Piskun Mary Ann in Amarillo, TX with Reviews - YP.com
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By: Marla B.
Murrell Brian
Hello Linda, I am so sorry to read this, have you notified the physician or office? As to date we have not been notified of any patient with this kind of result. Please call the office and let us get him in to see the doctor. If your husband is not comfortable coming in then let us help with the process of finding him a new physician.
By: Linda R.
Murrell Brian
He has ruined my husbands neck, he has no quality of life now, he is in so much pain he cant function.
By: Matty M.
Neichoy, Bo, MD
I've been working with PWLC for months. Great staff and a really well ran business. Their facility and bariatric equipment are top notch.
By: Peggy B.
L Edwin Dodson MD
Been seeing Dr Dodson for a while now...good doctor..talks and listens to you...very nice staff also...He is a specialist in the thyroid desease and endocrineologist.
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By: Sherry P.
Farzan, Thahir, MD
Dr. Farzan is one fabulous doc. Through his aggressive treatment of my cervical cancer he saved my life. He is the most compassionate, knowledgeable, caring physician I have ever met.
By: Katherine W.
Northside Medical Clinic
This doctor is listed as taking Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO; but, if you have her name on your card and call when you are sick you are told that she does NOT take Blue Cross/Blue Shield HMO. This is a misrepresentation of the truth= lie. Blue Cross says the doctors are supposed to inform them of such. Those who tell lies are liars. Jesus said the Father of Lies is Satan. Thus, she has rejected Jesus.
By: J S.
Cook, Elaine
I have never been treated in such a rude, unkind, and unhelpful manner by a receptionist. She could not answer any questions I asked and yelled at me in a condescending way as I walked out the door. A first point of contact ruins the perception of a business as a whole. Just based on her, I will never go back to Dr. Elaine's again. I have never been satisfied with the results I have received in the past. She charges $14/unit for botox while other places in Amarillo charge $10 and Dallas area charges on average $12/unit at top rated plastic surgeon offices. I also asked for a chemical peel before, and they gave me a glycolic peel which lead to no visible results. I was told I could not have a regular chemical peel which I later found out to be false. She charges far too much and seems to know little about what treatment is best. If I saw satisfactory results, I would be happy to pay more, but that is not the case. It would be cheaper and more effective to fly or drive to Dallas for procedures.
By: Dexter B.
DR S Neel Doctor
Is there anything less than one star? HORRIBLE Doctor. If you value your life or family life, seek help from someone else, even Vet down street from his office is better. Very Arrogant. Mightier than God attitude. Horrible horrible HORRIBLE!!!
By: mrod424
Salil K Trehan MD PA
This doctor will not take your symptoms seriously. If you complain of symptoms that are not evidenced by lab results, he will tell you it is all in your head and that you are self diagnosing. He will be come irate and hostile if you question him or suggest a possible course of action when he tells you there is nothing else that can be done for you. If you do not quickly make improvement when he treats symptoms, he gives up and tries to convince you the symptoms are the result of anxiety and that you need therapy. He has a pattern of not coming in to see you during hospital rounds unless you are alone. If family members voice questions or concerns, he becomes rude and aggressive toward them and tells them to leave the room.
By: herb56
L Edwin Dodson MD
wasted 3 years. just kept guessing and didn't know about thyroid storm.2 other doctors didn't either.
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
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