Ratings for Dr. Michael B. Aramini
It's amazing to me that just because a doctor is "nice", that that trait immediately makes him a qualified doctor. Oh, he was nice, but he lacks in knowledge base about over pronation, which was never brought up during my examination, which should have been, being that this is where my problem exists. The cordizone injections were very painful, which should NEVER be a part of this procedure. I found this information on the internet: "In an expert's hands, the opposite is more often the case. That is, minimal pain from the procedure is noted while relief from the pain of the inflammation occurs rapidly as a result of the local anesthetic and, as the joint inflammation improves in the next 1-2 days, from the steroid. Occasionally, cortisone injections of joints that have degenerated (become damaged) or that are particularly small (such as finger joints) can be associated with temporary, minor pain at the time of the injection. This is not generally expected. Less frequently, nerves can be irritated, either directly by the needle during the injection or by the corticosteroid medication. Again, this is not common or anticipated." I will never return to this so-called podiatrist.
Drove from Tahoe to see him. This is my foot you're talking about, so you want the best! Doctor with a heart, smart, and knowledgeable. Very professional! 2-1/2 months out from foot surgery, and everything is healing nicely as he said it would. Thank you Dr. Aramini!
I have been a patient of Dr. Aramini for several years since before he got his own office and found him very professional and quick in resolving my problems. In difficult situations he always was able to see me in plenty of time to avert any kind of complications. I would recommend this doctor to anyone.
Dr. Michael B. Aramini's Credentials
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- California College Podiatric Medicine (Grad. 1997)
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