Ratings for Dr. Gerard A. Leotaud
I've only been to his Brooklhn office and have never encountered what people are saying. I'm not saying I was seen at the exact time my appt was for, but honestly, I've never been to a doctors office and NOT had to wait. His demeanor is very professional and he gave me several options before just suggesting surgery, which had been my experience with other podiatrists. I did eventually end up getting a bone spur and bunion removed by him and I am very happy with the result. My physical therapist kept asking me who my doctor was because she had several other patients who were coming to see her with the same issue and their feet were nowhere near the good condition mine was in just having had the surgery 3 months prior. He did a great job and I was even able to train for and run the NYC marathon that same year. I'd definitely recommend him to anyone who is looking for a podiatrist and may also need surgery.
I scheduled an appointment at a curtain time and had to weight more than 45mins to be attended. The staff engaged in personal conversation and forget to keep up with the patient list. When you see the doctor he rushes to get rid of you and doesn't help you with your ailment.If you spend more time waiting to be attended than the time you get checked than that not a doctor that you should be going to. It quite ironic that an office that suppose to be for people with feet problem for there not to be suffient seats available for it's patient which shows how little they care about it's patients.
Dr. Gerard A. Leotaud's Credentials
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- New York College Of Podiatric Medicine (Grad. 2005)
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