Ratings for Dr. Gregory A. Lundeen
Dr. Lundeen took the best care of me after a car crash that left me with a trimaleolar fracture. He was prompt, caring, and the surgery was flawless. He and his staff were helpful from the day of my break, until I went back home to Oregon a week later. He set me up to follow up with another amazing surgeon here in Oregon. Couldn't have asked for better care during a traumatic time.
Dr. Greg cast a broken ankle (fibula, Weber type C) despite showing clear signs of active cellulitis. Cast had to come off 3 days later (after an excruciating weekend). Re-cast for four weeks, then he had me in a boot and doing PT even tho I complained it was too painful and wasn't right (this was my 8th fracture, so I knew.) He finally sent me for MRI that revealed no healing whatsoever! So, at nearly four months he performed surgery to implant a plate. After several months he said I was healing nicely, but the ankle still hurt badly and it swelled hugely, half way up my shin/calf if I stood or walked on it more than a couple hours. He said it was nothing. Frustrated, I went to a different doc in Carson who x-rayed it and immediately noticed the implant was too long, damaging tendons below the ankle, and two of the screws were protruding through the fibula into the gutteral space, both of which caused the pain & swelling. Had them removed and symptoms immediately resolved. Stay away!
Lundeen operated on 4 of my toes on my left foot in 8/2011. As as a result of his surgery, all of the toes became crossed over. In 9/2013, another surgeon NOT with ROC did "salvage" surgery on those toes, correcting 90% of the issues Lundeen caused. However, he was not able to repair the plantar plate that Lundeen destroyed. Do NOT have Lundeen do surgery on your feet.
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- University Of Utah School Of Medicine (Grad. 2000)
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