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By: monkeysmommy2008
Carter, Kenny B, MD
Dr. Carter and his team are truly wonderful! I experienced a reaction to a medication the day of my procedure and it was like the entire office was there supporting me. They made me feel like everything was going to be ok and did everything they could to make me comfortable. It passed and I decided to have the procedure (balloon sinusplasty and the Celon method) in the hospital instead of the office simply because i was afraid of another reaction and no other reason. That was an amazing experience and it could not have gone any better. The greatest part of all of this is how incredible I feel now! Dr. Carter changed my life! My nose used to run constantly and I would get chronic sinus infections. Now my nose never runs and I can always breathe...in fact, I can breathe much better than I ever have in my life. I didn't know that it was possible to breathe this good! It's all opened up and I feel like a new person. Do not hesitate if you have any sort of breathing issues, ear or throat issues (I had all three due to the chronic sinus infections)...call right now to make an appointment! I am a real patient and was not paid anything to write this. I just want people to know that they do not have to suffer anymore!!! Thank you Dr. Carter...YOU ROCK! :-)
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By: Saundra W.
Wang, Paul
Horrible!! .I had labs with abnormal values sit for 3 months and when I had the "nerve" to question them he came in room with a nasty disposition and said he heard I was complaining about no followup on lab results. I explained my concerns and ....he LITERALLY put his finger over his mouth in a gesture that basically told me to shut up!! He then said angrily." I really, really don't like it when you tell me your diagnosis!! Huh???Previously I told him my veteran diagnosed service connected disabled veteran and today I told him my other diagnosis I got last week from specialist to help him! WTH? Been 2 mos with same pain but he won't consider peers diagnosis to see if related. No progress in 2 months. How did he go from my concern re: info on labs to not wanting to know diagnosis of other conditions? What doc says that?? I changed providers after I walked out on. Please read other reviews on vital.com and healthgrades!!! Im still in pain 2 months later.
By: Alicia A.
Healing Care Pediatrics
Excellent doctor was able to get us in on the same day, The medical office is new and very nice will recommend her.
By: Rezwan A.
Healing Care Pediatrics
Best pediatrician in Frisco, wish we found her earlier. Was very informative, took the time to diagnose the ailment.
By: Derek W.
Dr. Bo Wang, MD
Karen, April, and the rest of the staff are professional and friendly. Great service at affordable prices!!! I highly recommend them to my family, friends, and you.
By: Makinzie M.
Young Minds/Dr. Sharlaw Bhargava
Absolutely helped with my anxiety and panic attacks after seeing other offices, this is the best. Amazing staff and great service.
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By: Vpfyi N.
Dr. Christine A Carman Stiles, MD
This lady is awesome. My work is perfection. Please call her and set up an appointment if YOU are not satisfied with you. She gets 1000 stars. Her office staff is excellent as well and they all are helpful and make you feel like the star you are or want to be. Should I need any other work done this is my go to place. God truly uses her hands to sculpt what I wanted. I am pleased����
By: Riley K.
Warren T Snodgrass
Dr. Snodgrass is the most amazing pediatric urologist. We flew in to see him and it was so worth it! After so many failed repairs Dr. Snodgrass flawlessly swooped in and corrected my son's medical issues and now we are so happy and he has had no problems. Thank you Dr. Snodgrass!
By: Riley K.
Bush, Nicol C Md
Dr. Bush is absolutely fantastic! She did surgery on my child but you would never know...that's how good she is! Shouldn't that be the goal?
By: Meredith S.
Culver, Jennifer L, MD
I had gone to Dr. Culver for several years for various things and had been pretty happy with her and her staff. I never had trouble getting in and I felt like she listened to my concerns. However, I had a couple of incidences where she misdiagnosed me. She misdiagnosed me for vaginal dryness, prescribed me a strong med, and even suggested it might be early menopause. When I saw my OBGYN for a 2nd opinion she laughed at the early menopause suggestion (I was 30, then) and was upset that she had misdiagnosed me and gave me such a strong Rx. The other time I went in b/c I thought I might have strep, but they looked at me like I had 2 heads b/c they couldn't find anything wrong. I was sent away with an Rx for an antibiotic if I didn't feel better. Well, I didn't feel better, so I took the meds and got WORSE. I ended up seeing my GI doc and he said it was a classic case of thrush and wasn't sure how she missed something so basic. He was upset, too and asked me to leave her practice. Both of my docs said that her diagnoses were way off and just unacceptable. I will NOT be seeing her again, nor do I recommend her!
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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  • 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.
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