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04/28/2016
By: K M.
Dave, Darshan, MD
I was sent here by another doctor and was told I would get excellent care. What a joke. I was treated for almost a year and all he did was keep bringing me back and he kept changing what he said was wrong with me. I never did get any real treatment. He is a quack.
07/10/2015
By: mark.schoolcraftsr.1
Dave, Darshan, MD
I was referee to Dr Dave for problems all over especially my neck and shoulders and told him this each visit and oh headaches, he told me he can help me with my pain becaue it is arthritis mainly , tho it has taken my life away from me and that he doesn't take care of my problemshe has no manners and is a waste of your time if you need help from pain and ailments. Run far away and don't go to Dr Dave , he is of no use,
06/03/2015
By: Belinda S.
Derakshan, Ira J, Md - Comprehensive Neurology
He is a very good doctor. IV been to lot's if doctor's and he is the only one that got my seizures under control and diagnosed me with Migralepsy and because of him I'm finally got my life back and everything they are saying is so not true he is a very caring doctor and a good all around person
11/13/2014
By: Calvin W.
Bone & Joint Surgeons Inc
As with any Drs office, things can be a bit slow...but this degree of care is worth waiting for. Dr. Castle and his staff are absolutely amazing! They are kind, considerate and know exactly what they are doing! Don't leave your well being to sub-par surgeons! Come here and get your body fixed right! I traveled WELL away from Beckley for this kind of Doctor. :)
10/15/2014
By: Allsport T.
Simmons, Darby DC
I think Dr. Darby is A #1. She is so caring about every one of her patients and takes her time with each one of them.Her staff is also very friendly and I have never had a problem getting an appointment :)She talks on your level and always explains herself. Thanks Dr. Darby!!!
08/22/2014
By: eugene.jessica
Tony C Majestro MD
My daughter was born with bilateral clubfoot. Went to Dr. Majestro for 4 1/2 months. My daughter went through castings from the day of birth until she was 7 weeks old. He directly took her from casts to corrective shoes and a brace at night ONLY! went back a month later "she is great take the brace off for good see you back in 3 months" YEAH RIGHT! my baby without the brace for a week and a half and her feet started relapsing called him figured he would see her but NOPE! He doesn't need to see her again until September! Needless to say we will from now until she is gets better we will go to Shriners Hospital!
11/07/2012
By: jimmy.nichols1990
Dr. Anthony Scott Collias, DC
very professional and they will work to improve your life. 5 years for me and I will continue to make them my provider
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