Ratings for Dr. Andrew S. Black
I met Dr Black at sj elmer hospital wound care. I saw a Vineland Dr. before and was signed to have a toe removed when an insurance problem occured. Thank goodness I went to the wound care center saw Dr Black he had me turned around in a few weeks still have the toe. I see him every ten weeks. There is no better.
Had a bunion removed and my toe straightened. Followed Doctors instructions to the t and did not experince any problems or complications. Was given the time off I needed to make sure foot had healed properly. Would definitely recommend him to anyone for bunion problems.
I was forced to work with a foot condition that caused me excrutiating pain-- would not allow me a lousy 2-3 weeks of badly needed disability!! It took him 3 mos to finally correct the problem. He said we needed to go through the channels for insurance purposes before I could get the tx I needed which was shock wave tx. So I worked the whole time I had the painful problem.
My child went to him, she is 12. He gave her had inserts, then she hurt her foot in dance, so she got x-rays and a bone scan, nothing showed up. He wanted to put her in a cast. I said no your not if you don't know why shes going in one. So, I called AI Dupont and got her in with DR.Kruse he said she has severe diease and also said she shouldn't be wearing hard inserts she needs a soft heel cup. He put her into a cast for 2 weeks and said she may need therapy after it's off. Dr. Black said she had flat feet but she doesn't she has something else, but i forget what it is called. NEVER GO TO DR. BLACK! he made my daugther's foot worse!! I sent all this money on him for nothing I hade to pay 20% of the x-rays and the bone scan, when I could have sent her to AI Dupont in the first place and it would of NEVER EVER happened!!! I AM SO MAD!!!
Dr. Andrew S. Black's Credentials
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- Temple University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1983)
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