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By: Terry D.
Valla, Noreen
This was my first visit with Dr Valla, and I needed a primary physician who can monitor a host of medical conditions. I found her to be alert and professional and well aware that her recommendations were important in assuring the best of care for me. I know if I have a question, she'd be capable of getting the right answer for me. Looking forward to seeing her for my semi-annual reviews.
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By: Joanjohn S.
Austin Pain Associates
Terrible office. Watch out for these people and Dr. Devin Peck, they're not ethical and are run by clerks and bill collectors. They act like drug dealers. "No money, no services." The billing & collections clerks control who the doctors get to treat and string you along for months. The billing & collection clerks also cancel your appointment with less than 12 hours, and without notice. They also schedule appointments when the doctors are on vacation, and don't tell you until less than 12 hours before your scheduled appointment. Go to a reputable physician and get referred to a reputable specialist for your pain - much less expensive both emotionally and financially in the long run
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By: Athena B.
Silberberg, Alan D
I wish I could give this doctor 0 stars and I wish he did not have his nursing staff and college friends reading fake 5 star reviews on Yelp everyone I have spoke to you about him since seeing him leaves me to believe bet it can only be his friends and family writing those good reviews. I was told that Ibetter schedule and submit to injection in my shoulder if I wanted any more medicine. This thing is I was seeing him for my hip my shoulder was fine. I had already shown in my medical history that hip injections do not work for me so he just randomly chose another body part. Stay away from this injection happy monster money machine
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