Ratings for Dr. John Brayton
I had 3 collapsed discs removed and fused with a titanium bracket, using all four disks. That was in the year 2000. Its 2017 and I am thankful for the fact that he saw how serious it was and performed the surgery immediately. I followed up with him about seven years later when I was having some neck pain, but that has passed and I have full mobility and have stayed very active. my opinion is he is a terrific surgeon!
I am better than I was before the surgery, however, I am not well. I have been trying to see Dr. Brayton to understand the return of my back pain a year after surgery. I called in February and was given an appointment in May. Today it was canceled until I receive epidural shots which were ordered after the dr. saw my MRI but before I could ask questions about the nature of my condition and the possible side effects the treatment. I cannot get my questions answered thoroughly. Surgery is part of the care. The job isn't done if I am not well, and I am now unable to see the doctor who is knowledgable about my condition. Although all evidence points to Dr. Brayton being a good surgeon, I strongly recommend going elsewhere if your goal is total health.
Absolutely the best in his field. Highly regarded for his expertise. Thoroughly professional. He is totally dedicated to his profession. He has surrounded himself with competent staff that are helpful in every aspect of his practice. I couldn't be more pleased with the results of my experience with Dr. Brayton, his staff and Delnor hospital. Highly recommended.
Dr. John Brayton's Credentials
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- Northwestern University Medical School (Grad. 1990)
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