Ratings for Dr. Ronald A. Graham
The first Dr. that i've ever seen who would actually sit down and talk to you in depth about your medical problem, and honestly explain what he could/couldnt do to help. He may not tell you what you want to hear, but he will tell you how it is. Has never acted like he was in a hurry to get me seen and out of his office so he could get to another patient. Very good at describing what is happening to you in plain english.
This is the best doctor on the mississippi gulf coast. He is very thorough and explains everything. I attended physical therapy like I was supposed to do and my result is excellent. I believe if you are a compliant patient then your results will be excellent.
After having been seen by other Dr. This man is in my opinion is very unprofessional. He does not ask how you are, he wants to tell you how you are! Told me I was having no pain just stiffness (after surgery),I replied that I didnt know if it was pain ,pressure or stiffness,but, it hurt. He became very red-faced angry but, wrote me a rx for pain meds. I soon after changed drs
My mother went to him for a knee replacement. I witnessed him change her bandages in hospital repeatedly without washing his hands or wearing gloves. She was in worse knee pain until her death. Whole body scans before she died revealed that her knee replacement had "abnormalities". He definitely has the "God syndrome" that some older physicians have.
This "doctor" is a joke. He will not listen to your complaints and then recommends unnecessary treatment. I was having extreme knee pain after car accident and he said it was my back causing the problem. Said my back was causing me to walk funny thereby causing my knee to hurt. He wanted to send me to a back doctor but I declined. I went to another doctor who performed surgery on my knee and I am now pain free. And by the way he is extremely arrogant.
Can I say YUCK? He told my father he needed a hip replacement. Dad had arthritis but not that bad. Ten years later, he is still ambulating fine with tylenol for pain. For me: He diagnosed something unrelated to my consult without touching me or looking at reports. He accused my gait as being the reason for the pain in my knee. I assure you, I never walk like a duck like he assumed. To top it all off, he ignored growing pain after surgery. Later, another physician x-rayed and discovered I had BROKEN my patella at least 6 months earlier. I felt vindicated re: the pain but the DR. refused to come near me when I was ordered to return to his care. Additionally, while I was waiting to be seen, I observed one of his receptionists give MEDICAL ADVICE over the phone.
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- University Of Mississippi School Of Medicine (Grad. 1979)
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