Ratings for Dr. Scott Geddes
Too bad Dopplers were not around in the 80s but they found scleroderma plaque in the arteries of both legs mild type. The veins are strained in the legs because the problem is in the ateries. Well I take aspirin for prophylaxis but no anticoag yet if I need it I will ask for low dose apixaban which I imagine is safe with low eGFR.
I came very close to dying because he refused to listen to me about all my symptoms. Dismissed everything, said it was related to my hernia. Turned out about 7 inches of my bowel had become necrotic. When I asked to be transferred to University Hospital in London, he refused to renew any pain meds. Because I was kept on an epidural pump for nearly 2 weeks I suffered permanent nerve and muscle damage in both my legs. All the time I was in (nearly 2 months, he only saw me three times.) I tell anybody and everybody to avoid him.
Rude misogonist. Confused me with "that "girl" who wanted more pills" - uh no I didn't ask for more pain meds. Barely looked at me at my follow up after surgery. Never did any physical exam. Handed me a RX for pain meds & told me to "go walk around a mall to feel better."
He had already made up his mind about me before we began speaking. Anything I explained to him was met with a smile that showed he was just humouring me. While he is polite and soft spoken, it just serves to mask his arrogance and condescension.
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- BCBS Illinois
- Coventry Health Care