I called to find out if they took my insurance after being referred to them by another doctor's office. I was promised that they were considered in-network with my insurance. I went in for a possible toenail fungal infection and left highly annoyed. The doctor took x-rays of both of my feet. I'm still trying to figure out the logic behind that one since only of my toes was in question. I of course was then billed for out-of-network services and the staff was not helpful in any manner to help me resolve my billing dispute. This place is full of crooks in my opinion.
Posted: 10/31/2010 • Link to this review
I have been seeing Dr Courtney Bordenkecher at Allied Foot and Ankle Care for over a year for recurring ankle tendonitis and diabetic foot care and could not be happier. No insurance problems, no hassles, the office staff has always been supportive and Dr Courtney is just wonderful. Maybe you get back what you put out?
Posted: 12/04/2008 • Link to this review
Allied Ankle and Foot Care Center has a rude staff, double billing and no customer service. Over charging me for services. Trying for 3 years now to get my money back!!
Posted: 2/11/2008 • Link to this review
Please heed this warning! Allied Ankle and Foot Care Center has a rude staff, unethical business sense and non-existent customer service. After failing to inform me that my insurance had lapsed prior to surgery, they proceeded to make errors in the coding of my bill, double-charging me for services. Then, while trying to work out an agreement, they put my account in collections one week after I spoke with their medical director! I wish I could give negative stars for their performance. They put me in debt AND they did a botched up job on the surgery. The appearance of the surgical sight is so embarrassing, I don't like wearing sandals anymore.
Posted: 11/09/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review
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Emory University 1996 BS
Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine 2000 Cum Laude