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By: Ano N.
Jain Mdpa Co DR
If you have other options to take your children to other pediatric specialist -please take them ! Otherwise you will face unprofessional lady jain jyoti and her office stuff..they all together so unprofessional , rude, disgrace and etc. And the waiting area so dirty and stinks ..Run from that place and don't turn back !!
By: Candice K.
Prima Health Clinic
this facility had a general surgen implant a port in mothers heart that was supposed to be flushed once a month. No information was given to her until a year later by an ER doctor. Do Not Go Here if worried about your health
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By: Marinda R.
DR Patel
I can't say enough GREAT things about Dr. Patel and his staff. The hygienist was excellent and very easy to work with. Dr. Patel was awesome! He is truthful and doesn't try to convince you of extra worked needing to be done. I was going to a dentist who I felt I was being lied to and ripped off. They told me I had periodontal disease and a cavity, only to be told by the hygienist and Dr. Patel that my gums where healthy and I had no cavities. If you want and honest and great dentist then I truly recommend Dr. Patel. You won't be disappointed! :)
By: Trudy S.
Bruce L Ackerman DO
He gave me an ultimatum over a small weight gai in 12/13. He was so harsh when I went to a psychiatrist she said I had a case of PTSD. I refused to cooperate with him. He can be very harsh & cold. Mostly an "in & out" doctor. Not recommended.
By: sheree29
Cumbre Medical
I can't say for myself if Dr Mendez or Dr Pena are good doctors. However I have been referred to them many times and heard nothing but good things about them. The only problem is getting through the guards also known as the office staff. I've made an appointment for times and they've always look four a reason to not let me see the doctors. They are not very friendly either. I even had trouble making the appointment by phone because I would call one day and make an appointment and then they would claim I didn't have one. Another time I called to make an appointment and they said that the doctors were not accepting new patients until the new year... January 2014. So I waited until then. The receptionist told me to call her back while she ask if they are now accepting new patients. When I called back she set the appointment for me two days later, I needed to change the date for the appointment. When I call to reschedule, the reception is refused. Even though I already had an appointment set, She told me they were not accepting new patients. The next day my sister called and ask if they were accepting new patients and the receptionist said yes. A week later I attempted to make an appointment again. The appointment was finally; however, after driving all the way over there from Plano and filling out the new patient forms, they sent me away because I didn't have all my money for the insurance deductible. I asked if I could pay my co-pay and bring back the deductible. So not only said no, but told me that I didn't have a co-pay, which is not true because I called the insurance company myself. I still heard good things about these Doctors and friends kept urging me to try again. At the end of January I called again to set an appointment. They started the "we're not accepting new patients" game again. Literally an hour later I called and got the appointment. Few days later, I called to confirm the time of the appointment and AGAIN she claimed that they were not accepting new patients and told me to call the beginning of February. I called January 31 just to see what story they would give me this time. Suddenly new patients were being accepted so I set it for that same day. I came with insurance copay proof and plenty of money to pay.Everything seemed to be working okay. I was waiting for my name to be called...and then... Here we go again...the nurse called me to question my reason for visit. Once I mention ADHD as one of the reasons she tells me that neither doctors will be prescribing any control substances anymore. I know for a fact this isn't true because I know people who have been treated by them for ADHD, anxiety and treatment after getting back surgery. So they just sudden cut those patients off? They sent me away again. This time for the very last time. None of what they were saying was in the documents I signed and none of that was mentioned when the appointment was set and their was no indication of that on their website. I really don't believe the doctors actually said that. So if you want to be jerked around by the office staff, waste your time and gas driving there, then go ahead. I believe the practice will be so much better once that whole staff is fired and replaced. They give these doctors a bad reputation.
By: sarina.beaver
Jain Mdpa Co DR
This really is a bad pediatrician... I called to see if I could bring my son in because he was breathing funny. The receptionist told me to hold while she spoke with the pediatrician but never came back to the phone and never called back . She then called me 2 days later asking how my son was this was an awful experience!,,,,
By: sherrie.ledger
Adami, Bernard F, MD
This doctor LOVES FOR YOU TO FEEL EXCRUCIATION PAIN DURING YOUR LABOR AND DELIVERY! This man left me with post traumatic stress syndrome and scarred and physically disabled for the rest of my life. Whatever you do DO NOT USE THIS DOCTOR IF YOU VALUE YOUR SELF, YOUR SANITY, YOUR UNBORN CHILD OR YOUR BEAUTY. When I first thought I was pregnant I went to his office to get tested and throughout my entire pregnancy he was my doctor. He was a great doctor the entire time I was pregnant. But when I went into labor it was like a horror story. He refused to give me an epidural because he likes for you to feel pain so you will never want to have a child again. I told him I could feel everything he laughed, said good and then started cutting me open. I went into shock and had a Seizure during my C Section. I couldn't even see or hold my son after. I can't even exercise anymore because the muscles in my stomach are completely separated. The scar he left on me is the most disgusting thing I've ever seen. This man is a psychopath and should not be a doctor. He is insane and anyone that has a story even remotely similar to mine you should contact me so we can file a class action law suit against this insane horror story of a psychopath! If there is anyone that deserves to be labeled a Domestic Terrorist or should receive the death penalty it is this man. I have no clue how he even has a good review, it must have been written by himself!
By: rajanpatel
Howsden Dermatology
it was too good Dermatology office in Garland and Dallas. i visited howsden dermatology for my family health and all the Dr are too good in Medical and Surgical.
Tips & Advices
This depends on the facility. Patients should call to find out if they'll need a referral from their physician prior to making an appointment.
Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
  • Debridement: The removal of dead skin and tissue surrounding the wound. This can be done surgically, using a whirlpool bath, syringes, enzymes that dissolve the tissue, or wet dressings that dry on the wound and absorb the dead tissue.
  • 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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