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01/30/2013
By: bobsworth
Mark A Saxen DMD Ph.D.
Please do not go here.First off the doctors have no idea how to actually treat anyone. They simply say "hey here a list of like ten different things we could do that might help you....Pick one" Seriously? I'm making my own medical choices?Second you get to see an actual doctor maybe the first two times you come in. Then you get to see a Doctor's Assistant which is kind of like a nurse. They are NOT doctors. They see you from there on out. They can decide what to do with you now and they just go have the doctors sign the scripts.I've been going there 2 years now and they have done nothing. I know your thinking well maybe you have something thats hard to fix... Maybe. The point is maybe if i actually got to see a DOCTOR i might be doing better.Lastly say you suddenly get sick. Lets say Friday afternoon you get sick and you have an appointment Monday. Well unless you have a time machine you will have to pay $60 to cancel that Monday appointment. (Oh yeah they are closed Friday) Also say you have a Tuesday appointment at 3pm and you come down with an extremely contagious virus like the flu or the new Sydney norovirus and you call at 4pm Monday. Guess what! You get to pay $60 to keep everyone at there practice from getting said virus. NO EXCEPTIONS! Doesn't that seam a little unethical to you? I'd say so.So in other words you don't get to see a real doctor, you get to decide how to treat yourself and you can't cancel an appointment for ANY reason if less that 24 hours.Don't go.
07/14/2012
By: brianisu
Mark A Saxen DMD Ph.D.
I have had chronic pain for 15 years. They have given me my life back. After life changing medication changes, I had a SCS trial a year ago and then a perm put it (not at there office) but at Dr. Turner s after the trial was done at Meridian. The staff has always been helpfull even when my insurance company wasn t whether it was with my procedure or with my medications.
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