Ratings for Dr. John T. Andronaco
I had an MRI which stated that I had a torn meniscus in the right knee. I had an Arthoscopy in July 2007 to find out that I had nothing wrong with my knee in the first place. I was not told until one week after my surgery since the Dr. did not wait to tell me or my family after the surgery was completed. I have since had two Epidural blocks, (no relief) and countless physical therapy. Now, I am in more pain then I was before almost 1 year later.
Had knee replacement. Knee was bleeding after the operation for over 2 weeks. Finally, he went back in and found a staff infection. He immediately turned the case over to another doctor stating that if the knee has to come out, he does not handle the operation. He never came back to check on my condition. Also and most important, was he careless and as a result, I got infected? I do not know. Felt bad that he did not have the decency to check up or call to see how I was doing. Says something about a person.
Had a hip replacement is worse know than before I had the surgery. I kept telling him something was wrong,could not even do rehab. Went to a new dr. and have to have the hip replaced again. But I knew something was wrong from the very beginning as soon as the surgery was done, never saw him in the hospital and sent someone on call to see me and did not even know that he performed the surgery with him. I WILL NEVER RECOMMEND THIS DOCTOR!!!!!!!! And out of all the people I spoke with in visiting the new orthopedic they say the same thing the surgery he did only had to be done over by someone else. I am a young women just reached into her 40's and my life has been on hold for the last two years behind his mess. Try finding another dr. willing to go and correct someone elses incompetence!!!!!
Dr. John T. Andronaco's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- University De Ciencias Med San (Grad. 1972)
Areas of Expertise
Awards & Recognitions
Publications & Research