If I could give 100+ stars I would! I have been a patient of Dr. Nandurkar and his amazing team since 2006. The care and treatment I have received over the years has made my quality of life much better. He has always been honest, straight forward and even blunt with me when necessary. He expects the same from his patients. He let me know that his part in helping me would only work if I comply and do my part as well. No, I am not "healed" or "fixed" and never will be. Dr. Nandurkar and his staff give me the tools to have the best quality of life possible. It is up to me to use these tools. It has taken their dedication and my dedication to make his treatment plan work for me. Yes, there are still times I get frustrated and feel like giving up. Then I remind myself that Dr. Nandurkar is a highly educated, trained and skilled physician (not a magician) that has dedicated his life to helping people like myself. The same is true for his staff. Angel has been with Dr Nandurkar for at least 16 years, Jamie at least 12 years and Danille at least 8 years. Their jobs and responsibilities are not easy. The law requires them to be re-certified in CPR every 2 years. OSHA requires them to be re-certified yearly. They must take these classes and to take take continuing ed courses do these things after office hours. No job in the healthcare industry is easy. They continue to work after office hours filing insurance, calling pharmacies, confirming appts. and making referrals to surgeons if necessary. Having worked in dentistry, I know first hand that dealing with people in pain is never easy. People in pain are sad, grumpy, cranky and quite frankly can be extremely rude at times. Sometimes I have to remind myself that they all have families too. That they too at times are in pain or not feeling well. I have seen these ladies work through pregnancies right up to their delivery dates and return to work before they probably should. I have seen Jamie in pain working while wearing a leg brace following multiple knee surguries, while people (myself included) with less severe injuries or surgeries take 8 to 12 weeks off to recuperate before returning to their jobs. These ladies do these things because they care about their patients and are passionate about the careers they have chosen. I am and will be forever grateful for each and every one of them.