Scott AT, Halvorson JJ, O'Gara TJ, Lata AL. Successful manubriosternal fusion following failure of open reduction and internal fixation of a traumatic manubriosternal dislocation. J Bone Joint Surg Case Connect. 2013;3(4):e98.
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Assistant Professor, Orthopaedics
Prevention of Spinal Pathology, Back and Neck Conditions, Degenerative Spine Conditions, Orthopaedics, Spine Trauma, Nerve Trauma
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after the second visit i do not plan to see this provider again.
The doctor provided very limited communication... somewhat arrogant and condescending.
Dr. O'Gara is outstanding in his dealings with patients.
I have not had any bad experiences at any of the offices that I have been at...always courteous when making an appointment also. Very helpful
I was in extreme pain and the surgery took care of it
This Dr acted like I was a bother to him. He walks in the room and addressed me but couldn't acknowledge my parent in any way! It's rude and unprofessional!
Gave me good advice about the need for therapy which I am using with positive results.
I have great confidence in Dr. O'Gara.
Dr. Ogara was, without a doubt, the best Physician I have ever met. He was very honest and genuine and cared about why I was in to see him.
MD was so very helpful. explained different options for me.