As separate business entities working under the same roof we are often able to collaborate efforts to ensure the best possible patient care and treatment outcomes.
I cannot say enough good things about Dr. Paul Plaskett. He is a board certified orthopedic chiropractor, who works in tandem with me in the management of our patients. I say “our” patients, because we mutually refer patients to each other as we each feel the other could help. He offers a skill set that I and physical therapy cannot provide.
I think what has really struck me about Dr. Plaskett, however, is his constant and thorough communication. Communication between providers has become very impersonal and often incomplete in our computer based world. Dr. Plaskett places emphasis on correspondence and will do so, not out of obligation, but because it is good for continuity of care. I need to be able to refer my patients to someone I trust and for whom I have infinite amounts of respect, because they trust me.
Lastly, I struggle to remember a patient that I have referred to Dr. Plaskett, who did not benefit from his care. His compassion for his patients and passion for his calling are evident the first time you meet him. I think those are important traits to possess, because they instill trust in the patient and puts them at ease. My patients are always impressed by his depth of knowledge and ability to heal.
Paul has provided conservative treatment options to a number of my non-surgical patients. I like his approach utilizing both rehabilitative exercise and chiropractic manual therapy. He is able to combine the expertise from both of those backgrounds to optimize his patients’ outcomes.
I had some major back pain from a hockey injury. After spending hours getting care elsewhere (didn’t help) I came in to see Dr. Paul Plaskett. Not only was he able to talk through how my rib injury was affecting my back, but after a few minutes of him doing his work, I immediately felt relief. The next morning I was MUCH better. One more trip to his office and I’m back out playing hockey again. AMAZING. THANKS!!!!!
Doctor Paul, I would like to report to you that Jonathan went to an id soccer camp at Marquette University in Milwaukee last night. He participated and performed very well! His agility, reaction, response, speed and his natural athletic ability was intact and caught the eye of the coaches. Thank you for helping Jonathan heal and perform at his best!