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03/28/2013
By: rob.zilla
River Region Psychiatry Assoc
Dr. Saini has been the absolute coolest doctor and I for one am extremely standoffish and skeptical of doctors. I was in a very severe car wreck a few years ago and now every time I visit an orthopedist I leave without an appointment, without a referral, a hefty bill, and an extremely depressing feeling that I am a junkie. One doctor actually told me "You just want to spend the rest of your life taking xanax and lortab and I refuse to prescribe them to you." Dr. Saini at RR Pyschiatry however was willing to meet me halfway, initially trying me on klonopin while maintaining an incrementally increased regiment. As I found the a bit debilitating and indeed unsafe as it made me so sleepy, he respectfully explained the abuse potential of xanax (like all benzos though moreso), its mechanism of action (as a GABA agonist with a short half-life) and prescribed enough of the medicine to cope with my PTSD and anxiety problems. He's a fairly young guy that I shared some non-medical interests with. He seems to be one of the very few doctors that doesn't stereotype those who've sought his help as simple drug seekers and even referred me to a couple pain management centers, though I haven't been to yet due to my aversion to doctors. In fact my pain is a lot more manageable now that my stress, depression, and anxiety have been dealt with. I still have some insomnia and night terror issues he is helping me with. I would without a doubt recommend Dr. Saini to my friends and/or their children. The only drawback is often the waiting room is full, which I simply attribute to him being a well sought out doctor and word has gotten out that this is who you need to see, his warm demeanor and attention to detail allows me to open up to him and say what's on my mind, not just answer the questions that are asked. I truly admire this man. Also his rates are entirely reasonable, I believe $150 out of pocket is the cost per session, which means with medicare you only pay $30 per visit.Thank you Dr. Saini!
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09/23/2014
By: cmarms
Keith MD Green Phys
I haven't been to Dr. Green in a while but he was nothing but professional to me and to my elderly aunt which I went with her to her visit as well. She was the reason that I started using him in the first place. He did tell her that she needed to watch her diet and try to do some kind of exercise even if it was walking to the mailbox and back more than once a day just to give her some form of heart and work the fluid off of her body. She was severely over weight and he knew that it was impossible for her to do too much after heart surgery, but he did show concern. That is why I chose him for myself. He was great for me as well. I highly recommend him!
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11/06/2015
By: Stephanie M.
Dr. Gilberto G Sanchez, MD
Dr Sanchez is very educated and has a long list of experience to draw upon for caring for his patients. That serves me and my family excellently. That also draws ALOT of other patients to the buisness, so yes they're a very busy office. I work in health care, so I understand that if I expect him to take time with me, I am willing to give the next person the same respect, and be patient while I wait.
05/07/2013
By: mamachic
Glenn J Saucer MD
I have been using Dr. Saucer for 16 years and would never switch to another doctor! He is very helpful and understanding throughout pregnancy and routine care. He has delivered 3 babies and i have had 2 miscarriages and felt like he truly cares about me and my emotional and physical health. Highly recommend him!
07/25/2017
By: Steve P.
Dr. Gilberto G Sanchez, MD
I have been a patient since arriving here in 1998. Dr. Sanchez has "kept me alive."However, THEY WILL NOT ANSWER THE TELEPHONE!This problem has arisen as of late. WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? Fix it please! ����
11/18/2014
By: Charlotte W.
Herrick, David P, MD
This office is sooooooooooooooooooo hard to reach to talk to a human for making an appointment. Come on..hire some help so we folks who want/need your services can get through to someONE.
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03/16/2015
By: Celeste M.
McWhorter Ryan MD
He's great, when I can see him. Even the NP is great. My main issue is how long it takes to be seen by anybody. I Also can't always get someone on the phone if I have to call.
10/11/2016
By: Jeulia H.
Wahid, Shaikh
Very caring, knowledgeable physician that takes time with his patients.New office facilityEast Montgomery location
02/16/2017
By: Stephanie T.
Dr. Kathy Cody Lindsey, DO
They are a very busy office. The physicians, Nurse Practitioners and staff are always pleasant and helpful.
09/03/2013
By: kswarren
Hester Roland A
Dr Hester doesn't mind spending time with you and will listen to what you have to say.
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