Ratings for Dr. Richard L. Shure
The level of professionalism that this "doctor" displayed is by far the worst! He was rude and condescending and shouldn't be allowed to continue to "treat" anyone. He rushes you through, refused to do an MRI to provide accurate council and because I had asked questions he told me I was disruptive and after diagnosing me and telling me what i needed he decided to write on the paper that I was ok and REFUSED to treat me for my severe pain in my hand. I can't believe that he is is allowed to treat patients like this. How can this be legal?
This is the worst doctor ever! Rude, condescending, and verbally abusive. If you have a workers compensation case, make sure you bring a WITNESS, a CAMERA and a lot of patience. He is by far the worst most unethical "doctor" I have ever met.
Waited over two hours just to be treated very rudely,on the first visit I talked to his back as he sat on the computer and dictated his lies, he refused to listen to any of my concerns and quickly dismissed me. He did all the talking and when I question him he talked over me and basically told me to shut up. I've never been treated so badly by a doctor, I can't believe doctors with this bedside manner are allowed to stay in practice. I don't know if just has issues with worker's compensation patients are if this is how he normally is. It's sad because I thought doctors are supposed to help you not harm you and make you feel worthless.
I don't know if I have ever met a ruder doc. He scheduled me for surgery after a follow because 3 months prior he just gave me a shot of cordizone, hasn't taken ANY MRI's, X-Rays or anything... while dictating his notes (um rudely in front of you) he snaps his fingers for your attention...waited for and 1 hr and 1/2 after scheduled apt, because he was too busy arguing with his nurse about another patient! Um bedside manners? Searching for a 2nd opinion as we speak!
I totally smashed my right wrist playing raquetball when I ran hand first into a brick wall. Dr Shure took a lot of time studying my xrays and then told me he could make no promise of what kind (if any) use I would have of the wrist. He told me I had fractured my wrist into "cornflakes". My hand was basically severd from the arm bones without being cut off, just inside the flesh. He operated and put in pins and an external fixator after having to twist the one usable bone fragment from my hand to attach the rest. I was in a soft cast for 9 weeks. I had to come every 2 weeks to an awesome nurse who removed cast and cleaned with great care the entire wrist, hand, arm with a q-tip and after re-xray she reapplied the cast. Yes, the wait is sometimes long but he is worth it. I have full use of my wrist. I'd say it is 95% and only because of the severity of the injury the wrist is not able to bend back quite as far as it did before accident. I think Dr Shure is the ABSOLUTE BEST !!!
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