Dr. Weeks is an excellent doctor and a humane man. I would reccommend him to anyone whom is intimidated by a white coat because his down-to-Earth exam room personality puts a person at ease.
When I first met him in 1984, I was surprised to see a doc in blue jeans, an open-at-the-neck white shirt, and old loafers. This left me curious about the medical profession because before this I though doctors were just here to bawl a person out and act as though a God.
He turned out to be a great doctor and even put the scar on my hand where I ask for it to go because I was younger and more vain then---proving to me---he does listen to a patient.
Further, I asked him for advice about college because of an on the job injury that was going to leave me seeking another type of work and he said "be a nurse". That was kind of him to relate to how my life personally could turn out. I have been a nurse for 20 years now and cared for many of Dr. Weeks patients after surgeries at a local skilled nursing facility. His surgery skills are exact, his follow up care is good, and his name in this town is equal to that of a King as far as I am concerned.
Finally, the only suggestion I have for him is to live long and keep doctoring in his blood. He's the best doctor in the world in my opinion. Give him and his crew and go of it for all your bones, muscles, tendons, and sports medicine needs.
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