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Integrative Foot and Ankle Centers of Washington
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13030 121st Way NE Kirkland, WA 98034
13030 121st Way NortheastUSWashingtonKirkland98034
Podiatrist, Orthotics & Prosthetics Service
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"We are very satisfied with the services of Advanced Foot and Ankle Clinic."
"I have mold on my big toe nail."
"I heard that this worked and it was a Groupon deal, so I tried it out."
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Lindsey Hopkins
3 months ago
Nice staff and doctors are well-informed and explain things in a way that I can understand .
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Andrey Labzhinov
a year ago
The doctor visit was excellent. I felt the doctor was experienced, knowledgeable and spent enough time with me. He will stay until all your questions are answered. He will answer your questions honestly. Very friendly staff. Thank you.
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4 years ago
I went in for PinPointe laser on my toenails a year ago. Dr. Burakovskiy is very nice as is the technician and both seemed determined to get rid of the nail fungus. He said that he would keep treating the nails until they were healthy, mine were apparently stubborn so when I went back in for a follow up treatment he said to come back in 3 mos if it didn't seem better. He introduced me to a patient and said it took him awhile to get rid of his and it might take me awhile too but he assured me it would happen especially with their 'new laser' they just got in. Well after 3 mos they didn't seem much better so I called to go back in and the receptionist said no, that I would have to pay another $350 if I wanted more treatments claiming I hadn't been treated with the new laser but I was told I was being treated with it. Of course she wouldn't let me speak to the Dr. and said she asked him and he said no which I know is a lie. It's been a year now and my nails are worse, they are splitting down the middle, I have to keep tape on them so they won't catch on my shoes or socks, under the nail they are brown and soft and have a terrible odor. I'm so disappointed I had hoped their 'new laser' would work for me but it made things worse. So when they say the success rate is high, I think it was 90% .....I would question that statement.
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A Google User
5 years ago
I needed a fast procedure to remove my big toe nail after an injury and Dr.Burakovshiy took my Uniform Med insurance as a preferred provider and was able to see me first thing in the morning. He did a great job and it has been healing very well. I was on my feet working the next 2 days leading a climbing trip as comfortable as anyone with this type of injury could be. His staff was helpful and fast as well. Great all around experience, especially considering I didn't know who to call on such short notice. He was able to share free samples of a medicine I was considering and wasn't pushing products and services on me like the last reviewer experienced. I highly recommend him.
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9 months ago
I have mold on my big toe nail. The doctor treated it with laser and sold me a tincture to put on twice a day. The staff told me I could only buy it from them. I found out later on that it sold for half the price at amazon. Then I found out from my dermatologist that there is no current treatment that works for mold and that the doctor probably used the laser because he had already bought the machine and was trying to have his patients pay for it. Just like mentioned by others before me they wanted me to come back for a second and possibly third laser treatment at $85 a pop. I will not go back as my dermatologist was 100% certain that the laser treatment wouldn't work as she told me the laser would have to reach temperatures so hot to kill the bacteria which would be intolerable to humans. And that is why she told me no one uses them for this purpose any longer.
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Response from the owner - 9 months ago
We were very sorry to hear about your experience. We always welcome any opportunity to discuss treatment options with our patients when they have questions about a particular treatment. In this instance, the laser therapy for treating fungus in toenails was approved by the FDA within the last 5 years or so. This particular class of laser is designated as a flash-lamp pumped short pulse Nd: YAG 1064 nm laser. This laser emits 100-3000 microsecond pulses. What this means is that it emits a particular wavelength of light that is absorbed by fungal cells and is converted to heat. Fungal cells are much more sensitive to heat then our cells are. The laser is also pulsed to ensure that heat is disbursed so as not to cause any pain to the patient. We would be more then happy to provide all our patients with current literature or references about laser treatment for fungal toenails at their convenience.
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Roland Manangan
a year ago
Went through their recommended laser treatment cycle which was 2 treatments separated by 3 months of actively caring for the foot, which I followed diligently. I heard that this worked and it was a Groupon deal, so I tried it out. It did not work. In all fairness, they did say that it cures about 80% of patients, so I could be the unlucky 20%. After the 2nd treatment I followed up several months later (as they suggested) for a before and after. They suggested another type of treatment that involved oral medication. It didn't pass the smell test so I threw in the towel. I will be going to my primary physician to get a referral, which I probably should have done in the first place. The office wasn't the friendliest, but I don't really care about that so long as the treatment is effective, and again, it was not. I would do some research on the practice and physician if I had the time, but I'm already $300 in the hole and don't wish to waste anymore resources on them.
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A Google User
4 years ago
Dr. Burakovskiy is one the best podiatrists whom I would trust with my feet anyday! He is very patient and understanding and is willing to hear you out to make sure you are comfortable and fully satisfied with your visit. When I told him about my foot problem, he instantly knew what the cause was and the solutions for it! He was really helpful and made sure that I knew how to prevent the problem from reoccuring or worsening in the future. The doctor is a highly educated professional who knows what he is doing and does it with superior quality. I would recommend him to all my friends and family.
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A Google User
4 years ago
Having just moved to the Seattle area I was referred to Dr. Burakovskiy at Advanced Foot and Ankle Clinic by Evergreen Hospital. I was in excruciating pain after tripping on the stairs and was so thankful that the front desk was able to squeeze me in same day as an emergency. My appointment was at 2:30 and I didn't have to wait a minute longer to be seen by the doctor. The digital x-ray was very clear and showed me exactly where my fracture was! During the appointment I learned that there is a treatment for the discoloration on my big toenails, who knew I had fungus! The treatment was simple, pain free and the results were amazing! I would recommend this clinic to anyone for any type of foot care. The doctor is excellent, very skillful medical assistants and the rest of the office staff was caring and didn't treat me like just another patient who walked in the door. They all truly care about their patients and are there to help. By far the best experience in a medical office!
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