Thank you Dr. Lai! If they gave more stars I’d give them on this review

I waited to write this review until my full year recovery.
I was a 55 year old patient with reconstructive surgery on 3 metatarsals. They were broken in a multitude of places. Adding to this my bones mended before surgery due to the fact that my original X-rays from the podiatrist appeared less complicated. Dr. Lai who has a pleasant demeanor took additional X-rays because I wasn’t mending properly. So he actually had to break and reset my metatarsals. I consider myself fortunate to have had such an outstanding surgeon. Dr. Lai was also top notch with my stitches. You can barely see them. I have no pain a year later and I walk as part of my exercise and enjoyment in my life. If they gave more stars I’d give them on this review. Thank you Dr. Lai and your entire surgical staff!
Cecilia Murphy
– Wildwood, NJ

The best doctors are right here in South Jersey at this practice!

 

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Richard B. Islinger, MD

Richard B. Islinger, MD

I Came to Dr. Islinger for an ankle fracture. The doctor took a lot of time at every visit explaining what was seen on exam, and my progress. I listened to instructions and followed them as told, and was very happy with my choice of doctor. I Could not have chosen anyone better. Forget what everyone says about going to a doctor in Philly.

The best doctors are right here in South Jersey at this practice. Dr. Islinger was surely the best!

– Donna Vetrone, Atlantic City, NJ

 

My Ankle Story…

Patient: John Sugden
Physician: Ted C. Lai, DPM

Lai-JohnI had a bad ankle and hadn’t been able to walk
without it giving out for the last 15 years, until I met Dr. Lai!

I had been to a couple of doctors, but never got an answer I was comfortable with. They talked about bone grafts and ankle replacement or just plain fusing it. So, I continued to wrap it and wear high boots that laced up into the calf so I could walk.

I went to see Dr. Lai and told my wife, the first time he says six months on crutches, I am leaving. I told him what I had been through up to this point and he said he has new procedures that can be done and if the dead bone was my only problem I would be back on my feet in no time. I had torn all of the tendons and ligaments in the ankle as well as fracturing it at some point. He said he would fix the dead bone problem minimally invasively and then take the tendons and ligaments apart to weave them back together the way they belonged. He told me I would be non-weight bearing for 6-8 weeks on crutches and then in a boot for four months. This was a lot better than being non-weight bearing for a year, so I said let’s do it.

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