Christopher D VanPelt, MD
Orthopedic Surgery, Spine Surgery
Virtual Visits Available
- Hospital Affiliations
St. Francis Hospital
University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center Fellowship, 2006
Mclaren Flint Hospital Residency, 2005
West Virginia University School Of Medicine Medical School, 2000
American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery (Orthopaedic Surgery) Board Certification
Places of Care
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- Absolute Total Care SC
- Aetna Health Insurance Company SC
- America's 1st Choice SC
- Blue Cross Blue Shield SC
- Bright Health Plan SC
- Cigna Healthspring (Medicare Advantage) SC
- Cigna SC
- Corvel SC
- Employer Health Network SC
- EON Health SC
- Humana SC
- Medicare SC
- Molina Healthcare SC
- Payer Provider
- Select Health Network SC
- United Healthcare SC
- Wellcare SC
Ratings & Reviews
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These professionals are all great.
I have been more than pleased with Dr. Van Pelt. He has given me my life back!
He very thoroughly answered my questions in a very calming voice.
I felt informed, comforted, and encouraged by Dr. Van Pelt.
Dr Van Pelt was very nice but I felt there was a time limit on the visit. Kind of felt rushed
Van pelt is a great doctor and person
Absolutely recommend Dr van Pelt for anyone else who needs spine surgery. He's been completely clear and honest throughout my time with him. Of course, most important is his spine surgery. As I write this survey now, I am two weeks and three days post surgery. My pain level in the immediate area of the surgery is at the level of 1 out of 10. I still have numbness in both feet and drop foot in my left foot which I developed before Dr van Pelt's surgery. Dr van Pelt told me his surgery addressed the nerve causing the drop foot but normal imaging would not show how much damage the nerve has incurred. So Dr van Pelt is ordering a special MRI to see if he can determine the damage. Throughout this time though, he has been honest with me telling me that the drop foot and numbness couldf go away tomorrow, or in weeks, or in months or maybe never. But he also ordered more out patient physical therapy to address the drop foot and more. So I am cautiously optimistic that I can get rid of both the numbness and drop foot. So gald to be in Dr van Pelt's care.