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Rodine Green

Thank you for preserving and striving to find the very best options, even when my foot was not cooperating! So thankful you have been my doctor all these years, but even more, you’ve been a caring and loving listening ear throughout the years. I will always be glad you were/are on my side.

Rodine Green

Thank you! For always being vigilant and observant, for continuing to look for the answer, and for treating me with the utmost in core and compassion. You are an exceptional doctor but more than that, a caring and compassionate person. So glad you were/are on my side


Dear Dr. Fedorchak & Staff,

I just wanted to thank you all for the excellent care you gave me. You were all so empathetic and kind. It was amazing and unbelievably appreciated to get an appointment on the day I called! In addition, your follow through on any question or issue was exemplary.

I have never been to an office where it was so pleasant to be a patient! Right now I am trying to get this RCPS under control and will follow up when I know something.

Warm Regards,



Thank you so much for the excellent care, in treating Brendan’s painful foot. He is doing so much better!!


Michele (RN) & Brendan


Dear Dr. Fedorchak,

I am writing this letter to give thanks to you. While vacationing last year Ryan had a lot of pain in his feet and ankles while walking. He was in tears because his pain was so bad. This year, after the surgery on his feet, we went on vacation again. This time when I asked Ryan about pain in his feet, he said just the soles of his feet were a little sore. The pain he had previously was gone.

I am so thankful that he had the surgery. It upset me to see him in so much pain before. I also noticed his feet are straight and aligned now. Thanks so much! Ryan is thankful too. Also, you and your staff have been very good to us, and have taken the time to answer all out questions.

Please feel free to share this letter with others that may be considering this surgery.


Carrie, RN
March 28, 2016


Last Friday I graduated U.S. Army Ranger School, the culmination of ten months’ training here at Fort Benning, Georgia and the last significant step before serving in an infantry unit. This accomplishment seemed beyond my reach until the very moment in which I achieved it. Through the trying times of some of the hardest days in my life, I feared my lungs, legs, mind, or will might be found lacking and fail me. But day after day, on each long march and in the midst of exertion I worried for neither the strength of my ankle joint nor its ability to withstand the rigors of any task set before me. It held through over 50 days of marching anywhere from four to seventeen kilometers under a total load of 280 to 310 pounds during Ranger school, not including Infantry Basic Officer Leadership Course’s (IBOLC) marches of up to sixteen miles under similar load. At times my ankle hurt or swelled, but not once did it fail to carry my weight and keep me moving.

Without your surgical skill and care, I could not even dream of my current career as an officer in the infantry or of graduating Ranger school. Thank you for giving me the chance to live as I wish and not, as other doctors did, presuming that I should wish to trade the possible joys of a youth well-spent for a life with a little less pain. Though I doubt your need, if my testimonial might ever help, I would offer it gladly.

I do not exaggerate in the slightest by saying that your surgery changed my life beyond simply allowing me to lead a platoon of American infantrymen. It denied me a lifelong opportunity to make excuses for myself. I fear the man I might be today had I been handed the chance to circumvent many of the challenges of my life by looking to my ankle and telling myself that they were beyond my physical capacity and in fact most doctors had assured me this was simply immutable. Knowing my own affinity for laziness I believe such an attitude would have bled over into my approach to tasks wholly unrelated to my physical fitness. Thank you for denying me of that easy, unfulfilling life.


2LT, IN, U.S. Army

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