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Rambacher performed bunionectomies on both feet about 6 years ago. Ruined my life. I've had 3 more surgeries trying to fix what he screwed up, and I need at least two more--though my feet will never be right. One foot is so over-corrected it has made the toes splay out and they are completely hammered; it is so crooked I have to buy shoes two sizes too big. The other foot is worse. The screw came out of the bone into the soft tissue almost immediately. I've since had to have the bones in that foot fused. I have constant pain and cannot wear normal shoes. I wear men's extra wide athletic shoes now with custom orthotics. Don't do it.
Submitted May 30, 2014 | flag
Dr. Rambacher is an excellent Podiatrist who takes the time to listen and hear your primary complaint. He is very personable, knowledgable and explains everything clearly in terms you can understand. I have never waited more than 10 minutes to be seen and am always treated in a respectful and friendly manner. I highly recommend Dr. Rambacher if you are looking for a top notch Podiatrist!
Submitted May 6, 2014 | flag
I consulted with three previous doctors prior to my consultation with Dr. Rambacher. None helped me! Dr. Rambacher diagnosed the problem immediately and and set about to cure me from this (over 30 years) foot problem. Within months after my surgery I returned to normal walking. Dr. Rambacher is truly a "healer". I can't say enough good things about Dr. Rambacher and his wonderful staff. Each visit was positive. They care about their patients. Their aftercare is much appreciated I highly recommend this doctor! 5 DIAMONDS
Submitted Nov. 25, 2013 | flag
Great Doctor and surgeon had foot surgery almost pain free was expecting the worst pain. This doctor is awesome at pain control. This is the Doctor you want working on your feet or ankles. Very clean office and the staff are pro's.
Submitted Oct. 2, 2013 | flag
"Simply THE BEST!" Wow if you have found the BEST Foot Doctor I have ever seen in my 50 years here on earth! I was preparing for a foot surgery from another Dr. and at the last min. I decided to get a second opinion and "Thank you JESUS" I did. They would have preformed an incorrect surgery on my foot and the tools needed for my surgery need to be in place before surgery~ Dr. Rambacher is SO knowledgeable and is really here to take care of people. He also treated my 13 year old daughter for a broken ankle and he took every precaution possible for her to have the best outcome with such a bad break. I just cannot say enough GREAT things about him. I do feel very blessed to have him for my Dr.
Submitted June 6, 2013 | flag
Everyone at the office is friendly and very professional. Dr. Rambacher is careful to explain things and is a great guy. After treatment for myself and my 11 year old daughter, (5 visits) and have no hesitation recommending him to others. My daughter and I are very, very impressed.
Submitted Oct. 22, 2012 | flag
Dr. Rambacher is fantastic. He makes a special effort to listen and make patients feel at home. He is very clear in his diagnosis and has a lot of knowledge which helps him find underlying conditions. He also gives you his number so you can call in times of need.
Submitted Aug. 8, 2011 | flag
Dr. Rambacher is a fantastic Doctor! He focused more on diagnosing my underlying condition that caused my foot problems. By correcting this, he corrected my foot problem. His office staff are always so pleasant and helpful. I go to a lot of other doctors and for once I really feel like his office cares. Dr. Rambacher even gave me his direct number to reach him 24/7. I would definitely recommend this doctor!
Submitted Aug. 2, 2011 | flag
Dr. Rambacher is VERY customer service oriented. His office is open at night to accommodate the typical 9-5 workers, his demeanor is always positive, he takes his time to explain everything to you to make sure you fully understand what the problem is and the various possible solutions. His staff gets to know you, as well. Too bad he's a podiatrist and can't be my Primary Care Physician.
Submitted Dec. 22, 2010 | flag