Ratings for Dr. Jeffrey S. Hurless
I had knee pain in both knees when running, Dr. Hurless made a pair of orthotics and recommended Brooks shoes. Within 2 days of wearing the orthotics, my knees stopped hurting. The office as clean, the staff was friendly, he was very nice and knowledgeable. I highly recommend.
Dr Hurless is a nice guy, and seems competent and thorough. I did have a problem with the billing where they said it was covered and it turned out not to be. Not sure if it was really their fault since they said it is my EMPLOYER that had some limitation on the Aetna policy. We ended up splitting the difference, so I payed $250. Still, they should have said "probably" covered, in which case i would have either checked it out or refused. I say that because this is my second set of orthotics and i find them (still ) to be not that comfortable, so I probably wouldn't have bought a second pair unless I thought they were covered. They may be good for my posture (in theory) but in reality they just aren't that comfortable in the long run. ALSO they don't breath at all (!), like having two pieces of rubber mat under your feet. I never wear them anymore after a month or so or trying. What a waste.
Dr. Hurless and his wonderful staff helped me out immensely. I stub my toe in the early morning(really bad) and Dr. Hurless and his staff made room for me that afternoon. Nice environment that made me feel comfortable not like some Dr's offices I've had the to visit in the past. Again, I'd like to thank Dr. Hurless and his entire staff. I'd highly reccomend him to anyone suffering from foot/ankle pain or injuries.
I had a wierd foot pain in tw back of my heel going on for a long time, i went and saw 2 other pediatrists who basically just told me to ice it and didnt help at all! When i went to Dr. Hurless he knew the problem immediately and gave me my treatment options! I can feel my pain lessening and am starting to live my life again! Thank you Dr. Hurless -Nizz
Unhappy after my appointment a few weeks ago. Nice looking office but it is all a facade. The medical assistant working that day seemed to hate her job and was not worried that it showed so much to the customers. I will not be going back. What has happened to good customer service? For the amount everything costs these days, especially in healthcare, some good people skills are essential.
Dr. Jeffrey S. Hurless's Credentials
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- California College Podiatric Medicine (Grad. 1997)
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