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By: James G.
Thaker & Brahmhatt
No experience with Dr. Thaker, but Dr. Brahmbhat has demonstrated an utter disregard for patient comfort and standards of care. After a friend of mine went to him and shared her experience I was shocked by the techniques employed for his female exams. I also work in medicine (though not as a physician) and went to several of my colleagues to ask about his methods for answers/reassurance. They confirmed to me, multiple times that his technique was non-standard, and expressed concern for the well-being of my friend. As a medical professional I am shocked by the quality of treatment provided, and greatly concerned for my friend, who now has to undergo the emotional fallout of such treatment. She is in the process of filing a formal complaint through the medical board.My sincere advice is to seek medical care elsewhere.
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By: 1markdowns
Mark Head, MD
Dr. Head is a good and caring doctor who listens to what you say and does not jump to extensive testing which is not required.
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By: Savannah D.
Doctor Thacker
Makes no sense that he's my assigned doctor through my insurance and I try to call and make an appointment and the soonest he could see me is 3 mos. Crazy I bet I do wait. Guess I'm changing providers
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By: Ginger P.
Mark Head, MD
Great doctor! Easy to talk to doctor that yearns to understand what is going on with you. Dr. Head will prescribe needed meds but he also talks about how diet and exercise can avoid the need for some of those. It's those sorts of things that let me know that he cares about his patients just as much as he cares about the money he makes caring for them.
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