ask around and see if I could get in quickly.

    I settled on OPAOrtho and Dr. Adam. I am not sorry that I did.

    Meeting Dr Adam was a pleasant experience. He took a look at my X-Rays/CT-Scan from the Emergency Room and asked me a few questions. Our conversation centered around "If you can get me back on the Trails running, great. If not, please get me onto the roads. I will be pleased with whatever results we get."

    Due to the severity of the break, we scheduled my surgery for 01/21 in the afternoon. On 01/20, I received a call indicating that my surgery got moved up.

    The day of the surgery, I reviewed the plan we had - pins, plates and a syndesmosis installation. After 90min of being under the "knife," Dr A indicated a successful surgery and sent me home after recovery.

    Following his instructions for post-op care, I am now 4.5 months post-surgery and have started running, multiple times a week, along with PT, strength work, stair stepping and a little bit of soccer.

    The key to this was letting Dr. A know what I wanted (results-wise) but that I put my care into his hands. His concern is genuine and caring-oriented. While he might do these surgery many times a week (or day), I felt like I was his only patient.

    I highly recommend Dr. A.
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeon
  • American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
  • Alpha Omega Alpha
  • University of Washington School of Medicine
  • Brigham And Women's Hospital
  • Harvard Medical School, BWH