THE BEST! I have been having foot pain for the past few months. I went to two other docs but they could not pinpoint my problem. One doc prescribed me meds for epilepsy that wasn't doing anything but making me sleepy. I was highly referred to make an apt w/Renaissance Foot/Ankle Cntr...I did and was seen by Dr. Alan Deroy. He took x-rays and pinpointed my problem right away. He prescribed me a "Safe/Stomach friendly" anti-inflammatory. I have only taken 1 pill and it's only been less than 24hrs and already I feel amazing. He also recommended a sturdy arch support device to put in my shoes and I'm ever so grateful. His bedside manner was professional, knowledgeable, friendly and kind.
Office was difficult to find, but once there, I had a pleasant experience. The office staff was friendly and efficient. Lots of paperwork as usual. Doctor listened to description of my problem, examined me, asked questions and did what was necessary. The office has sent follow up information and treats patients as part of their community. Good experience
I always have positive experiences whenever I visit the Renaissance Foot & Ankle Center. The facility is easy to find and there is always parking available in front (of the building). The staff is great- from the front desk to the doctors! Everyone is welcoming and I receive excellent care. I would definitely recommend the Renaissance Foot & Ankle Center.
I will NOT return to this practice. First of all, Dr. Duggirala had an "attitude" that day. It probably would been have been better if she had rescheduled her patients and taken a day off. To make matters even worse, she behaved like she didn't feel like discussing my medical concerns with me. She just shot me with cortisone in my foot, didn't tell me what to expect from the shot. Just sent me on my way. I had to call the office back and ask them why they would send me out in the street in that condition in that much pain. The response was "it's painful at first but the effects of the shot will wear off in about 45 minutes or so" . What? How am I supposed to operate a motor vehicle safely? Or do you even care? Goodbye, Renaissance Foot and Ankle.