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04/26/2017
By: K T.
Back, Jerry G, MD
He is very professional and makes you feel welcome every visit. They are a very busy office and it takes a while to get an appointment, but very worth it!!
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03/31/2017
By: arkiefenarkie
Monica Lominchar MD
Dr. Lominchar has been my PCP since 2006. I will not venture out to look for another doctor. She is the best I've ever had! Kind, honestly and seriously interested in your thoughts about your condition. She takes her time when looking at all the pieces of your medical puzzle and knows exactly what to do. My family loves her and her super talented staff. We will always be loyal to Dr. Lominchar and her staff.
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03/25/2017
By: Leslie S.
Todd E Schlesinger MD Faad
My experience here is top flight. Both Drs Slesinger and Buthorne put me at ease. Most amazing to me is the absence of pain both during and after my surgeries. I appreciated the private waiting room provided between surgery, skin testing and stitching. They have a nice treatment environment with views of the low country which is comforting to me.
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09/22/2016
By: Dayna S.
Kirchoss, Daniel D
Provides the most excellent Medical Care available. I could not be more thankful to have had him as my Physician. Charleston is very lucky to have him here.
12/11/2014
By: Desiree J.
Hamilton, Lauren F MD
I would highly recommend Dr. Hamilton. She is the most compassionate, caring, and knowledgeable doctor I've ever seen. She will listen and help you with any issues that you have. All of the employees at Charleston Ob/Gyn are friendly and make you feel comfortable. I've never had an unreasonable wait time or felt rushed. Thank you Dr. Hamilton for being the BEST!
06/24/2013
By: patbroghamer
Shanon Honney MD
Very thorough, kind and listens.
05/04/2013
By: annecrowson
Gibson Maria V Md
Dr. Gibson is so caring and kind. Having been my family's physician for years, she is truly knowledgeable about all sorts of illnesses and health problems. I recommend Dr. Gibson to all of my family and friends
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10/11/2012
By: ravenrr
Price, James, MD
Don't go here- they do not take care of their patients. I went in for a recurrent whiplash injury to see Dr. Keffer at the pain management center. My goal was to hopefully get trigger point therapy to fix the problem before my next backpacking trip to the Amazon for important research. The only reason I paid for health insurance for over a year was to have the pre-existing condition covered and to be taken care of, finally. After my last trip to the Amazon, in May, I have had excruciating pain in my neck and shoulders and lower back, so much so, that is has been dangerous to drive- crying and holding my neck. Dr. Keffer saw me one time and then decided I only had fibromyalgia pain and no back pain, although he never really felt for the pain (you can feel the creaking and knots in my shoulders and neck). He just judged me, based on a negative MRI screening (they left my belt on in the MRI), and actually went so far as to call me an addict. I would take Ibuprofen, which helps in large quantities, but I took so much for the pain that I now have stomach ulcers. The amount of tylenol I would need to take would be toxic to my liver. The medicine they did prescribe came with tylenol, so I was still taking a lot of that each day, although I expressed concern about what I was putting into my body. I am a grad student, volunteering at the hospital, writing a 150 pg thesis and taking major exams this fall. He has not helped me, but hurt me, calling me something that I most certainly am not and not taking care of me like his oath stated. He has too many patients, he said, who come in with back and neck pain, whom he believes are lying about it, so he has placed me into that category. This was completely unethical- he gave no referrals and wouldn't even let me keep my next appointment, saying we had it over the phone. I only wanted to explain to him what the issue is better so we can figure this out, as we should. I now owe St. Francis over $1,000, after insurance, and have not been helped, but degraded in the process and added unneeded stress. Dr. Keffer does not truly care about his patients. He insults them.
05/25/2011
By: wharmon
Duc Jr, Thomas A, Md - Pain Associates Of Charleston
Never go there!!! He and his staff are VERY rude. He discusses patient details in the front offce while other patients are around. While I was in the office today, he was telling a lady that he was not going to see her anymore. She was crying and trying to find out why and what she could do. He just said it was not his problem and think he said something about getting an attorney. She left in tears and I really felt bad for her. I don't think he should have been that mean to her and should not have been getting onto her in the front office where other people were around. I don't think I will be going back to see him. I was not real impressed with him during my visit because the only thing he does in injections. Wake up Doc, there are plenty of other treatments available today.
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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  • Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
  • Compression stockings: Tight-fitted fabric sheaths that encourage blood flow.
  • Artificial skin: A covering that is applied to the wound for several days as it heals.
  • Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
  • Growth factor therapy: The use of materials naturally produced by the body to encourage quick cell growth.
  • Negative pressure therapy: Creating a vacuum around a wound to encourage faster blood flow to the area.
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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