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By: Christine E.
Terri Anne Russell MD
She is awesome doctor for kids.
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By: Valoneecia T.
Lough, Erik G, MD
Dr. Lough went out of his way to explain everything FULLY. I loved that he spared not details. I was able to compare the information he provided with my research to feel fully comfortable with my decision to undergo this proceedure. He was patient when I was annoying and kind when I was scared while being a wealth of knowledge. Nothing about him is typical. Do yourself a favor and meet with Doctor Erik Lough.
By: James A.
St. David's South Austin Medical Center
I hope if you go there yout doctor is not christopher jay thompson. He was rude, inconsiderate, judgemental and a terrible doctor. I was in severe pain and he wouldn't treat it. I think he thought i was drug seeking. I had fractured bonews!!! I wasnt drugbseeking i was hurt.when i winced during stiches he strormed out like a little baby. This is justva rew examples the nurses were rude to boot. Do not go there unless u have no choice.
By: Bill K.
Young, Ryan Carter, MD
I trust Austin Retina Associates with my eye care. Fifteen years ago I experienced a critical retina separation in one eye. My vision was eclipsed as the retina was separating. Dr. Lyle Koen of Austin Retina Associates met me in his office on a Labor Day holiday weekend within 15 minutes of the time I called his office to report my symptoms. He acted very quickly to save me from blindness in one eye, and now I have 20-20 vision with my normal eye glasses in both eyes. Now, I see Dr. Ryan Young at Austin Retina Associates. At the time of my last two annual check ups Dr. Young took plenty of time to listen to my questions, answer them and to examine my retinas and to evaluate the health of my eyes. Dr. Young and all the staff are professional and helpful. I am grateful to excellent doctors and staff like those at Austin Retina Associates for my healthy eyes.
By: Aly S.
Arvinder Walia MD
No stars! Don't even go to this doctor - he doesn't listen. Your in his office for 15 minutes - tops! He writes you a prescription and out the door you are. He is just about the money and how many clients he can see within the billable hour - even though all clients are charged the entire hour (whether it be through insurance or private pay). I do have insurance and my claims show an entire hour. My last appointment, I canceled to due a family emergency, then was hit with a $100 bill and letter from him stating he cannot see me anymore. Now, when I am trying to pay this stupid bill, I am unable to get ahold of ANYONE in the office - and this has been going on for 2 weeks now. I now will need to go into his office and hope this has not gone to collections yet. DO NOT GO TO THIS JOKE OF A DOCTOR. There are many other better doctors out there that actually sit down, listen to you and care. He quadrupled one of my meds within just 2 wks of taking it! He had me taking blood tests every week and seeing him every week - very unnecessary. And I was a patient of his for only 1 month! He didn't even send the orders to the lab one time and a Saturday morning of mine was completely wasted, then he got upset at me saying that I should have called his office --- on a Saturday? They barely answer during the week as it is. I am STILL trying to pay this bill so I can be done with his hoax of a practice.
By: A A.
Texas Hill Country Anesthesiology
These people charged me over $5,000 for an epidural after my insurance had already paid them $1,800. The thing is I DID NOT get an epidural or any drugs during my labor and delivery. When I called them to let them know there was a mistake, the rude girl on the phone told me that they had to bill me because I MIGHT have needed an epidural. This is a terrible way to do business! I contacted the hospital which confirmed they can't charge me for a service they never provided! Beware this anesthesiology group!!!
By: Jay L.
VA Hospital Outpatient Clinic
I have always had problems getting even a simple prescription for PTSD. The physician is uncaring, seeming to be there only for a check. Very cold, uncompassionate. Would not recommend for any veteran.
By: Darlene D.
Young, Ryan Carter, MD
Austin Retina is a great place to go for any eye issues.Dr. Ryan Young is super awesome as a Dr and surgeon.Also special thanks to Dan (Surgery Coordinator).These folks are great all the way around.Thank you all.
By: Sharita P.
Advanced Pain Care
I love this place. I've been going to this Dr. And facility for over 8 yrs. They are fast friendly, and clean. I've always had great experiences with this company, and have recommended several people to this office.
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By: Athena B.
Austin Pain Associates
This is a money machine and nothing more. The doctors here do not care about anything regarding your pain they only care how much money they can milk from your insurance and your checking account
Tips & Advices
Several forms of pain management exist that are not approved typically treated by physicians or covered by health insurance plans. These include therapies like acupuncture, for example, or herbal preparations sold in stores. Before beginning any form of treatment or medication not approved by a doctor, it’s a good idea to still reach out to a physician or expert in alternative medicine for advice, or conduct some research online first.
Managing pain in children can be complicated, as kids may have more difficulty communicating their pain to doctors. Children also need to be more carefully monitored when taking most medications.
Health insurance might cover a selection of approved pain management therapies. Every insurance plan is different, so patients should check with their provider to make sure.
Patients might be instructed to continue therapy at home, either through regular exercise or specific treatment. Some people also find that getting frequent rest, taking warm baths or avoiding certain foods, for example, can help manage pain.
Side effects depend on the exact drugs and dosages used, as well as the disease being treated and many other factors. Some pain-relieving drugs, especially opioids, are known to cause drowsiness. Many antidepressants also cause a variety of adverse effects. Doctors must work closely with patients to minimize these side effects in the course of treatment.

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