Ratings for Dr. Douglas Legay
I have underwent 3 surgical procedures, two hips and a shoulder. Dr Leguay and his team are very professional and compassionate, they always were very polite, kind hearted and very knowledgeable. Dr Leguay is filledwith knowledge and experience. I may be looking at other intervention and if I have the choice, he will be my surgeon again. Thank you for your relentless efforts in contributing makin my life better and reaching an acceptable level of physical fitness and personal wellbeing.
Excellent surgeon! Very knowledgeable, professional and with excellent bedside manner. He is kind and caring as is Janice, his admin assistant. I highly recommend Dr. Legay for orthopedic surgery and care. I was delivered from extreme knee pain. I don't believe in miracles; however, this feels like a miracle.
Excellent bedside manner! Very knowledgeable and helpful! He is a sports medicine doctor which is a high standard of excellent care! His secretary is excellent and has a huge responsibility of trying to book patients in accordingly! Shoulders are his specialty and I highly recommend Dr. Legay to anyone needing an orthopedic surgeon for their shoulder.
Excellent Surgeon. Very busy and so you'll have to wait. Fixed my shoulder so that I can lift weights just 4 months after surgery. No complications. Not the most personable at first, but hey, he fixed me and that's all I care about. I highly recommend for any shoulder issue.
Strolled into his office an hour 15 minutes late.Proceeds to ask me why I "think" I have problems with my hips-my xrays were on the screen and the report from referring doctor on his desk. Answer his questions-he then shrugs his shoulders and says "probably just a touch of bursitis". After exam, he decides it's not my hips, but my back,and sends me for xrays.His helpful advice?-stay thin.Go for xrays, call for appointment to go over results-rudely told by receptionist "Dr.Legay doesn't deal with backs". I then ask if he is referring me to someone who does, and am then told to go see my family doctor, where I'm told-"oh, it's just a little arthritis. Long story short-it's not "a touch of bursitis", it is two majorly messed up hips that at the very least will require arthroscopic surgery, if not replacements.
HAD ACL REPAIR, "FASTENER" FELL OUT AT PHYSIO. WAITED A MONTH TO FIND OUT WHAT WAS CAUSING MY KNEE TO BE LOCKED IN A BENT POSITION, BECAUSE HE WENT ON VACATION FOR 2 WEEKS NEXT DAY... GOING TO PHYSIO EVERY DAY TO HAVE IT MANIPULATED TO TRY AND FREE IT UP, THAT WAS FUN, 4 WEEKS LATER, THATS WHEN HE DID A SCOPE AND FOUND FASTENER LYING IN KNEE JOINT. QUOTE " I WISH I HAD OF DONE AN X-RAY FIRST, WOULD HAVE LOOKED COOL". HOW IS THE REPAIR? "WELL ITS STRETCHED A LITTLE, JUST LIVE WITH IT, SHOULD BE FINE. 2 YEARS LATER DR STANISH REPAIRED MY ACL "PROPERLY" 20 YEARS ALMOST TO THE DAY HAD TO HAVE TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT DUE TO DAMGE CAUSED FROM FASTENER FALLING INTO JOINT. THANKS FOR 17 YEARS OF AGONY! USE LOCTITE NEXT TIME...
Dr. Douglas Legay's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
Areas of Expertise
Awards & Recognitions
Publications & Research