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11/09/2011
By: stayingwell
CFP Physicians Group
I generally come in for my annual physical with Dr Burrowes. I find him extremely thorough and always explains his recommendations (whether it be lab, Xray, immunizations or other testing). During the year I occasionally have joint problems and Dr. Thomas who knows exactly where to give me the cortisone shot to relieve the pain. The staff is always warm and friendly. The billing office helps explain my insurance issues (especially when the policies are always changing). I have recommended friends and family who are glad I did.
07/27/2012
By: swittholt
CFP Physicians Group
This is one of the best medical offices I have experienced. The staff is pleasant and I never have to wait long for an appointment. The medical staff is top notch and explains things in a simple to understand way. Always a pleasure visiting.
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08/21/2015
By: Kim K.
CFP Physicians Group
Dr. Selznick is the best, his superior knowledge and polite bedside manner is why I love him. The office staff runs everything like a well oiled machine. I just have to book in advance because Dr. Selznick is so popular with patients.
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