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By: M P.
Noorhasean, Dorette
Dr. Noorhasan and her staff are great! Words cannot begin to explain how we feel about them but I will do my best....My wofe and I went to Dr. Noorhasan two years ago for consultation on our options as a lesbian married couple to conceive. From the start she was very informative about our options. B/c of the travel distance from our home, we made the mistake of going elsewhere. Two miscarriages later with a heartless RE and no answers, we went back to Dr. Noorhasan. Best decision we made!Again, she welcomed us as if 2 years never passed and sat down with us and went over our options. She told us that we needed test done to find out why the miscarriages. We were thrilled we were finally getting answers, and answers we surly got. My tubes were blocked so IVF was our best option. Through sympathy of our losses and our upcoming journey, Dr. Noorhasan and her lead nurse, Stephanie, made sure we knew we were in good hands. I LOVED going to their office every single time I went. I had a trust relationship with them (which means a lot b/c Im not one to trust right away) and its all because of how they approach you like an individual and not just another cookie cutter patient. I personally loved the fact that they do not tell you much about details but give you the essential information as youre going through the infertility treatment. IVF is intense but with how they comfort you and answer any of your questions, you don't feel overwhelmed. In fact, Stephanie spent countless times "talking me off the ledge" after we got the great news that we became pregnant on our first FET! I was blessed to have her by our side during times of panic that comes naturally with uncertainty.I knew we did good by our choice when Dr. Noorhasan teared up when she showed us our first sono of our baby. She was genuinely excited for us. ALL the staff in Dallas were excited for us and I mean all of them. My wife and I couldn't wait to walk through those doors every time we went.Truly Greatful
By: Nell F.
Andrew B Burke DO
I am a Nurse that manages a Medicaid patient that has several issues due to chronic conditions post Brain Injury. Due to his primary insurance being Medicaid,we have had several Doctor changes over the years.We are so grateful to now have Dr.Burke and all of his Staff.When you have been around where the Medicaid Health System takes you,you can tell from the experience who is good and who isn't. If you can't see how great the entire office and services are you haven't had enough experiences yet.Before Doctor Burke's office ,there were times when it took us 2-3 weeks to get an office do a refill.Not having his meds put him in physical danger.We never wait for refills with Dr's Burke 's office.Not in the best area of town,but the office is always of the basics for good health.not always seen in some of the Md offices we have had to be in.Dr Burke is and should be proud of his Staff.From Professional,clean appearance to Professional performance the Staff has always been knowledgeable,kind and caring.No question is ever "stupid",and they always listen.We have had good follow-thru with all of his Medical problems from freq chronic problems to Surgery requiring consults from Specialists.When a patient "enjoys" going to his Dr's office.nothing more needs to be said.Except a Special Thank-you for keeping someone Healthy.What we all need to remember is that it's not only the patient that is experiencing more and more problems with our Health Care system,think of the Doctor's frustrations with all the cut backs and how it effects them.We are Blessed to still have Dr. Burke and his office caring for us.We realize that we are getting the best quality care possible.More should take a minute to notice!
By: Idelle L.
Andrew B Burke DO
I've been a patient of Dr. Burke's for nearly 6 years. Not only has he taken great care of me, but my entire family, too. I'm not alone....his office is filled with families that he has taken care of for many years.( I talk to people while I'm there.) He is a wonderful Doctor and he has a great staff. He diagnosed two conditions of mine other Doctors missed. My life would really have been shortened had it not been for Dr. Burke. The last time I got sick, I called the office and they got me in that day....and where else does that happen? He has taken excellent care of my mother and my mother-in-law, both in their 80's and on Medicare. In fact, he sent them out for tests to wonderful facilities and Specialists. Dr. Burke told me that he only sends his patients to other Doctors that he would send his own family to, but then, that's what Dr. Burke does; he oversees and follows your care, sends you out to a specialist or another facility for exams or tests that you need. I think that's a great thing....keeps many people from taking too many medications and not truly finding out what's wrong. Frankly, I recommend Dr. Burke to everyone who is looking for a wonderful, caring Doctor. He's been in practice for 28 years, his office is filled with awards for quality patient care; he even got a letter from the Governor thanking him for 25 years of taking care Texans. Thanks to all of his staff too, they are friendly, caring, funny and really good at what they do...even cleaning the building every night....I've been there at closing. So that's my review....about my Doctor...Dr. Andrew B. Burke, and you'll thank yourself for making him your Doctor too.
By: Steve C.
Dr. Deno B Barroga, MD
I have a rare, no-cause, no-cure foot disease and Dr. Barroga took me on as a patient. Even though my disease is super-rare, he researched and helps me with the pain from this disease. It is progressive, but I've been going every month to Dr. Barroga and he has helped me with every issue and helps me live a somewhat 'normal' life. He takes steps to ensure he knows about this disease and because it is so rare, it's very difficult to find a pain management Dr. who will help me with this. And, the staff has helped me very much, as well. He cares about his patients, and the building of trust is key with a rare condition. Very important to be responsible and pro-active so Dr. Barroga can best treat my condition - I have a back issue, too, and he helps with that. A great Dr. who cares, who listens, and who works with you as trust is established to form a solid Dr. - patient relationship. I highly recommend Dr. Barroga for chronic pain, acute pain, and other pain from injury or long-term disease or injury. Staff keeps A+ records and Dr. Barroga will try to satisfy any request as long as you also work with his requests for x-ray, MRI, etc. I am lucky to have such a terrific Dr. for my chronic pain and I recommend him highly. You will be very happy with staff and the professional care provided by Dr. Barroga. A+
By: Andrea W.
Dr. Kalamani Rachel Dharma, MD
Rachel Dharma is an amazing Doctor and person. She truly cares for both mom and the child and has a wonderful bedside manner. I am sensitive and feel anxious around doctors and hospitals, but I knew she was going to be the one to help us bring our baby into the world when I had panicked over the needle while getting my blood drawn and instead of pushing me or passively mocking me, she held my hand, talked to me, and affirmed me. She was firm, but so patient and affirming, and I needed that to encourage me to follow through with my goals and desires during this pregnancy and delivery. Because of her, I didn't give up or give into doubt, and not once did she doubt that I could deliver my daughter or offer me other alternatives when she knew that I didn't want them. We truly felt cared for and KNOWN by her, and it made all of the difference to me and to our family. If you are looking for someone that will care for the baby and for you and help you every step of the way, she's the one you're looking for.
By: Jim U.
DFW Neuropathy
I had disability of neuropathy and had searched out a treatment. I had gone to a neurologist who provided pain reliever medicines but no cure or treatments. I was told that was all that could be done. My neuropathy had traveled from my toes to above ankles.I was driving by the Mid Cities DFW Neuropathy Clinic and thought I needed a second opinion and after approximately 6 months of treatments, I went from a discomfort level of "9” to a discomfort of less than ”1”. I will have very mild flair up when my feet get cold or not wearing socks with certain shoes. The outcome was outstanding and I will always be thankful to Dr. Ali Alavi and his great staff. I now have have my gait back and now have the ability to walk 3 miles a day rather than maybe from my car to the store entrance.. BTW only 40% of neuropathy is caused by diebetes. The 60% are walking wounded, not knowing alternatives other than meds. I highly recommend the care and cure I received. Thank you,
By: Billy L.
Dermlaser Institute of Dallas
Very good dermatologist, but the support service was not good. During the visit, I was proposed a procedure and I specifically asked if it was covered 100% by my insurance. Dermatologist turned to the nurse and asked her if it was fully covered, and the nurse said that she already checked and it was. Because I was leaving town for a few month, I specifically asked again the front desk if I only had to pay the copay and nothing else. They said I would not have further charges. One month later, I receive a bill in the mail, because the procedure was not fully covered. I called the office to explain the situation and they told me it was not their fault, but the insurance's fault. Very dissatisfied customer.On another note, it took me 30 min going around on different floors to find the Dallas office because the office was not included in the directory and the management of the building was not able to help us.
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By: Wayne W.
Konen & Associates
I'm a new patient , just went last Friday 9/18/2015. I received an appointment really quickly , after the first place I was recommended to go to didn't take my insurance . I found the office and people there to be professional and courteous . I met Dr. Flanagan and he addressed my pain issue and my other health problems. I feel as though I'm in competent hands for now and in the future. He had already familiarized his self with my information from the Baylor Hospital Portal , witch is an Awesome tool for yourself to look and use , as well as a perspective doctor for you to use . The only reason I came to this page was to look for there phone number, I had forgotten to save it when they called me to make my appointment . I couldn't find it on any of the paper work they gave me to take home and I didn't grab a business card .
By: Jody L.
Dr. Kalamani Rachel Dharma, MD
I cannot say enough to express my gratitude for Dr.Dharma and her wonderful facility and staff. Just writing this review gets me all emotional. This being my first pregnancy, I had a lot of worries and a lot of fear about labor! She made me feel so confident.I had a very long labor and when things got tricky, she really showed her expertise. I loved getting to know Dr.Dharma throughout my pregnancy which made me feel even more comfortable knowing that, during labor, I would be with people I trusted and that genuinely cared about me and my family during labor. Dr. Dharma and her nurses took amazing care of us. Once baby arrived, they gave us time to peacefully be together as a family! It was such an incredible time in our lives. Thank you!
By: christopherindallas
Dr. Steven M. Pounders, MD
Steven Pounders is the best. I had been to see quite a few different doctors over the years in search of the best physician. I was referred to Steven Pounders in 2000 and I have been seeing him since. His bedside manners are outstanding, he takes the time to truly understand the problem and properly diagnose with the best possible treatment. However, what impresses me the most about Dr. Pounders is his relentless to stay on top of the latest and greatest technology and treatments. You won't find outdated or ineffective treatments from Dr. Pounders. He is difficult to get into see, but the best always are. I don't recommend Dr. Pounders PA's, but Dr. Pounders himself is by far the best. On a scale of 1-10 he gets an 11.
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