"In order to keep my appointments I take a two hour train ride and then two subways uptown. Sometimes I spend more time traveling than seeing the doctor, but I feel it is a good time investment and don’t mind at all. And since I became a grandma for the first time in September, I need my joints and body to function properly to keep up with her!"
"The first doctor I saw was Dr. Kennedy. He was understanding of my situation and immediately put me at ease. I knew I had made the right choice. "
"I had a total knee replacement in September, 2010. Prior to surgery I was in continual pain, and unable to lead an active life. I couldn't climb stairs bilaterally; couldn't walk a full city block without resting; couldn't get a good night's sleep. The surgery was successful beyond my wildest dreams. By the third day home I had discarded the walker for a cane, and within three weeks I was only using the cane to summon a cab. Integral to this success was not only the skill of the surgeon and the nursing and therapy care, but also the pain management team."
"Doctors like him born to be doctors. It's in their DNA."
"I consider Dr. Semih Gungor to be one of my special "angels". He is so thorough, compassionate, kind, considerate, and gentle. I hold other doctors to his high standard. He doesn't give up and continues to try all possibilities. I get great pleasure in referring him to others as I know he will do everything possible to relieve their pain. A special person and truly what a doctor epitomizes."