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Ratings for Dr. THOMAS P. Moran

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My experience with Dr. Moran has been phenomenal! After I broke my ankle he quickly strategized a plan to get me back to 100 percent. He is a skilled surgeon and an attentive and caring person.

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flag | Submitted May 8, 2017

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Dr. Moran operated on my elbow and hasn't bothered me since. Nice guy and professional staff.

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flag | Submitted May 8, 2017

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Great experience with Dr. Moran. Operated on my wrist and hasn't bothered me since!

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flag | Submitted August 31, 2015

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Excellent experience. Staff was courteous and professional

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flag | Submitted April 27, 2015

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I visited Dr Moran several times for a minor Tibial Plateau Fracture (2 millimeter crack). His first response to the xray was that the injury was minimal and that in a couple of weeks I'd be fine. I had an MRI done which showed some other minor issues but no significant tears. For 8 weeks I saw Dr. Moran and explained on each occasion that I was experiencing severe sharp pain on the inside left of my right knee and the crack in the top of my Tibia was on the right side of my leg. Dr. Moran dismissed my concerns every single appointment and after I wrote a letter detailing my pain and symptoms his assistant sent me to another doctor in his practice - Dr Diana - because Dr. Moran "could not figure out why I still had pain". Dr. Diana was significantly worse than Dr. Moran in that he was even less helpful and more condescending that Dr. Moran. I do not recommend Dr. Moran or CT Ortho Specialists since they apparently have become an insensitive patient processing machine.

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Submitted March 20, 2013

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I brought my spine x-rays and MRI report for his view, to perhaps do a quick exam and tell me what the report means and what I should do about my lower back pain. However, as soon as he heard it was a back problem, he immediately said that I had to make an appt. with another one of his group of Dr's who handle back problems. Then walked me out to the girl telling her to give me an appt. with the other man. I was in and out in two minutes. And they had the nerve to charge me and the ins.co. for the visit! P.S. I went to the other dr..who was not very helpful. He walked in and said, "what's up'? like he didn't see the report and didn't know why I was there. I said my back feels better, and he said, "then why are you here"? He did suggest that possibly physical therapy could help.(part of their service) However, Two weeks later, my back got better by itself! I will definitely not use this group again.

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flag | Submitted October 3, 2009

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  • Cornell University Medical College (Grad. 1990)

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