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By: Stephen G.
Florida Braincore Therapy
This is the best doctor(Dr. Serle) I've seen for my current issue and I would definitely recommend this doctor and I'm pretty picky about doctors I choose.
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By: Richard C.
Florida Braincore Therapy
Excellent consultation, and after a follow up a now have a better understanding of my migraines and have some new techniques for dealing with them. Very professional service.
By: Charlie R.
Dr. Phillip J. Garcia, MD - Garcia Institute Town Center
Dr. Garcia and his staff are amazing. They explained all details in a way I could clearly understand, and also gave me detailed, day by day written instructions. They were available to answer my questions at all time, they even provided me with cel numbers. I am in love with my results. I would recommend anyone to come to see the FACE specialist!!!
By: Kim H.
Dr. Phillip J. Garcia, MD - Garcia Institute Town Center
I am very happy with my procedures. I was very impressed with dr. Garcia professionally and personally.
By: Natasha M.
Dr. Phillip J. Garcia, MD - Garcia Institute Town Center
Dr. Garcia gives patients realistic expectations, without trying to over correct. His outcomes are natural and improved without appearing artificially correct.
By: Samuel W.
Dr. Phillip J. Garcia, MD - Garcia Institute Town Center
Everything was explained in depth, when it came down to it, I was very comfortable with everything! He did a great job explaining the procedure.
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By: Kristi S.
Jacqmein MD Jeff PA
My father is the patient here, he ran out of his medication, and we are on day 3 of requesting a refill. My father has epilepsy and withdrawing from this medication because they can’t seem to sign an rx could cause him to have a seizure. I keep getting the run around but was told several high priority messages were sent to Dr J about this issue. But apparently he doesn’t read them, he is a worthless doctor in my opinion. We still don’t have the medication he needs. He doesn’t care. And most of the staff was extremely rude on the phone.
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By: Madeline W.
Adams, Charles P Jr MD PA
Best eye exam ever!Staff is friendly and professional.Dr. Adams is great and does a very thorough exam.
By: Erik M.
Dr. Phillip J. Garcia, MD - Garcia Institute Town Center
My procedure was all good, from the doctor to the staff to the results to the results it was all great!
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By: Thomas S.
Dr. Rodney Albert Marcom, DO
Great, only Doctor I will see trusting.
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