Ratings for Dr. Daniel D. Anderson
Dr. Anderson is so helpful and nice. I trust him with my health. After a year of having knee pain in both knees and no one could tell me what was wrong then I went to see Dr. Anderson he diagnosed me right away and I had surgery. My knees are doing so much better. I would tell everyone to see him!!!
I had Dr. Anderson for years. I suffer from severe RA and have complications due this chronic disease. He replaced, my knee, helped me through a broken foot, and cleaned out my shoulder. I am only in my 40's and he genuinely cares about my standard of life and helps me as much as possible. Between him and ongoing physical therapy, I can care for my children and get around with decent mobility. I find him very caring and very professional. He expects intellegent questions, which he answers honestly. When you injure a bone or a joint, there will be pain and recover involved. Expect it and Deal. But I find him one of my best resources to date for orthopedic care!
Holy cow! I can't believe the bad reviews for Dr. Anderson. I've been going to him for YEARS. He's preformed a surgery on my knee and a reconstructive surgery on my ankle. If it wasn't for him, I'd probably still be living with chronic pain. He's the only Dr. who was able to correctly diagnose and correct a problem with my ankle. The same problem I had for 14 years before I went to him. I had all but lost hope until he not only diagnosed, but fixed me. I owe him a lot. I also find his bedside manner to be STELLAR. He really cared about how I was doing and coping. As for his staff, I LOVE THEM! They're great! They always love to pass around my kids if I have to have an x-ray while in the office.
I have seen Dr. Anderson for 3 different injuries. The last being my most frustrating. Due to a rush to diagnosis and not spending anytime to really find the problem, I have wasted 2-weeks of recovery and was diagnosed with the wrong injury - will never go to him again. His office staff is VERY UNPROFESSIONAL!!!
Dr. Daniel D. Anderson's Credentials
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- George Washington University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1985)
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