Kenneth C. Lin, MD

Everett Bone & Joint

Orthopedics: Shoulder Surgery

Everett, Monroe

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friendly and informative, left feeling I had all the information I needed.

Apr-2024

Dr Lin is very professional and to the point

Apr-2024

Fantastic! Changed my life.

Apr-2024

I was disappointed with my appointment today and my inability to express myself, or advocate for more testing of my shoulder. I mentioned, twice, that my PT had faxed a report to their office about my 6 weeks of treatment, documenting my treatment and outcomes. I asked Dr. Lin's assistant to look for it. I don't think it was read. I felt a bit of ageism in Dr. Lin's treatment of me. An assumption of arthritis being the problem with my shoulder, giving me the option of surgery and saying an MRI is only generally done before surgery. I'd like to avoid surgery and would like to see what damage an MRI shows to see if alternate treatments are possible. Up until my hard fall 2 months ago, I've never had a problem with my shoulder.I took the cortisone shot and have my fingers crossed.

Apr-2024

Great communicator. Explained issues is easy terms to understand. Follow by treatment course.

Mar-2024

He knows his job , well . I would advise anyone with shoulder problems to see Kenneth Lin .

Mar-2024

I felt the visit was rushed, and that I was not fully being heard.

Mar-2024

Great communicator, really listens and answers questions thoroughly. I really appreciate Dr. Lin.

Mar-2024

Dr. Lin is clearly a very intelligent provider. However, face to face time with him is always uncomfortably rushed. I feel like I’m on an orthopedic injury patient assembly line. The last 1/3 of all our very short appointments his hand is on the door knob waiting to leave the room. He has poor “bedside” manner. The emphasis of each appointment seems to be 1) him educating you about your injury and the associated processes (which is appropriate) 2) him actively and obviously trying to leave the room.

Feb-2024

Very professional and actually listens to his patient , and shows that he cares .

Feb-2024
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