Best 30 Physicians Surgeons in Murfreesboro, TN with Reviews -
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By: Elaine A.
Eller, Scott R MD
When I visited Dr.Eller's office 2years ago, I hand carried photocopies of my medical records and handed them to him. This included records from other medical clinics and a hospital, some of which no longer exist.Since I will no longer use his service, I asked for a copy of my records. Dr. Eller's assistant told me that Dr. Eller states that I have to deal with a place called "medicopy" to obtain those copies.Medicopy charges over $60.00 to give those to me.1..Dr.Eller would not extend the courtesy that I gave him when I saved his time and the time of his office collecting all of my records. If he intended to do that he should have told me from the start.2. While I was at the office, another patient was handed her records burnt on a DVD which would prompt the question: What is the difference between one patient and another?3. The time his assistant would spend on sending those documents to"medicopy" (third party) is the same as burning the same information on a DVD. So why would he allow for a third party to hold my records for a ransom!!!!!!!4. Why would I involve a third party to deal with personal records!!Dr.Eller forgot that these are my own records and he has no right in refusing to give them to me.Therefore I would not recommend that doctor or that office.
By: P S.
Morrison, Megan E
Unbelievable dermatologist! Spent time with me during clinic and answered all my questions by phone thoroughly. Highly recommend as she is one of a kind!
By: annette.chick.54
Dr. Matthew Owen Barrett, MD
You will LOVE Dr. Barrett and the results you get. I have two total knee replacements.Was in pain constantly until the procedure and now am like a new person.
By: Susan S.
Hancock, Lloyd, MD
I feel like it can really trust this doctor the whole staff are very efficient and eager to help me.
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By: Vickie S.
McCafferty, Linda, MD
Dr. McCafferty is a no-nonsense physician who cares deeply for her patients. She doesn't hesitate to tell you the truth and will have the office call you to set up an appointment for follow-up if you don't remember to do so. I WOULD EMPHATICLY RECOMEND HER TO ANYONE!!!
By: Tracy D.
Tennessee Oncology Pllc
Dr. Gian is the best! He saved my mom's life! He is one of the most caring doctors I have ever had contact with! Can't thank him enough!
By: Farrow R.
Coleman, Rosanne R, MD
Dr. Coleman has been a great resource and always great with both of my children. The office is easy to understand and kid-friendly. I love that there are weekend options available and that even if Dr. Coleman isn't there, we can see the doctor on call. Everyone works together very well.
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By: Nancy H.
Hopkins, G David, MD
hmm...if the receptionists are rude, that is bad service, not bad doctoring. Dr. Hopkins has been my family's personal physician for over 20 years. I simply cannot say enough positive things about his knowledge and diagnostic abilities. I feel so very lucky to have him as my doctor. Rude receiptionists can be ignored/replaced...great doctors are invaluable.
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By: aaronpayne
Patrick R Showalter Md
Dr. Showalter is the best, knowledgeable and takes time to listen to you. His staff is very friendly and good in scheduling appointments. They got me in very quickly and I received quality care. You will take comfort in the fact that you are under the most knowledgeable and best care if you have this doctor. He's a great doctor, what more can I say.
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By: Diana W.
Mioton G Britton
Best Cardiologist ever. Caring and compassionate. Very knowledgeable. I would recommend Dr. Mioton to anyone I know.
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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  • 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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