Ratings for Dr. Sean A. Reyhani
Wait for over an hour and a half to two hours every time I have an appointment. They say we are sorry you can schedule an appointment at 1 and you will not have to wait . They must overbook appointments or not allow space for so called emergencies.
Dr. Reyhani performed surgery on my left foot for Plantar Faciatis . Recovery was good since I followed his directions to stay off of it for several weeks. For Follow up appointments I was always given reminders from the office staff on my cell phone or at work. He and his staff work quickly to see patients and I spent very little time in the waiting room. He is an excellent doctor and I have recommended him to several of my friends. I would go back to his office if i needed help again.
I had a plantar surgery and was told I would be out of work for four weeks, still in a lot of pain but have been released to go back to work. Dr. Reyhani refuses to make an appointment to follow up with me as I work 12 hr shifts in an ER and cannot walk. My dog is smarter than his office staff, who do not communicate with their patients will be filing a complaint with a higher up if they refuse to still see me
Dr. Reyhani is very friendly, caring and professional. He did surgery on my foot and now I can walk comfortably and wear stylist shoes again. I have referred others to him and if ever I have the need for further foot care I definitely will go to Dr. Reyhani. His staff is also very polite, helpful and professional.
Dr. Reyhani is a very pleasant person. He knows exactly what is needed and gets right on the problem. His staff were polite, helpful and professional. He has given me relief from a painful diabetic foot problem that was not corrected by another physician 2 years ago. I was disappointed that my problem continued for two years and finally asked my regular physician for a good Podiatrist. He referred me to Dr. Reyhani. I will recommend this physician and his staff to anyone with foot and ankle problems.
Doctor Reyhani does not communicate well nor does he provide adequate care. For a Grade 2 ankle sprain, he failed to give prognosis, and treatment, except for pain medication. I had to see another doctor to be told I should have been given a boot. He delayed my recovery by at least 4 weeks
Dr. Sean A. Reyhani's Credentials
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- Ohio College Of Podiatric Medicine (Grad. 2002)
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