You may not know who the best-in-class doctors are. But we do.
Most people don’t look at spending healthcare dollars the same way they look at other purchases. They don’t do the same research, price comparisons, and quality checks. We get that. It’s not easy research to do, and that’s why we do it for you.
An opinion is just an opinion. And that’s why it’s good to have more than one.
More information means more informed decisions. The research is clear—second opinions are well worth the time and money.
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We connect people to the best doctors based on licensure, certification, number of procedures performed, quality outcomes, and patient satisfaction scores.
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Our expert opinions help avoid misdiagnoses and improper care.
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Expert opinions usually change a plan of care—for the better.
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Expert opinions plus clinical guidance and navigation almost always improve outcomes.
Meet a Few of Our Specialists
Dr. Brian Feeley • M.D., Chief, Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery, Professor in Residence, author of 120 peer-reviewed articles, review studies and book chapters, and a book on rotator cuff injuries.Leader in treatment for common knee and shoulder problems UCSF Department of Orthopedic Surgery.
Dr. Brian Neri • M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon, and Assistant Clinical Professor at Mount Sinai Hospital, Head Orthopedist of the NY Islanders. Leader in foot, ankle, knee, shoulder, and hip injuries Long Island Orthopedics.
Dr. Stuart Hershman • M.D., Director, Adult Spinal Deformity & Spinal Reconstruction, MGH Orthopedic Spine Surgery Fellowship Site Director, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Medical School. Leader in disorders of the spine Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Jolan Walter • M.D., Allergist and Immunologist, Chief Division Pediatric Allergy and Immunology Programs at Johns Hopkins and University of Southern Florida. Leader in children’s allergies and immune disorders Johns Hopkins.
We help people feel better in so many ways.
Education + compassion + clinical expertise. It’s a good recipe.View All Testimonials
After going through their second opinion, my medical ally was able to help me find out that I’ve been treated for the wrong condition for two years.
Everybody uses science jargon, and sometimes you need it explained in simple terms.
I really felt I was being helped. I didn’t feel pressured to either do surgery or not do surgery. I was encouraged to make sure that I was informed on every aspect, on every level.