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By: C C.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
Very professional and friendly atmosphere. The staff was also very thorough and made me feel comfortable with my visit.
By: K W.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
I saw Sarah, and really appreciated the time she took to diagnos and explain what is going on with my back. I did not fell rushed at all. She reminded me of Melissa - who I love!!
By: Paulette R.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
Tom is very good, kind and considerate. He listens to you and gives you options to do to help control your pain. I would not want to see anyone but him, because I trust him completely.
By: J M.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
I have been a patient for about 7 or 8 years. I have had 3 surgerys on back 1 on arm. I have recommended Parkway to 4 friends. All came here and love it like I do. Everyone friendly, PA's listen carefully to what you say. Doctor explains procedure completely. I am very happy with Parkway Neuroscience and Spine.
By: Cindy P.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
Came in a lot of pain, back and left knee. Sarah was so pleasant and very helpful to me, Thank you Doctor.
By: S S.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
I like coming to Parkway. Tom Pasquarello is very down to earth and easy to speak to about whatever issues you have. Ive been with this practice for 10+ years and cannot imagine going anywhere else. Office staff are wonderful as well.
By: G B.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
My family doctor explained to me I was headed for a wheel chair because of the damage to my lower back, if something wasn't done. He directed me to Parkway and Dr Holmes. It took 3 surgeries and a lot of phys. therapy to fix me, I wanted to give up many times, but the doctors and staff kept me positive. I lead an almost normal life now thanks to the professional and caring people at Parkway.
By: T V.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
The Physcians Assistant was very nice and listened to me. Office staff was also very nice and willing to help me in any way. Will recommend to anyone
By: Charles H.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
Dr Chen was wonderful. She explained everything to us in detail so we understand the diagnosis. Clerical staff was wonderful. Would recommend this office to family and friends.
By: M C.
Parkway Neuroscience & Spine Institute
Dr Waheed is amazing. As soon as he walks in, he smiles and makes me feel so welcome, finds out how I am feeling, etc etc etc. He is so professional and I feel 100 percent comfortable being treated by him. I wish all drs were like him.
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