• 1.Southern Cardiovascular Pllc

    6401 Poplar Ave

    Memphis,TN

    11.81 mi

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09/26/2014
By: Lee M.
Mays & Schnapp
Dr. Mays is a fantastic doctor who came highly recommended by my orthopedic surgon and neuroligist. After my MRI he spent a considerable amount of time explaining the results of my MRI in plain language I could understand. Very personable and not condisending like many physician "gods". I highly recommend him! BUT: then there's his staff... Very rude and insensitive. Suffering from a bulging disc and bone spurs in my neck causing headaches, neck, shoulder, arm pain and numbness in my hand. It took them six days after my MRI to even send a pre authorization request to my insurance co. for a nerve block prescribed by Dr. Mays. I found myself in the midst of a severe migraine that the pain meds he prescribed didn't even begin to relieve. As I sat in a dark room nauseated from the pain and no sleep for two days I called the office and left a message with his nurse to see if I could get something a little stronger just to hold me over and get relief till I saw him the next week for a spinal block. Five hours later I had received no response. I called a second time and left another message, waited one hour and still no response. I then called back and spoke to the receptionist and spoke to her and explained my situation and condition at which point she began to lechter me about leaving multiple messages on the answering service and how busy they were and a response would be made within 24 to 48 hrs. I told her how much pain I was in and her response was... I quote... "I get it... We are a pain clinic... Duh". I understand they deal with pill poppers everyday, but I'm not one to take meds nor abuse them. But her rudeness and insensitivity was uncalled for. Needless to say I was highly perterbe and therefore the reason to post this. Again... I will say Dr. Mays is a great doctor... Just be prepared to wade through the rudeness and unconcerend attitude of his staff.
07/01/2012
By: kate.s.varela
Mays & Schnapp
Both Dr. Mays and Dr. Schnapp are amazing. I have seen both and these are truly caring doctors. They listen, care, counsel, and provide appropriate care. The doctors at this clinic truly care about the chronic management of pain- not just strictly providing narcotics. They are interested the long term management. I am treated for fibromyalgia, chronic headaches, and migraines and through their medication management, trigger point injections and EXERCISE/STRETCHING program I have seen long term benefits. I cannot help but to be baffled at some of the reviews given on this sight. If you are interested in true help w your pain there is NO better place than Mays and Schnapp pain clinic.
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06/15/2017
By: Lashay W.
Dr. Monica Armstead Pasley, MD
Quick service ccounting, banking, cleaning, consultancy, education, insurance, expertise, medical treatment, or transportation. Sometimes services are difficult to identify because they are closely associated with a good; such as the combination of a diagnosis
02/26/2013
By: catherinewillingham
Southern Grace
This place is amazing!!! The staff is friendly, and you feel right at home!! I have never felt so at home!
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