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Ratings for Dr. Kevin E. Macadaeg

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This doctor injected into my hip socket steriods but missed ythe target and burst the bursa sac around the joint causing a large cyst to form which is pressing down on a nerve in my inner thigh causing terrible pain for almost 2 years. I originally went for treatment for pain on my upper outside right thigh which he guessed as hip joint pain I got 3 injections the third was done in August of 2014. I found out later the pain in my upper leg was caused by Crestor/Zetia when I quit taking in December of 2014.. Now I am in extreme pain in my crotch injection area and all of the doctors I have consulted with says it is caused by Paget diesease of the hip joint. I had a very painful MRI in july of 2016 and on the MRI it shows a large cyst where the injection was made into my hip joint proving the pain was caused by the injection. Still the doctors won'tr admit they made a mistake and here I sit in pain due to a Doctor's error in judgement. This has totally ruined my retirement years as I ca barely walk after getting out of bed in the morning and evey time I get up form sitting down. Thumbs down for this guy. I thank Indiana Spine for all of the suffering I have had in the last two years.

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flag | Submitted July 21, 2016

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I saw Dr. Macadaeg numerous times. He treated my back symptoms by giving me shots in my back. These helped for a while, but when he referred me to Dr. Smucker I was told that they couldn't find anything wrong with my back and if he did surgery he wouldn't know what he was looking for so it wouldn't do any good to have surgery. This was a year ago and in the meantime I have been having acupuncture treatments which have helped considerable. As for Dr. Macadaeg I liked him very much and felt he was truly trying to help me.

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flag | Submitted July 12, 2016

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He gives up on patients quickly. If something textbook and quick doesn't work he's done, but I'd rather him over D. Nordemann in the same office who is just a narcissist.

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flag | Submitted February 25, 2015

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I was berated by this man. He didn't even take the time to look at me. He just said "we cant help you" with no explanation. His nurse nor any of the other staff would help or offer any answers as to exactly why they couldn't help.

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flag | Submitted June 11, 2013

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dr. macadaeg does not give enough credit to the patient and when you cannot not do the physical therapy he recommended....gives up on you. he is very knowledgable but hope you can do exactly as he says or out you go

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flag | Submitted April 9, 2008

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Biography

Kevin E. Macadaeg, M.D., a founding member of Indiana Spine Group, is a minimally invasive spine specialist focusing on spinal diagnostics and therapeutics. Additionally, he is a clinical assistant professor for Indiana University School of Medicine’s department of anesthesiology, and an adjunct assistant professor for the physician assistant program at the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Butler University. He is board certified in anesthesiology and pain management. Dr. Macadaeg’s areas of special medical interest include minimally invasive spinal diagnostics / therapeutics and spine research.


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Education

  • Wayne State Univ Sch Of Med, Detroit Mi 48201 (Grad. 1987)

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Awards & Recognitions

  • Top Doctors - 2013

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