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07/13/2016
By: Rocio B.
Indiana University Med Ctr: Tahiri Hassani, Youssef MD
We are so thankful for the amazing work that Dr Tahiri did for our little daughter. She was born with Pierre Robin Sequence at our local hospital and then transferred to Riley Hospita.At Riley Dr Tahiri was one of the first professionals we meet and he was confident and knowledgeable about our girl's condition. As soon as he walked in the room, he described to us her condition and treatment and what we should expect from it, he even gave us an approximated of how long she would stay there and he was right. Thanks to him, we felt positive because he was able to make us feel like we were in the right place with the right professionals. There are not enough words to describe how thankful we are to have him as our surgeon and be able to provided a better quality of life to our little girl. He is an upstanding surgeon with a good attitude and those types of doctors that you are able to feel comfortable to ask any questions and be able to trust his judgment without a doubt.
07/07/2016
By: Tracy M.
Indiana University Med Ctr: Tahiri Hassani, Youssef MD
Dr. Tahiri made us feel at ease from the moment we met him! He did an absolutely amazing job on my son's unilateral cleft lip. Those who know our story are in awe when seeing the results after just 4 1/2 months...and those whom we just meet usually have no idea our son even had a cleft lip.It's a scary thing to have your infant go through a surgery so young and Dr. Tahiri took great care of both our son and also paid special attention to us! We had multiple appointments leading up to the surgery to make sure all our questions were answered and he took the time with us - never making us feel rushed.His explanations & professional attitude are on-point and he has a sense of ease about him that makes you feel taken care of. His work speaks for itself when seeing before & after pictures. He is a genuine individual who truly cares about making the future bright for all those who are cleft affected.
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05/18/2016
By: Matt n kate A.
Indiana University Med Ctr: Tahiri Hassani, Youssef MD
Dr. Tahiri is amazing. We can't say enough good things about him. He is knowledgeable about his craft and truly prides himself in his work, and he cares about it because he is changing the lives of children for the better. He is, by far the most personable surgeon we have met in our years of multiple surgeons, and our 2 year old son likes and trust him despite having been through multiple surgeries with him. Dr. Tahiri takes the time to thoroughly explain things to the family and sincerely values the concerns and opinions of others involved. He has also taken the time to personally call me to answer questions I had as well as filling out extra paperwork when I was applying for a grant. We hope we never have to use another craniofacial surgeon. Dr. Tahiri is, in my opinion, the best there is!
04/14/2016
By: Sierra W.
Indiana University Med Ctr: Tahiri Hassani, Youssef MD
There are not enough words to describe how special Dr. Tahiri is to our family. He has been our plastic surgeon since our youngest son Owen was born in July 2014. Owen has many health problems and we couldn't ask for a better surgeon to be on our team. Not only is he a well known, well respected surgeon with a great surgical record, he genuinely cares about his patients and their families. He has personally called us after hours and on weekends with test results that we were anxiously waiting for. He goes above and beyond his duties as our plastic surgeon. When you're told your one week old baby needs major jaw surgery in order to breath, having a surgeon like Dr. Tahiri makes the situation as good as it can possibly be. We are forever grateful for what he has done for us. Sierra Watson
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06/10/2015
By: Carly W.
Family Beginnings
I wanted to write this review in hopes of helping others who are seeking a fertility specialist. A positive or negative experience with staff can make or break your infertility journey. With that being said, I believe Dr. Donahue is an excellent physician and person- but his office staff is terrible and insensitive. I often felt very uneasy, because most of the correspondence came from his 2 nurses whom I did not trust, based on things that happened during my time there. My husband and I felt that we were an inconvenience when we lost our babies- which is a horrible shame. We have since moved on to another specialist and love both the doctor and his staff. From experience, I can say this makes a huge difference! Please do your research.
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07/25/2012
By: djprince
Dr. Gregory M Sokol, MD
Dr. Deborah Sokol has been taking care of my son's epilepsy for a while now. She does real well with him as long as she has time to go through his file first or someone (me) refreshes her memory about him each and every time you go there. She forgets to write prescriptions with all the legal requirments so you have trouble getting them filled. This doctor is ok in a pinch but I suggest trying to find one that will actually TRY to acquaint themselves with your child prior to suggesting med reductions or discontinuations. Be careful with this one, be your child's full time active advocate or your child gets lost in the shuffle!
06/03/2016
By: Rena B.
Dr. Dolly D Rani, MD
I was diagnosed with hyperactive thyroidism by Dr. Dolly Rani, she was very personal and professional. I was scared and upset. She was reassuring and told me through my options of getting on the right track to get well.I would recommend Dr. Rani to anyone who may live in Indianapolis, IN, or if you are thinking of moving here and you have thyroid problems and need a specialist she is one of the best doctors in her field. It's been three years and the symptoms associated with this disease have improved like she said they would and my thyroid is within the normal range.
09/30/2014
By: Lisa S.
JWM Neurology PC
I have recently been diagnosed with Ms and was referred to Dr George. Dr George was wonderful, she took the time I needed to understant what was going on, and listened to my concerns. Very unsure of the diagnoses and of the out come we were very upset, but the staff was wonderful very understanding, didn't rush me, took the time to explain every step, even the office manager took the time to greet me and gave me her business card and told me to call if I ever needed anything, we were very impresses with the care I received.
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07/08/2016
By: Jenny O.
Indiana University Med Ctr: Tahiri Hassani, Youssef MD
I was the mother of a newborn with pierre robin sequence and a cleft palate that was found out at birth and if that wasn't stressful enough it was found he needed to have jaw distraction! Dr. Tahiri came in and immediately hugged me and detailed what the distraction surgery would be like and the recovery! The day of surgery another hug and a "I will take care of him as if he were my own kid" and I know my son was in good hands! Amazing doctor and man!
12/08/2012
By: kelly.wallen.3
Performance Wellness South
I WOULD LIKE TO THINK SHANNON AND ALL OF HER WORKERS FOR HELPING ME GET BETTER YOU GUYS ARE ALL SWEET AND UNDERSTANDING I WOULD RECOMMEND EVERYONE TO GO THERE. THANKS FOR DEALING WITH ME SINCE SEPTEMBER BUT THANKS TO YOU GUYS I AM FEELING A LOT BETTER AND ON MY WAY TO RECOVERY. THANK YOU KELLY WALLEN AND MY KIDS
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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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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