Ratings for Dr. Michael Kesler
Went to see Dr. Kesler for pain in my little toe. He took a quick x-ray and told me I needed hammertoe surgery, which would take 3 weeks to recover from (no driving, out of work, etc). Because I didn't see anything out of the ordinary on the x-ray, I went to another local podiatrist for a second opinion. He immediately was able to tell me I had a cluster of small warts that would be resolved by OVER THE COUNTER topical medicine one could obtain at any local CVS. The other podiatrist was shocked Dr. Kesler could possibly miss such a common ailment. It's been over a year, and warts and pain still haven't resurfaced. Dr. Kesler was ready to give me surgery for absolutely nothing.
Dr Kesler is the best podiatrist I've been to after seeing about everyone else. He was able to figure out my problem which was a tendon tear and performed the surgery to fix it. I am very greatfull to him as I now walk without pain and highly recommend him.
I would highly recommend Dr. Kesler as he always provides excellent service. Over the past 5 years, Dr. Kesler has treated my kids as well as my wife for various conditions such as fungal nail, flat foot and a fractured bone. The doctor is knowledgeable, professional, and consistently provided quality care.. could not be happier.
Dr. Kesler performed ingrown toenail surgery on my son and I am very happy with the result and highly recommend him. My son had very little pain and was very comfortable with the doctor and his staff. The office is clean and modern and we didn't have to wait long. If you're looking for a great Podiatrist, this is the doctor to see.
The insurance person that works there (Maria A.) is the nastiest person I have ever met in my entire life. Her tone is one that aims to belittle. She is not helpful. She ignores your request. She is unkind. She has a negative attitude towards patients. She talks over you and cuts you off when you are trying to speak. She is disrespectful. She hangs up the phone on clients. She yells at patients over the phone. She looks like she does like her job. I felt her anger and frustration as she approached me in the office. As a patient you feel like she does not want to talk to you. I felt worst going out than coming into that office. I prayed for her while leaving that office that she would find peace within herself and that she would learn to treat others with respect, kindness and common courtesy. Save yourself from this office and Maria. Do not go there.
Dr. Michael Kesler's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- New York College Of Podiatric Medicine (Grad. 2003)
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