I agree with the "Walmart" post. Every time I went I had to wait AT LEAST 45 minutes beyond my appointment time to be seen (sometimes up to 2 hours). Their solution was to keep throwing pain medication at my spine problem instead of actually addressing the issue. It is a numbers game with them; they have a high volume of patients, but a very low quality of service. Finally, after wasting 5 months of my time and hundreds of dollars of my money (not to mention the THOUSANDS my insurance was billed) I left Resurgens and found the proper care with Peachtree Orthopedics and chiropractic. Save your time and money and avoid Resurgens.
Posted: 3/06/2012 • Link to this review
Absolutely no personal service whatsoever. You feel like just another number. This group is entirely too large to give you that personalized service when you need it. It is all about getting you in and out and on to the next patient. After two weeks in a cast, my son was told he now needed surgery and those two weeks of healing were a waste of time. We were back to square one. We sought another opinion with Childrens Orthopaedics of Atlanta. Not only was the visit much more personal, but time spent with us was not an issue to them. They were there for us no matter how much time we needed. We were told surgery was not necessary and in fact the recovery time was shorter than what we were told with Resurgens. I should have started with Childrens Orthopedic first and saved a lot of stress. I can not say enough good things about Childrens. The staff was awesome. They specialize in children. They are extremely knowledgeable and they are there to provide the best care for your son/daughter. Resurgens is not for me.
Posted: 8/17/2011 • Link to this review
Very friendly and extremely good orthopedic office. Dr. Quisling is a great doctor - Highly recommend. Have a friend who works there also who thoroughly enjoys the Doctors and the atmosphere. Very nice modern office; not a typical doctor's office feel; not "clinical". Recommend highly.
Posted: 12/13/2005 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review