Rate Dr. DENNIS L. MARTA
Dr. DENNIS L. MARTA's Ratings
The staff is very friendly and kind they got me in after being on a cancelation list. When I got there they were very kind asked if I wanted water or coffee and got me back in 10 min. Which was great. However while walking back there I saw tons of toenails on the floor and skin. I should have turned back then. They then had me do a foot bath which looked like a cat liter box. When he came in he was kind as I was telling him my issues it seemed to go in one ear and out the other. I got an "ohh guy"??? ummmm what. needless to say he proceeded to go at my foot with tools which did NOT seem sterile. THEN his personal cell phone rang multiple times which he decides to leave in the middle of my visit with my feet dripping with soapy water and me raised about 3ft in the air to go answer his phone!!! Mind you this was the first time I was there! He then came back and worked on my feet with no regard to me saying it hurt and just continued on. while I was walking out to check out he then
Submitted Aug. 20, 2013 | flag
THE BEST!!!!! Staff and Doctor are great. After seeing another doctor for the same problem with severe pain the staff fit me in immediately. I had a severe infection in my foot. Dr. Marta cleared it up quickly and I see him pretty regularly for an ongoing problem. I would highly recommend Dr. Marta and his wonderful staff to anyone.
Submitted Aug. 7, 2013 | flag
Dr. Marta is a superb Podiatrist who fixed my hang nail that was absolutely killing me. Not only that, he is very kind and seemed to actually care about my foot (unlike another Podiatrist I saw). Excellent service and I couldn't recommend him enough!
Submitted Jan. 9, 2013 | flag
Dr. Marta kindly agreed to squeeze me into his schedule when I had an ingrown toenail while vacationing in Palm Springs. He was prompt, pleasant and welcoming. However - he appeared in what looked to be a bloodstained lab coat, and proceeded to take his nail clippers out of - and I am not making this up - a rusty tackle box, where the instruments did not appear to be sterile. He offered no painkiller, clipped painfully at my toenail, and then neither put ointment on it nor bandaged it. Result - within 10 days, it was badly infected, and I had to see a podiatrist in my own town for more extensive treatment. Why didn't I run away when I saw the lab coat and tackle box? No idea, but don't make my mistake. This doctor is problematic.
Submitted March 1, 2012 | flag