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1330 E 8th St Ste 400, Odessa, TX, 79761
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2450 W Loop 338
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Center For Orthopedic Surgery
4642 N Loop 289 # 101-201, Lubbock, TX, 79416
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I've been seeing Dr. Small for two years now and I'm not easily impressed by "doctors" just because they're wearing a white coat. I need to feel they really do care about your ailment, they're actively achieving continuing education in their speciazation and what it's gonna take to get you well. Dr Small is one of the easiest docs to talk to; open, honest, interested, professional, most back pain experienced doctors I've ever run into. And just as important, he has meticulous skills in back vertebrae surgery. If you're in pain, had an accident or a flare-up, start with Dr. Small. See what he has to say about your pain. He's been managing my pain situation very well, and I like his style and commitment very much. That’s saying a lot since I've seen over 30 doctors in my small insignificant life. Like I said: if you have back pain of any kind, start with Dr Small: 432-617-7463, in Odessa, TX.
He was the best doctor and Friend that I had.May he rest in peace. He made my life much more bearable, now he's with the Lord.We Love you Jerry..Lisa
Listens to questions and concerns. Proactively helps to find root cause of problem/illness. Great with adults and children!
Dr Davenport is the best in the west texas area, best doctor around
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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.
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