William H Simon, DPM practices as a Podiatrist in VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
Atlantic Foot & Ankle Center
ServicesWilliam H Simon, DPM provides podiatry in VIRGINIA BEACH, VA at 1788 REPUBLIC RD STE 300, VIRGINIA BEACH, VA 23454. Podiatrists are able to treat conditions and disorders of the foot, ankle and lower leg. A Podiatrist may treat bunions, calluses, ingrown toenails, heel spurs or foot deformities.
To determine if William H Simon, DPM can help you, please call the VIRGINIA BEACH, VA office at (757) 481-0898 for more information.
They always return my phone calls quickly. I always know that I'll get a prompt answer to my question. They're always able to answer simple questions over the phone. They only make me schedule appointments if necessary. It was very easy to get an appointment. They have a very flexible schedule and get me in quickly every time. They were late a few times to my appointments. I wish they had made more of an effort to be on time. I didn't experience any unnecessary pain during my visit, and I was amazed at how much better I felt after I left.
Not only did they not welcome my questions, they just dismissed them as unimportant. I felt like they didn't really care about helping me. They were extremely argumentative and became angry very easily. I was trying to explain my situation and they just contradicted everything I was saying before I could finish. I never have to worry about them overbooking appointments. They definitely believe in quality over quantity here and it is much appreciated. Not only were they unwilling to seek any sort of advice from anyone else when they didn't have an answer for me, they highly discouraged me from seeking anyone else's opinion. Just as a side note, I was very impressed with how conveniently located this business was and how close it was to other shopping centers. It was so easy to find, I didn't have any trouble at all.
Everything they originally told me they would be able to do for me, they ended up not being able to do. I felt lied to. After first surgery, pain got worse-was supposed to be better. (a 'routine' surgery). Another doctor said hardware was probably too large but Dr. Simon said that was impossible. (he doesn't make mistakes). It took almost a year, my INSISTING on the hardward being taken out and another MRI to show his TOO large hardware had chewed into the tibia. I'm permanently disabled and in pain only because of his god complex. Had it been removed quicker, my foot would not have fused incorrectly. I was way too patient in trusing him-he was way too pious to admit he made a mistake!
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