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By: Michael C.
Viner, Daniel D, MD
Like many former athletes, I suffered broken noses as a result from competition. For years I struggled with limited breathing capacity through my nose and subsequent sinus infections. Although I adapted as best I could, I was always aware of the severe breathing limitations. Finally the nasal obstruction was beginning to have adverse effects on other areas of my health. That's when I sought help. It's hard to describe how much of a positive difference finding Dr. Viner has been for me. He is board certified and current with all of the amazing advances in modern ENT procedures. From the beginning he listened to my concerns and systematically described how each could be addressed and remedied. After a complete and thorough examination, he "game planned" the procedure for my situation. Nearly every friend cautioned me how "bad" the surgery would be. Fortunately, they were wrong! I've had multiple knee surgeries, broken limbs and a host of other injuries. I know pain, but this was different. Quite honestly, I cannot envision a better outcome than I experienced! I can only attribute that to God and his instrument, Dr. Daniel Viner. It was surgery but NOTHING like the horror story predicted by so many. In a day where patients are skeptical of medical care providers, it was reaffirming to be treated by such a caring and professional staff. My outcome is changing my life! I can breathe freely. My blood pressure has dropped. My snoring is all but eliminated. In the words of my doctor, "It's been a game changer." When the final sutures were removed, I cried. But it wasn't tears of pain; it was like breathing for the very first time. Thank you Dr. Viner! I am grateful for your expertise.
By: James B.
Jamieson Robert C Md
I met Dr. Jamieson about 20 years ago. I went to him for a second opinion as my case was a particularly rare and difficult one for my current psychiatrist to handle. Dr. Jamieson assured me I was getting the best of care, and he offered to further help me in any way possible.Then 5 years later when my psychiatrist of 10 years was leaving private practice to become a hospital doctor, Dr, Jamieson gladly took my case. Some 14 years later, he is still working with me. His extensive knowledge of pharmacology and mental illness have assisted me in getting the best possible care. He has told me that I am his most challenging case. Nonetheless, he now sees me every one to six weeks before 7:00am such that I will not have to exhibit great anxiety due to a particularly large waiting room.As such, I recommend Dr. Robert Jamieson, Ph.D., M.D. to anyone seeking help with their mental illesss.
By: Cat L.
Elite Healthcare Alliance
Been going to Elite for years now! These people genuinely care. The lady that owns it, Darlene - that's why she opened a pain clinic. So few care these days. They're super professional - this is no pill clinic - but if you are legitimately in pain, this clinic will go above and beyond to help. Now you may have to wait - they're not the fastest for appointments! Me I'll take it - I was actually getting used to extremely rude pain professionals. Including those who "don't give narcotics for pain"!! Not sure what cracker jack box those folks got a medical degree from - but Elite was and is the answer to a prayer. Getting shots in my shoulder, starting physical therapy - and NOT IN PAIN!
By: Anita R.
Terri W Jerkins MD
Love the doctor but she needs new help. Dr. Jerkins is extremely knowledgeable and I always felt comfortable with her. She listens and is willing to try new things based on my feelings not just my test results. The staff is hit or miss. They seem to have trouble taking my blood having to poke my veins several times, and recently they have had long wait times and issues with scheduling. I left several messages to have someone call me back to schedule my annual appointment and never could get through. Finally had to go to my general doctor to continue my care.
Driver, Lynn W MD
I have gone to her for 11 years. Great Ob and I also go to her for treatment of pcos. I had trouble will infertility and she put me on metformin for it and I was pregnant in 7 months. She is not a fertility expert but is good at treating and dealing with pcos related problems. Very great bedside manner. Is very busy and at times slightly rushed but still makes time for you and answers questions etc. Sometimes wait time is 30-45 mins but to me worth the wait to see a dr I trust. Her nurse is excellent too and promptly returns calls.
By: allisonnickens
Elizabeth Baxter MD
Dr. Baxter is one of the most compassionate doctors I have had the privilege of meeting. The staff was very courteous and quickly got me signed in and were very helpful with my new patient paperwork and insurance claim information. Dr. Baxter made me feel very relaxed and took time out of her busy schedule to talk to me about my medical problems and needs, I never felt rushed during my visit. Overall I would highly recommend Dr. Baxter to anyone looking for a compassionate doctor.
By: drpatbyrd
Patricia L. Byrd, MD
Every one at Doctor byrd's office is great, when my mother was diagnosed with cancer, we were devastated, and Dr. Byrd & her staff held our hand and walked us throught the most difficulf times.I hope noone has to go through this, but if you do, please call Dr. Byrd, her office is not like any other office, it is warm & inviting, it is almost like going into her house, and they all make you feel at ease.ThanksClaire Davis
By: A. H.
Pain & Spine Consultants
I saw Dr. Jay Stubblefield and His Bedside Manner alone stood out to me and is enough for me to recommend this office to anyone in need of this type medical care. He also takes time to listen to you and what you feel you may need to help you. He is caring and genuinely down to earth.The staff is nice and attentive and always working with you should you need to reschedule or have a general question. Thank you all!!
By: Anita R.
Vanderkolk, Colleen B, MD
great nuerologist. She is very attentive and pays attention to detail. She listens. Pracitice works very hard to accomondate your schedule for appointments. Very timely and you dont wait long. Schedules things appropriately to spend time with the patient without over booking and making patient wait. We have been very happy with her. She is very kind and has a wonderful sense of humor putting you at ease.
By: Nancy S.
Deborah Kondis MD
Dr Kondis was my GYN doctor for several years when I lived in Nashville. I only wish I could say I found another 'Dr. Kondis' when I moved. (My current physician is wonderful, but still, not Dr. Kondis. I read the reviews below, from pianodiva & bettysandst and couldn't agree more.If you are not treating the entire person, in the way that Dr. Kondis does, it is time to retire.
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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