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09/10/2013
By: beanic
Natural Acupuncture
I have been going here for several years. I am recovering from 7 strokes with his help of Acupuncture and TCM herbs. I've also sought help when having other ailments which he has helped me recover from. I also watch my diet and drink more water than tea. I was drinking Diet colas like water before my strokes which are completely off my list now as are processed foods. The strokes are not instant recovery, but are improving steadily to the great surprise of everyone who knows me at the hospital across the street, where I go for Physical / Occupational Therapy off and on. I am just now entering more Advanced PT/OT exercises now that have not been done on any of the other stroke patients. This is thanks to several of the members of my Team of therapy people starting with Dr. Wang.Dr. Wang is a very generous TCM Dr. who genuinely cares for his patients. He was traditionally trained in China under a Master for over a decade and served at the Tianjin TCM Hospital when it first opened for years. While practicing in W.Palm Beach and Ft. Lauderdale he taught Traditional Acupuncture.
09/21/2016
By: Robert R.
Dr. Adam Jason Lipman, MD
I am a 60 year old male who is suffering with osteoarthritis in my right hip. A friend recommended that I set up an appointment with Dr. Adam Lipman. And, I am so happy that I did! Dr. Lipman is a young doctor who is wise beyond his years. He has exemplary communication skills - and is compassionate, a good listener, and takes the time needed to address the issues at hand. It looks like he will be replacing my right hip in a few weeks - and I have the utmost confidence in his ability to see me through this physical challenge. In talking to the staff at Broward Health Imperial Point, Dr. Lipman is a highly respected surgeon who comes highly recommended by those who assist him in the operating room and then others who work with him supporting patients in their recovery. Thank you, Dr. Lipman! I appreciate you.
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08/05/2015
By: Victoria H.
Bayview Pizza & Grill
Stopped by Bayview Pizza this afternoon, and actually hesitated, because the place before was not good, and I am happy to report that this place deserves 5 stars on their pizza; first all, it has to pass the crunch test, which is having that great crunch when you bite in to it. The cheese was top quality and not too much sauce - I ate the whole piece and most of the crust, because it was so scrumptious.I can't wait to go back and try some of their other selections. The have an extensive menu - in addition to pizza - they have appetizers, salads, dinners, many pasta selections, burgers, and subs, even specialties such as quesadillas, wings, wraps & pitas - but the most important thing is THEY DELIVER UNTIL 4 IN THE MORNING! AND HAVE BEER & WINE
12/09/2014
By: Martina D.
1st Care Medical Center
I recently visit the clinic with very bad cold. The staff and doctor were very helpful ,friendly and professional. The clinic was busy but took only 5 minutes to see the doctor. Very clean, great location I would choose the clinic again for this fantastic service.
07/12/2014
By: Denise G.
Dr. Gregory L. Perez, MD - Lauderdale Dermatology
Took my aging aunt to Dr. Perez's office. (He is cared for her and her late husband for a long time). He was exceedingly patient with her, explained (and re-explained) answers to her questions. He put her at ease about a lot of her skin concerns. Just awesome.
09/10/2015
By: Linor E.
Rodger Stratt, M.D.
Dr Stratt provided me with his cellphone number, i texted him pictures of my healing and asked so many questions he was always there with a quick response! the staff are incredible, each and every girl in the office welcome you with a smile and warmth.
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10/10/2015
By: Chien L.
Onik, Gary M, MD
I am thrilled to report that my PSA is undetectable !! You have done it!! Thanks in a million.There are thousands of people suffering like me (rising PSA after radiation. You may need to "advertise" more or some other means to save their suffering!!
03/30/2015
By: Manny M.
Rodger Stratt, M.D.
The office staff was so loving and caring. I felt like I was at a family member's house and I was just meeting family I didn't know. They treat you like family. Which made me very happy and comfortable. Dr. Stratt is a true artist at body sculpting!!
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03/25/2015
By: Carol S.
1st Care Medical Center
I am very grateful to know such a caring team, Everyone makes you feel right at home, Sarah is very kind!! The entire staff takes excellent care of you. I highly recommend a visit if you are looking for a health care center that cares about YOU!!
07/01/2014
By: L P.
Dr. Gregory L. Perez, MD - Lauderdale Dermatology
Everyone is so pleasant and kind.Dr Perez is so knowledgeable and has a great bedside manner. He listens and answers all questions in terms one can understand without a medical dictionary.I would highly recommend Dr Perez without hesitation.
Tips & Advices
Yes, anesthesiologist complete four years of medical school plus additional training.
There are three different types of anesthesia:
  • Local anesthesia temporarily stops pain in a specific area. It is often used for local surgeries and administered via an injection and allows patients to remain conscious.
  • Regional anesthesia stops pain in a large portion of the body, such as an arm or leg, while the patient remains conscious. Major types of regional anesthesia include:
    • Peripheral nerve blocks: An anesthetic is injected near a bundle of nerves that transmit sensations from a specific area. For example, an anesthesiologist would administer a nerve block near a patient's arm to numb that entire area, allowing the surgeon to operate.
    • Spinal anesthetic: The anesthetic is injected into the lower back near the spinal cord, causing the lower body to go numb. This type is most commonly used for orthopedic procedures and surgery in the rectal, pelvic, or abdominal regions.
    • Epidural anesthetic: This is similar to a spinal anesthetic but is used primarily for labor/childbirth, and surgery of the lower limbs. Instead of an injection, the medication is administered through a thin catheter inserted into the area near the spinal cord.
  • General anesthesia, which is either inhaled through a breathing mask/tube or administered via an IV line, ┬ácauses the patient to fall completely unconscious.
Common procedures anesthesiologists perform include:
  • Administering and managing anesthesia
  • Managing and addressing changes in important life functions during surgery, including heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing
  • Diagnosing and treating medical problems that arise during and immediately after surgery
Anesthesiologist do not have to be board certified, although approximately 75 percent of them are. They must be licensed to practice within their state, however, and can obtain additional specialty certifications in critical care and pain management.
Procedural sedation, previously known as conscious sedation, is a process where a patient is given a sedative that reduces discomfort and awareness but does not result in a full sedation. This allows the patient to undergo uncomfortable procedures while still maintaining control over his or her breathing.

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