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02/26/2017
By: Michelle H.
Livonia Urgent Care
This place is a joke. I was diagnosed by the office in Livonia as having a pinched nerve in my back based on an x-ray and told to go immediately to the ER. I had to sign a waiver to confirm that I understood that going to the ER via a private vehicle was not recommended. After 4 hours of waiting at the ER, I was told by a real doctor that I strained a muscle, and I had no symptoms that justified an ER visit. Michigan Urgent Care scared me half to death and told me I needed spinal surgery, which was absolutely NOT TRUE. Both the ER doctor and my primary care physician confirmed it is not possible to diagnose a pinched nerve with an x-ray. I wouldn't recommend this place to my worst enemy.
02/26/2017
By: Sarah C.
Heumann Chiropractic
Very caring doctor. Highly recommend him. I've been a patient of his my entire life and I always leave his office feeling so much better. A few years ago I feel off my back and messed up my shoulder and I went to see him afterwards and I have no pain now. His office is very clean and professional looking. His receptionist is very proffesional looking and is always kind. Dr. Heumann is altogether very helpful. And I fully recommend him. Thanks doc
02/13/2017
By: Lindsey C.
Heumann Chiropractic
I purchased a Groupon for a consultation and two adjustments. At the appointment, while waiting for the doctor, I heard him and the receptionist talking in the hallway about my insurance and he said "yeah, but we can't bill for it." During the consultation, the doctor told me that I needed to continue additional treatments after the Groupon at $40 per visit. When I informed him that I was not interested in treatment that was not covered by my insurance, he refused to treat me even though the Groupon was already purchased. He was incredibly unprofessional once he knew that he was not going to make any more money off of me. The facility was dirty and poorly-maintained. I cannot attest to the doctors expertise on the matter, but my overall impression is that he is only interested in money.
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03/13/2015
By: Diane M.
Healthy Urgent Care
They wouldn't see us just now saying they take their last appointment at 9:30pm. Doors and a eariler phone call says 10:00pm. I sure seems like the staff just wanted to go home. Use at your own risk. They may have better things to do.
12/02/2014
By: Kimberly S.
Healthy Urgent Care
The main issue I have with this office is if they don't feel it is necessary to give an antibiotic (which I am okay with, as I believe antibiotics are handed out way too much), they make you come back a few days later to get one. It is a terrible inconvenience to make someone who is already feeling pretty awful come back in to the office to receive their meds. When you are sick, the last thing you want to do is be out/driving around when it is unnecessary. The only reason I switched to this dr was because my other clinic moved a little further from me, and this one is on my way home from work. The longer drive will definitely be worth it from now on. All they care about is more money from you/your insurance, and not much about the well being of their patients. I have had other doctors in the past call in scripts or even WRITE out scripts to use if you haven't gotten better by a certain date. Some I've used; some I've never filled. But what a great thing that I didn't have to drag my sick self back to the drs just a couple days after I was already there. I'm pretty sure if I'm having the same symptoms as when I first came in and they haven't gotten better at all, that my "viral sinus" issue has turned into a sinus infection. I'm no doctor, but it doesn't take a genius to figure that one out. I will be going back to the other clinic where they are MUCH more compassionate about their patients.
02/25/2013
By: patient999
Livonia Urgent Care
AVOID the Livonia Urgent Care. The medical service received was fine at this urgent care. However, there are significant issues with its billing practice. I received a bill in May 2012 from this urgent care and paid by using my HSA account. After that I assume this balance was paid as I did not receive any subsequent notifications. Then in February 2013, I received a collection notice from an attorney noting this balance has been send to collection. So, I call up the office and discovered that the payment did not go through and the office did not bother to send another bill or any notifications that the payment did not go through.
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