Robert Flannery, MD
- Clinical Assistant Professor
- Heel Pain
- Hip Pain
- Non-Operative Fracture and Orthopedic Management
- Non-Operative Management of Sports Injuries
- Sports Concussions
- Tennis Elbow
- Ultrasound Guided Injections
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.7 out of 5
Patient Comments (28)
Reviewed On 3/25/2020
always have had a good rapport with dr Flannery & also *** as well very satisfied
Reviewed On 3/15/2020
this is one of the best doctors I have ever had the experience of dealing with
Reviewed On 3/1/2020
Dr. Flannery was wonderful! He couldn't have been more sincere, caring, & thorough!
Reviewed On 2/29/2020
Dr Flannery was exceptional
Reviewed On 2/22/2020
Dr. Flannery is an excellent physician, I would recommend him with great confidence.
Reviewed On 2/17/2020
Excellent dr. and staff
Reviewed On 2/7/2020
the doctor needed prompting to give me advice on how to treat my sprain and was ambiguous with what he said. I did not walk out feeling confident or informed
Reviewed On 1/22/2020
Love Dr Flannery! caring. thorough.
Reviewed On 1/21/2020
Dr. Flannery was excellent; would easily recommend him to anyone in need of his care.
Reviewed On 12/31/2019
Excellent experience, greatly appreciated!
Reviewed On 12/17/2019
Reviewed On 12/15/2019
very nice, had my medical records and xray at his disposal. very conservative and accurate with my diagnosis
Reviewed On 11/29/2019
I have a good experience with Dr. Flannery and my knee is getting much better thanks to his and his team's care.
Reviewed On 11/6/2019
we were very happy with Dr Flannery
Reviewed On 10/16/2019
very good. gave me peace of mind
Reviewed On 10/11/2019
No problems very good experience
Reviewed On 10/7/2019
Dr. Flannery spent time discussing my issue. He also was supported by a Fellow and Resident. I felt he listened to me thoroughly and his team. I felt well attended to by all and felt that Dr. Flannery was also a good teacher to his team, as well as to me in describing his treatment approach. I was put completely at ease, which is very important to me in a care provider situation.
Reviewed On 9/23/2019
Provider was great. [...]
Reviewed On 9/4/2019
Reviewed On 8/31/2019
I felt he was rushed.
Reviewed On 8/25/2019
great experience just had to wait 30or so to get in. [...]
Reviewed On 8/19/2019
Dr. Flannery and his team are great. Even though he moved from [...] ...I am willing to travel a distance to see hime!
Reviewed On 8/16/2019
I was overwhelmed by how kind, helpful and sincere Dr. Flannery and the rest of the staff treated my son. Thank you for the excellent care.
Reviewed On 7/18/2019
great doc and staff! I was very impressed!
Reviewed On 7/14/2019
Reviewed On 6/28/2019
There was some communication problem with what I was thee for. I was lucky and Dr. Flannery went out of his way to treat my left hip with a cortisone injection, which is what I was there for. He didn't sit because I don't think the poor doctor had the time. I'm, very grateful.
Reviewed On 6/25/2019
Reviewed On 6/15/2019
good experience fixed my problem right now
- Sports Medicine - American Board of Family Medicine
- Family Medicine - American Board of Family Medicine
Fellowship | Sports Medicine
Sports Medicine - Umdnj-Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital (2012 - 2013)
Residency | Family Medicine
Family Medicine - Excela Latrobe Hospital (2009 - 2012)
Residency | General Surgery
General Surgery - Union Memorial Hospital (2006 - 2009)
American University Of The Caribbean School Of Medicine (2006)
University Of Pittsburgh (2002)
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As of December 31, 2016, Robert Flannery did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.