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10/17/2017
By: Count B.
Wu, Ying, MD
This doctor, and I use the term advisedly, Is exactly why the VA is the worst place to go for medical attention, if you're a U.S. Veteran.There are certainly others with her incredulous lack of skill, knowledge and professionalism, but Dr. Wu stands head and shoulders above many others as the last person you would want to treat you for a medical condition.She is arrogant, unwilling to ever listen to her patients, and believes she has all knowledge, and is the all-being master of time, space and dimension.Hint: Find someone else to tend to your wounds.A Vet.
08/09/2017
By: Mary P.
Feld, Jeffrey H
The Best! Great Doctor- So caring, professional, very easy going, I feel 100% comfortable with Dr. Feld. Our family Loves him!
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06/12/2017
By: Johnny A.
Burkhart, Bradd G MD
I do NOT understand the person's rating, or ranting who says he is arrogant... I love the guy, and his nurse Lynn. finally had to go to Rooster shots for the knees...I have read many horror stories of pain beyond belief, and little to no relief> I was given the injections by both doc and Lynn, and out of the six, only one hurt at all, the other 5, NOTHING ....painless. ( some pain and stiffness for a couple of days after, but not during the injections.... 4 weeks after the last shot, PAIN FREE! New knees, nope, at 62 I wont be playing racquet ball ....but I walk pain free, climb stairs pain free, and sleep through the night pain free!! Doc has always been great, never in a rush, very good bed side manner, if my knees get to the point of surgery....Dr. Burkhart will be doing it
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06/05/2017
By: Lizzie R.
Baker, Heard, Osteen, & Davenport, MD, PA
Wow what a mess this office is. Parents and grandparents have been patients 20+ years. Went in Friday to obtain records since our Blue Cross won't cover my Fathers hip replacement since Dr. Osteen does NOT have malpractice insurance. They said to have him fill a release form out and come back today since we needed XRay films and the tech was not there Friday. Went in today and they didn't want to release records even though he filled out a release form. Finally someone helped and got me copies. Meanwhile they were talking to the X Ray tech about getting the films (for $8 a piece). X Ray tech could not find them!! They called me back a couple hours later and said they LOST the X Ray films from 2016, just 1 year ago. Wouldn't recommend ANYONE going to this practice. What a disaster!
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05/06/2017
By: Janine M.
Associates In Dermatology
I was a patient in 2014 and had a very good experience. However, this time I cannot rate it low enough.I made an appointment a week ago, when I came in, I was made aware of a balance from 2014, after waiting 20 minutes in the waiting room. No time in over 3 years did I receive a monthly or even quarterly statement to know of these charges. When I spoke to the insurance specialist, she blamed my insurance company. They had paid in full 2 of my 3 visits in 2014. There was one that was unpaid. She could not give me a reason why. My issue with this is... why was I not made aware when making the appointment. Also, in a weeks time, no one verified my insurance for this appointment. And at no point did they accept responsibility for their lack of communication. Being a Physician myself, I would be out of business if I handled my patients this way."Hello, welcome, you have a $1000 balance from 3 years ago, do you want to set up a payment plan?". "Oh, and we don't know your co-pay today or even of this visit is covered on your insurance."Unprofessional business practices! Their insurance specialist was rude, pushy and uniformed! Their billing department should be a little more proficient in sending statements. Extremely unorganized.I actually had to ask for a copy of my complete records to be sent so that I may handle this.If you had not heard from a Dr, would it be wrong to assume that the bills were paid? Is it my responsibility to make sure that they are doing their jobs and collecting payment?Well, in my practice, I do all of that and do not expect my patients to do anything other than arrive on time. It is my responsibility to make sure that insurance is verified beforehand, proper payment is taken at time of service. Dr Steppie was great, 3 years ago. However, he is not seeing patients, and in an administrative role. Well, please step up and overhaul your scheduling and billing dept. Thanks
05/04/2017
By: H L.
Affinity Health & Wellness Center
I have been a patient for 3 years but apparently moving offices from one side of Waterford Lakes Town Center to another changes that. When I wasn't able to reach anyone via phone, I finally went in, only to find out I had to be created as a new patient and was going to be charged for the new patient visit. I would have to wait to see the dr because "apparently" hey do t adjust on the first visit. I have tried calling, while their voicemail says "helping someone else or on the phone", I find it hard to believe that all 8 times I called in the span of 30 mins I called not one person was available to answer the phone. This was further confirmed when I came into the office and wintnessed the phone ring one and go straight to voicemail. I left two messages in one afternoon and never received a call back. So you aren't even able to call and speak to a manger. All I needed was a simple adjustment due to increasing pain. I find this very disheartening, as Dr. B is great, but the whole situation leaves something to be desired. I just can't believe after 3 yrs, a change of locations makes me a new patient?!? Way to charge extra for no reason. I just saw them in February?!? I'm sure my insurance would question me being listed as a new patient.
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05/04/2017
By: Jarrett A.
Pedro DR Ortega MD PA
Horrible personnel. Very rude and terrible attitudes. They will nickel and dime you for everything. The office went from having a nurse everyday to a nurse once a week. Wait times are over an hour. Made me pay for my medical records which is normally free. STAY AWAY WORST MEDICAL EXPERIENCE EVER!!!
04/28/2017
By: Anonymous P.
Dr. David B Cilbrith, MD
Dr. Cilbrith was our doctor for over 20 years. He was very knowledgeable and personally made sure my wife and I had the best care. He saved my wife's life with accurate and compassionate Care. We are looking for a new Internist since he has now retired and hope to find a doc with same kind of passion but since then have come to realize it is difficult to bond with a doctor who takes time to explain your labs and interpret them like Dr. Cilbrith. I don't understand done of the negative reviews. I know many of his patients and all if them are heartbroken to see him go but he deserves to be recognized as a physician who was passionate, advocating for the decency if his patients care and compassionate demeanor. He is sorely missed. Thank you for your understanding and compassion you consistently gave us.
04/08/2017
By: Lynda M.
The Murray Center
Wonderful and caring doctor. I have recommended many people including family and friends. He offers really good specials, make sure you sign up for his emails.
04/06/2017
By: Aidin J.
Knight Dermatology Institute
Good communication and effort to solve the problem from the office. My visit was good and there was a problem with insurance that later was solved.
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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