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04/21/2017
By: E D.
Bhalla Sarbpaul M D
Went to see Dr.Bhalla for back problems, told him I was also having problems with right glute pain. He did x-rays of both hips and said I needed hip replacement for both and that the hips where bone to bone. I asked for a copy of x-rays $20 and made an appointment with a orthopedic hip surgeon for a second opinion. The hip specialist did x-rays also and said my hips were not bone to bone and that nothing warranted hip replacement. Dr. Bhalla may have been right, my current orthpedic is suggesting that my hips may need surgery also 4-21-17.http://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_Sarbpaul_Bhalla/reviews#ixzz4NDgJES00
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12/28/2015
By: Fernando G.
Jabaiah, Ahmad
Dr,Ahmad jabaiah MD resident physician . I' been seeing dr, jabaiah twice now, and let me say that he listen and takes nots of my symptoms. So when I walk in we résumé where we left off . and find a solution. thank you Dr,jabaiah . -Fernando Gallardo.
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08/10/2016
By: Lillian S.
Rick Jenkins MD
He's very caring helpful he listens and dissent override when were talking he's very kind the people who work front office very polite
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12/06/2011
By: smilez1973
Xavier Medical Clinic
He's a good doctor and very knowledgeable
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