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By: Liberty T.
The Living Center
I gained allot from my stay. Silvia is a big asset to the counseling team and her words of encouragement are long lasting. There was 9 hours of daily meetings learning about recovery and addiction. You get what you put into it, like everything else. Up sides are a home like atmosphere, decent recovery clients. Downside was that they gave the wrong people access to the medicine cabinet and I was robbed of personal belongings that I cannot replace. The owner denied responsibility for the liability of loss. Allot of valuable counselors and interns recently left the company for which I'm sure they had good reason. The business side of the facility is not run properly which is the main reason this place rates so poorly. I wish that clients who relapse were treated differently and not given senior peer titles. Sorta goes without saying that if you lose sobriety you should have to work your way back up. Yes the clients do chores and are expected to do daily essentials but the responsibilities are shared among the house mates. I had a horrible experience with a highly reputable recovery facility in Florida so I was glad to have the living center to support me in the part of my life that was very broken. I wouldn't recommend a friend's there unless it was the last option in their journey for recovery but given that people who are serious about a sober life have hit rock bottom with no other options then by all means this place is appropriate based on my time there. I saw some graduate and some relapse. It's expected and if you don't believe that then you are fooling yourself with what the life of an addict is...I commend Silvia, Gary, Ryan, Robin, John and those to come for what is an emotionally challenging job. Most counselors in rehab are recovering addicts themselves. This is congruent in the majority of facilities of their kind.
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By: Tracy L.
Lorenzo O Aguilar MD
a couple months ago i got a referral to do tests to determine if i have carpal tunnel. when i got the letter of approval i calked the office to make the appointment for the test, arrived at appointment and the office hasnt heard anything regarding the approval so i attended that appt as a consult instead of the testing, wasted appointment as i told them I had a letter of approval for the actual tests. Set up another appointment or the tests for today, at 9:30 am. i have since received another approval letter for the same tests as the first approval letter just a different date, neither have expired so im wondering why the second approval letter was needed. in addition to the nonsense appt, and extra wait for this appt, i have yet to even be called into a room. i asked at 10:00 am how much longer the wait will be and was told, "any minute".but let me be late for an appt, i wouldnt be seen.
By: Heather B.
The Living Center
Hello,I read the previous reviews and quite frankly Im sorry to hear that people havnt had good experiences. Usually people post a review because they are upset for one reason or another-they do it out of anger obviously. I have never posted a review before but I feel it necessary to post this time!! My son has been in 3 rehabs, 2 OP programs, 1 intervention and has lived and gotten kicked out of 2 SLEs due to his addiction. As a mother life has been a living hell. The living center has been the saving grace for our family. They care, they are terrific and my son is off the streets!! Not only that- my son is looking at becoming a counselor and for the first time feels like he has a focus to a better life WITHOUT drugs. I strongly recommend the living center. Their approach works!! I can't thank them enough! We all have our lives back...
By: Richelle A.
Gettysburg Medical Clinic
My daughter was a transfer from Sutter health, so I expect high quality care. I was hesitant coming to a new office. I was shocked how clean everything was, the girls at the desk were pleasant and helpful. My daughter saw Erol Deculing who by the way is not a doctor nor claims to be one, according to the comment before mine. He is a Nurse Practitioner. His wife is a doctor. He was very understanding of my daughter only wanting to see a female and made sure he did not touch her in anyway. So, far I like the office. If that changes I will be back.
By: R A.
Advanced Retina Institute
Wow. I just learned through my primary care you have a new office. I am very excited for you. I first met Dr. Chandran about 3 years ago when my daughter was diagnosed with a retinal lesion. Very scary for me as a parent, as she was only 5 years old at the time. Dr. Chandran was very thorough and took his time explaining things to me and my husband. He was very caring and my daughter loves him. I will definitely be contacting your office in the future for an appointment
By: Bob S.
Advanced Retina Institute
In 2014, my eye Dr discovered I had a macular hole and I needed surgery, fast, to prevent further damage.Dr. Chandran was recommendedWithin 7 days I was being operated on.Dr. Chandran explained in the first appointment what was going on with my eyes and assured me if I followed his instructions, I would be OK.From the very first appointment to now, 3 years later, I am a very satisfied patient and would recommend him to care for your advanced eye care.Bob STurlock, CA
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By: Marie R.
The Last Resort
My son has been in there for treatment since march 2015.hes had some up and downs.but I seems to me that this program is working out.they are very professional.The staff treats him very good.Its only been 3 weeks and for him and started seeing results. Hes much happier being clean and sober.working out looking healthy. Im so thankful for this program. It brings tears to my eyes that my child is getting better.
By: keri60
Advanced Retina Institute
I am writing in regards to my Step-Father, Bob Yohanan's care, provided by Dr. Chandran. Dr Chandran's diagnosis, procedure, and after care, was wonderful in everyway. I personally want to thank you, Dr. Chandran, for your serious attention, and consideration applied, in giving my Dad the best eye care possible, to avoid damage or riskThank You!Keri Costner
By: zebdet1
Fully equipped to serve the customer with friendly associates, more than reasonably prices, 24 on call service, professional company.Not only is Med-Mart a customer service oriented business, they are about $50 cheaper than the poor ignorant service of Butte! Highly recommend this company!
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By: Christine a P.
John L Warwick MD
A wonderful doctor. I switched to him because my previous doctor did not take the time I needed. I was recommended to Dr. Warwick by an employee at my neurologists office. I couldn't ask for a better doctor. Kind, caring and always there for you.
Tips & Advices
This depends on the facility. Patients should call to find out if they'll need a referral from their physician prior to making an appointment.
Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
  • Debridement: The removal of dead skin and tissue surrounding the wound. This can be done surgically, using a whirlpool bath, syringes, enzymes that dissolve the tissue, or wet dressings that dry on the wound and absorb the dead tissue.
  • Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
  • Compression stockings: Tight-fitted fabric sheaths that encourage blood flow.
  • Artificial skin: A covering that is applied to the wound for several days as it heals.
  • Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
  • Growth factor therapy: The use of materials naturally produced by the body to encourage quick cell growth.
  • Negative pressure therapy: Creating a vacuum around a wound to encourage faster blood flow to the area.
Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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