Heney Niall M Md in Boston, MA with Reviews - YP.com
  • 1.Heney, Niall M, MD

    32 Fruit St


    0.53 mi

  • 2.Heney Chiropractic Neurology Center

    46 Columbia Rd


    21.37 miServices

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By: John B.
Wee Jon
Attached is a screen shot of my Facebook post about the surgery. In addition to the small amount of discussion shown, I wrote: "Nobody needs to worry about me, nobody ever felt better after surgery than I do now. I haven't needed any of the pain medication they prescribed, only my own daily muscle relaxer (cheap vodka). I can take deep breaths, and cough without pain. That minimally invasive stuff is really the way to go, knocked out on Friday, walking a short mile on Sunday, complaining about sweat.
By: Kathi B.
Khan, Humayon B, MD
Dr. H. B. Kahn is an excellent doctor. Thorough, competent, and well qualified, he has a pleasant "bedside manner". He always takes the time to really listen to what you have to say (not something you often find in these days of ten minute appointments)! He's a great man and I highly recommend him!
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By: Elaine C.
Wee Jon
I've had 2 surguries with Dr. Wee and next week I'm having a 3rd (to remove new lung metastases). Obviously I wouldn't keep going back if I didn't think he was doing a top notch job. He is extremely knowledgeable, kind, and professional. I know I'm literally in good hands with Dr. Wee.
By: Davidandjeanne H.
Wee Jon
Dr. Wee has been fantastic. My case was thoroughly complex. He brought together the resources of Dana Farber and Brigham and Women's to successfully complete difficult surgery with great skill and compassion. I feel fortunate to have him as my doctor.
By: Ken I.
Carnahan, Louann T
Dr. Carnahan is an extremely competent physician who shows a real concern for her patients. My mom is elderly and can't hear. She also tends to get off track. Dr. Carnahan is always very patient and attentive to my mom when she has an appointment.
By: Rachel K.
Boston Prostate Ctr
I learned about Chiro Express soon after being involved in a car accident. Tracy Yang and the staff took care of my case with the utmost attention to detail and were incredibly flexible with scheduling and reminders.
By: sam1960
Phuah, Chia-Ling, MD
Very knowledgeable and friendly but cuts to the chase quickly. Articulate and willing to explain the diagnosis in plain language.
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By: Kelley P.
Wee Jon
Dr.Wee was very knowledgable and made me feel very comfortable during my recent procedure at Brigham and Women's.
By: Joan C.
Wee Jon
Excellent treatment from Dr Wee and his entire team. Thank you for helping me get thru a very difficult time.
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By: William W.
Cavanaugh, Timothy P, MD
Dr tim my friend he was my doctor and friend in ri i love you your the best miss you
Tips & Advices
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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.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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