Johns Hopkins Community Physicians in Hagerstown, Maryland with Reviews -

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By: Denise K.
Dr. Leslie S Foster, DO
Dr. Leslie Foster is an exceptional person and doctor. He really cares about his patients and the well-being of people in general. He runs a congenial office. He is also expert, dedicated and perfectionistic about the medical services that he provides. You couldn't go any better than Dr. Foster. He will take the time you need to finish a test, minimize or empathize with the pain and stresses involved, make apologies if running late due to his doing the best possible job at all times, and he'll keep you posted on when he will be getting to you. How many doctors will duck into the waiting room to reassure patients! He has a sense of humor and a wealth of knowledge. See him before his schedule fills up. He's the best! He is also conscientious about accepting people who may look or be different, and he takes the time to highlight their strong points by speaking to them as human beings and recognizing what strengths even patients in pain and with other limitations do bring to their own situations. One can be in league with an expert with Dr. Foster and feel that they have something to contribute to the healing and living well experience too. This is phenomenally great health care, treating the whole person!
By: Ehab S.
Ehab Shalaby MD, PA, Maryland Pain and Spine Associates
Dr. Ehab Shalaby is a board-certified physiatrist specializing in pain medicine. He completed his residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the State University of New York (SUNY) and his fellowship training in interventional pain medicine through Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA.Dr. Shalaby maintains privileges in the following hospitals: Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, Northwest Hospital in Baltimore, University of Maryland Midtown Hospital and Meritus Medical Center.
By: Eric W.
J Christopher Henry MD
Front desk was very helpful. Giving me directions an helping me get my appointment set up. I got in within the week which was nice. The tech was nice an chatty. I did have to wait a little bit before actually seeing the doctor. When I did see the doctor he seemed concerned about finding the issue an seeing what we can do to fix the issue. He took his time an explained everything thoroughly. I would recommend Dr.Henry to my friends and family.
By: T R.
Henry F. Garazo, MD, FACS
I just received the Hydra Facial MD and want you to know it was the best facial treatment ever. Of course Teresa made it happen. Her expertise knowledge and application is revealed in the end product leaving Dr. Henry F. Garazo' s office with a radiant and beautiful face. I highly recommend you to stop by and experience the same fabulous feeling I received today. I am confident you will feel the same as I. I feel 10 years younger!!!
By: C B.
Henry F. Garazo, MD, FACS
For reference, I am sixty yr. old female with sun damage and acne scars. I am extremely pleased with the service level and results of treatments administered by Theresa. I have been coming for treatments off and on for four years. After trying several products and protocols, she helped me find a system of treatments that are both tolerable and very effective. I am totally satisfied ,and I can heartily recommend her expertise.
By: Richard L.
O'Malley, Neil, MD
Kristin reviewed background and tested physical responds. Felt she listened to concerns about leg weakness and pain across lowerback. Spoke to Dr. O'Malley discussed effect expected with possible surgery that would address leg weakness. Together decided to try shots to SI to ease pain in back and help determine where actualy pain is residing in narrowed canal or SI.
By: Rachael L.
Henry F. Garazo, MD, FACS
I feel the staff here are very professional and courteous. They listened to all of my requests and had a clear understanding of my wants and needs and accomplished the end goal perfectly. The process was nearly painless and everything turned out wonderfully).
By: S M.
Holmes Brian MD
I was hesitant at first about having surgery but Dr Holmes assured me that was the only way I was going to be free of my pain, so I consented. I am so happy that I made the right decision because now I am pain free. Dr Holmes did a great job!
By: lkspangler1
Khan, Shafaat U, MD
It's been at least 6 years (and counting)!!! Dr. Khan and staff are easy to work with and down to earth. It was nice to find a doctor the children are not fearful of and will not strong arm you into methods you are not uncomfortable with.
By: Cheryl Z.
Henry F. Garazo, MD, FACS
Excellent service from Dr. Garazo. Dr. Garazo was very caring for my comfort during procedures. He followed up and showed an interest in my satisfaction. Very professional and excellent job.
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