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By: Nick B.
Navato, Michael G
I've had nothing but good experiences with his staff and himself. He is the best addiction doctor in the area and has group sessions, individual sessions, he is very accomodating. I feel like I can tell him anything without judgement. He is NO pill mill, you will take drug tests. He's available on short notice for emergencies. I highly recommend Dr Navato. This country is in an opioid epidemic and he is committed to fighting it correctly and with compassion. Don't blame him for one med that didn't work for you. I have turned my life around since becoming his patient.
By: Tara B.
Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists
After waiting 2 hours, Dr. Go was in my room for 3 minutes. I am 26 and cannot run and have knee pain at all times. He gave no recommendations and appeared to not care. I had to ask for physical therapy. I will definitely not return
By: Dward F.
Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists
St. Luke's East ER took X-Ray of arm .. their doctor MISSED seeing the break, and referred me Rockhill Dr. Lansford saying they'd order CT scan to determine cause of continuing severe arm pain. Rockhill Dr. Lansford did NOT look at my arm, looked at the same ER X-Ray but Dr. Lansford also MISSED seeing the break, did NOT order a CT scan, had a snarky condescending attitude, and after doing NOTHING he sent me home saying come back in two or three weeks. So .. went to another Orthopedic sports Dr. at Lee's Summit Medical, who had great reviews, he looked at St. Luke's East ER X-Ray. He immediately saw the break in upper arm, immediately ordered MRI which also uncovered three detached ligaments in rotator cuff, and scheduled surgery the very next week. Will never go back to Rockhill .. do NOT need to pay good money for them to do NOTHING .. other than scheduling more office visits.
By: Kevin P.
Navato, Michael G
Dr. Navato is the worst psychiatrist that I have ever seen. He makes everyone of his patients take Abilify, whether they need it or not. It's a long story, but I had no other choice in doctors for seven months. And was stuck with Dr. Navato.He doesn't seem to know a thing about this medicine, because everything I found out about it was horrible. This medication destroyed my life, and I basically felt like I was on speed for 7 straight months. It was terrible. It made me 110% manic, and 110% depressed at the same time.Believe me I'm being generous, when I give him one star overall rating. The wait for my appointments were usually about an hour, and to his credit he seemed like a nice guy, but for $$ reasons he puts all his patients on Abilify.PLEASE, see a different psychiatrist at all costs.
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By: mrpants
Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists
I like my Dr, but having to wait an hour and a half every time is pretty unprofessional. If you have to come here, I would recommend you ask for Larry Freevert.
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By: Tim B.
Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists
Should be Dr Dont Go not Dr Go
By: Christina N.
Obstetrix Medical Group
The doctors and nurses here are very nice and helpful! That being said, I HATE that I have to come here for my ultrasounds and fetal echos! The reception here is one of the worst I have ever dealt with. I have had the same lady there every time I've gone. Over the phone, she acts like it's a huge inconvenience talking to you. In person, she is much worse. Barely looks at you, never says anything more than she has to. You better not ask any questions because you'll get a look like you just asked her to run a mile, followed by as basic an answer as she can come up with a tone that says "I would rather listening to nails on a chalkboard than sitting here talking to you right now."
By: Fu#k O.
Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists
Place is a f***ing joke see almost every dr but frevert is awesome and pang but rapley is a joke told by frevert have nerve damage and 2 months went by got worse he says go at it aggressively with surgery but he doesnt do it rapley does that kind this guy what a joke says lets sit and wait to see if it gets better 3 months and gotten worse still no treatment what a joke he shouldnt be a dr its work comp case but if i was paying myself he would've said surgery 2 months ago if you see frevert or pang good dont see anybody else especially RAPLEY guys sucks as a person and dr
By: Phyllis O.
Dr. Sarah S Florio, MD
This doctor couldn't seem to find solutions to solve my medical issues. Nor did she refer me to any specialist who might be able to. Due to illness, I had to reschedule a few times and she dropped me as a patient without notice or checking on me to see if I was ok. I would not recommend.
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By: rolo6362
Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists
I went to Dr Go for a pre surgery eval referral from my Dr. I was very impressed at how professional and friendly he & his staff there at Rockhill was to me when I was there. I do have to say I felt a little ackward having to have them take a pic of me for their files etc. as I have nevr had this done .
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