Dr Adrian Kurz is a Orthopedic Surgeon in Kelowna, BC. Dr Adrian Zachary Kurz has 788 views and 5 reviews. 13 patients voted for the doctor, average rating 3.85 out of 5.

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5 thoughts on “Dr Adrian Kurz”

    Betty Ann Mori

    20 November 2020

    I had a great experience with Dr. Kurtz. He was able to see me very quickly after my doctor referred me, which was in the middle of the COVID outbreak. He specializes in the anterior hip replacement approach which is what I wanted. I only had to wait 3 months for surgery which was amazing. The surgery went very well and I was able to go home the same day. Minimal pain which I can manage with over the counter meds. Dr. Kurz called my husband after surgery to update him which was a nice gesture. I would highly recommend him.

    Rafael Augusto Carreras

    30 December 2021

    Dr. Adrian Kurz is a young doctor with excellent bedside manners who listens carefully and takes his time to properly explain the pros & cons of the surgical approach. He goes to the point and has a no nonsense approach. He is knowledgeable, patient and down to Earth. Most importantly, very skillful surgical hands backed by knowledge and practice. If you get Dr. Kurz, you are already on the road to recovery. I totally recommend him.

    George Barbour

    5 July 2022

    Had my total hip-replacement done in April of 2022 by Adrian Kurz. He is an awesome surgeon an really knows his stuff. He gives you all the information you need for before your surgery and after. Over the years I’ve consulted with more than a few surgical specialist about my hip and he was the only one that actually had a very truthful prognosis of what was going on with me and what needed to be done. I had my surgery on a Thursday afternoon and I was released by Noon the next day my pain level did not get any higher than a two and I was moving around and walking in the hospital before I was discharged all of the staff in the recovery unit were also terrific. If you need a total hip replacement Adrian is the surgeon that you want to have doing it. Personally I give him five stars out of five. Thanks so much Adrian for everything that you have done for me.

    Braeden Seufert

    14 October 2022

    Adrian thank you so much. Exactly 10 months since my hip arthroscopy (cam impingement and labrum tear.) I could only afford 3.5 months physio but it was enough, and I recorded and continued with physio even after I stopped going. Highly recommend cycling and swiming 3-4 months into recovery. (But consult your physio first)….I am now pain free after 4 years of constant agony and being unable to ride a bike or walk more then a few minutes. You are a God sent THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! You completely changed my life I can’t thank you enough. I’m riding a bike as far as I want now and even pulled a 130lb deer out of the bush, an hour and a half struggle with a friend. Bless you!!!! The pain is gone. Best wishes to you.

    For anyone getting the surgery, it is a long and slow recovery. Even at 6 months you might feel hopeless but you will get better. THANK YOU ADRIAN!! I felt the least I could do was leave you a nice review :). Best wishes to you and your family.

    Scott Edgar

    14 November 2023

    Went to go see him for a severe ankle sprain, I was treated first by a resident who was really good. But When the doctor came over he started talking to the resident and said things that weren’t true (miscommunication?), I politely stopped him to say the correct information and the rest of the appointment went downhill. He was INCREDIBLY rude, told me to be quiet even though I barely talk and started to discuss things about my ankle that I never said (localized pain in the wrong spots, inaccurate pain profile, etc). I went in because my wife who’s a physio, my mom’s a doctor, and I was a paramedic, were worried about the injury getting more inflamed and red and wanted to rule out things like compartment syndrome, we knew something wasn’t right and it wasn’t getting better. I hadn’t slept for a couple weeks at this point and I was doing everything I was supposed to (elevate, ice, voltaren), the ankle was incredibly sensitive to touch and the pain would radiate everywhere. I have a very high pain profile but this was the most out of control pain I’ve ever felt, to the point where I’d have to ice it just to fall asleep for a couple hours.
    I tried to tell the doctor this and he ignored my concerns. I said I was struggling to sleep and the pain was unusual and intense, and he said it’s because I would take off my air cast at home. I told him I only took it off when I wasn’t moving because when it pressed on my foot it was agonizing and constantly uncomfortable, I always wore it when walking. His response was that I was wearing it wrong which the nurse confirmed wasn’t true.
    I tried to tell him about the lack of sleep but he had nothing to say about it, literally disregarded this concern 100% and told me nothing. I asked about CBD oil for sleep and he rudely said he “doesn’t know anything about that pot stuff” and didn’t even offer any alternative. I asked about topical cream like hot/cold, arnica or voltaren and he said “I guess you could take voltaren”.
    He was incredibly dismissive and antagonistic throughout the appointment, didn’t address a single concern I had, and gave me the most generic answers. I was already going through a very stressful time with the missed work and being stuck at home, this guys bedside manner was atrocious and robotic. I felt uncomfortable throughout the appointment and left without any positive information or treatment. I went and tried CBD oil (to be clear I dislike pot, and this was a last ditch effort) right after leaving the hospital and after a few nights finally got back to normal sleep patterns. My foot started getting better and the sleep made a huge difference.
    I could see the contrast between the resident and the doctor. The resident had good bedside manner, took his time, and answered my questions. The doctor was a robot, had no patience, gave me answers out of a textbook, was rude, disrespectful, and seemed to lack all qualities of even an average caregiver. I left stressed, angry, and depressed. I didn’t know what to do, which is why I tried the CBD. I really needed someone’s help and he did the opposite.

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