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To start off, this was the first sort of experience I had with surgery. I was referred to Dr.Gurr in 2010 due to a herniated disc (L5). I was 16 years old and had a lot of sciatic leg pain (never had back pain until post-op), and despite PT for a couple months, it kept getting worse. When I first met Dr.Gurr, he was reassuring and comforting about surgery. When I left the consultation I was given a book for post-op exercises and care by the secretary. That is next to all the info I was given for post-op. The day of the surgery, doctors in the OR were very kind, but Dr.Gurr himself barely said a word to me. The first consultation post-op, he asked me questions, but didn't give me much advice. The second and last one, he was nearly two hours late and rushed during the appt. Two years later, I have severe pain 24/7 in my entire spine and I feel it's because I didn't do things right post-op, since I was never properly instructed. :( I had to find out on my own how important exercises are.
Submitted July 12, 2013 | flag
I recently had a lumbar discectomy performed by Dr Gurr. I found him to be one of the most unassuming doctors that I have ever met, let alone received services from. He has excellent bedside manner, a great sense of humour (important to me in putting me at ease) and all in all the experience could almost be described as ‘’pleasant’. I wish I could say the same for the intern that examined me before Dr Gurr came into the room. The intern was ready to send me away with the impression that surgery was not an option, but Dr Gurr then looked at the MRI and corrected him. Literally less than two weeks later I was on the table … after a 20 year history of back pain, I finally found someone willing to take a good look. I am still recovering, and have numbness and discomfort still, but it’s only been three or four weeks since the cut and I have hopes for at least a chance of recovery … something that no one has given me to this point. I highly recommend Dr Gurr for back surgery. Great guy.
Submitted Nov. 1, 2011 | flag
Very helpful, answered all our questions, gave us all the time we needed with him, that's why he was not on time for the appointment. Got in our 1:30 appointment at 3:15 and talked to a fellow first, then the surgeon, but we did not leave the appointment until about 5pm! Pretty nice/friendly though, (actually has social skills!) i was nervous at first, but happy with how the appointment went. The staff was friendly and helpful too.
Submitted Oct. 25, 2011 | flag
When you expect to see a Orthopedic surgeon after a 8 month wait and only see his intern I find it very discerning We waited almost 2 1/2 hours to see him and did not only his Intern Intern said should have another MRI of spine lesion to see if there is any interval changes, and try Facet Injection for degenerative changes causing pain Intern sending referring DR recommdations regarding future MRI,& Facet Injections LOL these were already in the works thanks to my GP Brought MRI regarding neck pain and disc bulging never even addressed it Very Disappointed in Dr. Gurr have seen him over the years for work place accident and 2 car accidents injuring low back and Whip-Lashes
Submitted Dec. 22, 2010 | flag
My wife was rushed, to Dr Gurr, March 8th 2010. He immediately booked her a room, and did surgery March 12th! She was in so much pain, Morphine, was not touching it. She suffered for 9 years with leg pain, and had a "monster" tunour at L4 & L5 Nerve area. Dr Gurr came to see me, after 5.5 hours, and he looked like he was, just coming in, to work.. lol This guy, is a Angel, in a operating gown..She had immediate pain relief.. Now 6 months later, she has growth showing in fusion, and will be back, to work, next spring! This Doctor, should be given a medal, for the brillant work he does.. And his followup is wonderfull...
Submitted Sept. 16, 2010 | flag
I cannot comment on the Dr. yet but the nurse from the phone sure is a very uncaring, rude and condesending person. If she doesn't like her job then maybe she should try something else. I called there after waiting 8 months just to see where things stood regarding appt. ect. She rudely informed me that my referal was sent back to my Family Dr. 6 months previous because I had a Dr. already. The reason for the referal was because I moved and am 9 hours away from original Dr. and he would like me to see someone closer; and gave me Dr. Gurrs' name. I tried to explain this to her but she was snippy like a mother bear protecting her cub. I will try somewhere else.
Submitted Sept. 15, 2010 | flag
Dr Gurr is excellent. I had an amazing surgical outcome. Do not complain about punctuality, he is often tardy because he takes as much time as needed to explain things to often nervous and confused patients. He has outstanding surgical hands and a kind personality, and that folks, is all that matters!!
Submitted Sept. 7, 2010 | flag
Dr. Gurr operated on me for scoliosis (spinal fusion) some 15 years ago and he was then and is now a GREAT surgeon. He explained everything in detail and the surgery went perfectly. 15 years later everything is still holding togerther nicely and I've never had to go back for any problems. With him, you're in good hands.
Submitted March 25, 2010 | flag
Dr. Gurr is an amazing doctor! He operated on me to treat my scoliosis in June 2009 (about 5 months ago) and I am feeling great. When I was recovering in the hospital he even came around to visit post-op inpatients on his day off! He is very personable and kind. He answered all of my questions that I had and made sure I knew what was happening before the surgery took place. The staff at the hospital are absolutely exceptional and they made my hospital stey enjoyable. Thank-you so much Dr. Gurr!
Submitted Nov. 4, 2009 | flag
i presented with a ruptured disk after a 5-month wait. i was allowed 15 minutes with his "assistant" to answer questions, which were relevant. when dr. gurr appeared, he spent 1 minute listening to his man's summary, 1 minute telling me he would not operate(too small) and 2 minutes asking about the company i worked for. he had never heard of it and was more interested in it than in me. he had nothing to contribute as far as help in dealing with the disk. as he left he suggested over his shoulder that i should get off oxycontin. i am on a low-low dose per day. i have since gotten myself into physical therapy, which has helped more than anything. total time with the doctor's ego 4 minutes. i asked the staff how soon i could get in if i needed to come back. all i got was a stern, we don't know (care) response. obviously, if i do need surgery, it will be at another hospital somewhere.
Submitted Oct. 29, 2009 | flag
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