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By: rebel8530
Dr. Roger D Anderson, MD
Dr Anderson never seems to be in the office, but thats ok with me. I have always been seen by Dr Kim. She is great at what she does. The only problem I have with this location is the office staff. They never call back with any test results and it seems like they dont want to do what a normal Dr office would do. If you want a refill on a prescription, they want you to contact the pharmacy and then they will contact the Dr. In my opinion, its the Drs offices responsibility to send it, not the pharmacy to request it. Most importantly, the had two locations and closed one without any notice to the patients. I had a scheduled apt and they didnt bother to call and say that they were no longer at that location and I would need to make a new apt at the secondary location. Overall, I want to make sure that anyone understands that Dr Kim is the only reason I continue to go there. If it was not for her, I would travel another 2 hours to go to a better dr office.
By: Jill H.
Marietta Health & Wellness Center
Wow! Awesome everything! They do amazing at everything they do but now they are doing even more! I've gone for chiro and all the stretches and massage they have in the back but now they offer physical therapy. My back doctor and his PA are blown away at all the things they are incorporating. It's certainly not your blah blah p.t., it's got the zing u need to start getting your life back! It helps that the staff is VERY ENCOURAGING & SUPPORTIVE & KNOWLEDGABLE!!! It's a 1-stop shop for all over body fixin'!!!!! So glad a friend of mine turned me on to here 4 years ago because so much has happened in my life that I relied on services and care they gave! They are far more than a chiro office, they are the doctor office u dream u could have everywhere u go!!!!!! LOVE IT!!!!
By: Debbie S.
Brockett & Leopold MDs Inc
I have been seen by all the Doctor's from this practice and they are the best, they will try there very best to get you in and seen as quickly as possible. Peggy West is my primary doctor and she is AMAZING!!!!
By: William C.
Jakubowski, Julian A, MD
I was very impressed with the care I got. Fast, courteous, and to the point. He took the time to listen to me, then went over the results of my tests. Very good experience
By: isaac1121
Bodies In Motion Chiropractic Wellness
The Chiropractic Physicians at Bodies In Motion Chiropractic and Wellness are skilled at getting you out of pain and your body back in motion quickly and effectively!
By: Serajum M.
Dr. Todd Richard Myers, MD
I was impressed by Dr Myers knowledge and experience in treating incontinence problems - he does an excellent job repairing this problem.
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By: Megan D.
Myers, Todd, MD
Dr. Myers has many years experience in Ob/Gyn; he is one of the best and is so easy to work with. I would highly recommend!
By: lisachociej
Tappel, Edward F, MD
He is always very considerate, respectful, and listens to his patients carefully. And he's prompt and caring!!!
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