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By: Fredrick D.
Premier Men's Medical Center
For the last five years since being diagnosed with prostate cancer, I've been dealing with severe ED which the typical prescription medications were no help.  I tried going to many different doctors and medical clinics, no one was able to help me.My marriage was on the rocks, and I was ready to give up.  Until one day I heard Dr. Swartz on the radio and their guaranteed effective treatments. So I thought.. why not give it a try.. what do I have to lose?Prior to the visit I was given a clear list of instructions to prepare myself for the initial examination (very thorough). On the day of the visit when I first stepped into the medical center I was impressed by how clean and upscale the building looked.  Shortly thereafter the doctor enter the room and took the time to listen to all of my health issues  and medical background. He also performed an ultrasound examination which to my surprise none of the other previous doctor offices I have visited ever performed.  Overall the examination was very pleasant and the doctor was very knowledgeable in this particular area, taking his time during the entire process and not rushing me like I've usually experienced with other doctor's officesI was given a trial dose of the treatment in the office to ensure that I responded to the prescribed treatment. The Patient coordinator told me that the treatment was guaranteed  and that if it didn't work my visit would be completely free! Amazing!During the entire visit, I really wanted this to work... and wham!! I was hit with an instant sensation I haven't felt in years.. Their "special" treatment really worked as promised!! After all of these years of depression and despair dealing with ED. I cannot believe that I was able to see results on the same day of the visit!!Skipping to the end, all of their medical staff were very friendly and their patient coordinator helped me find the most affordable option for treatment despite my financial constraints.  I am retired so I am on a fixed income. I signed up for a payment plan with guaranteed no cost adjustments to the treatment and free follow ups with the doctor.  Bottom line: Their treatments really works as promised, and their payment options came out to be really reasonable and affordable.
By: Jose P.
Integrated Medical Care
Dr. Rincón has a new partner that works part time; Dr. Piovanetti. I heard he was born in the states and lived in Puerto Rico many years, so he is multilingual and multicultural. The day I visited the office I perceived that Dr. Piovanetti's arrival has alleviated the office's patient workload and concerns of some. Hearing and speaking to patients in the waiting room, their satisfaction with Dr. Piovanetti was 100%-plus, and so is the satisfaction with Dr. Rincón back to top-notch again.Although my doctor is Dr. Rincón, I heard that Dr. Piovanetti used to be a medical teacher and seems to dedicate time to each patient according to their needs and I heard patients say that he explains everything in an easy to understand way - like it used to be back when "all doctors" paid attention to "us patients". One problem though; getting an appointment with Dr. Piovanetti is difficult. First, he's at the office some days of the week only, and then, once patients are seen by him, they appear not to want another doctor. While I was there for my appointment with Dr. Rincón I saw and heard many patients, from other doctors, that said they wouldn't want to go back to their previous doctor. I haven't seen Dr. Piovanetti since I've been Dr. Rincón's patient for many years and don't have a reason to see another doctor. Therefore, all the above is what "I heard and spoke with patients" in the waiting room that day. Nonetheless, that day Dr. Rincón appeared to have acquired some of Dr. Piovanetti's "thing"; I spent more time with him than before and he was more detailed explaining and working with me.So the practice and patient experience are "back on top", according to some patients, beyond that of any other primary care physician office in the vicinity. It now appears it is again the place to go - if you can get an appointment though.
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By: Ron A.
Premier Men's Medical Center
They told me on the phone it is 149.00 for the visit and theMeds I will need are around 19 or 20 dollars each. Arrived and talked to three nice young men about whatI needed and the the doctor came in. Never even introducedHimself ,until I said are you the doctor, I then shook his hand( a wet towel feeling) and he went over my medical history.I do not think he even wanted to be in the same room With me.had a personality like an old doorknob. PerhapsThings would have went smoother had he at least Smiled One time. After he left the room, i asked that he not return.I was given an injection two times as the first dose wasNot sufficient. I cannot tell a lie the injections workedExactley as they said it would. I was Very satisfied withThe results until the bomb dropped. Remembering thePrice I was quoted , I had brought 300 dollars with meFiguring that would be more than enough. I stated I wasVery happy and how much I owe so I can get started.The young man did some figuring and said a figure like5,300 dollars. I just knew he was making a joke, butGuess what,...he was not. That figure was for the yearsSupply....What happened to the previous quotes???Told him they should have given me these prices overThe phone and saved me the long ride from Cocoa BeachTo Orlando and saved his time also.The whole time involved was around two hours. VeryNice people (except doctor, Mr. Wet towel).Well I had a great erection for one hour anyways. BackHome alone with 5300 dollars still in my bank accountAnd no stiffie. Thank You
By: Janice K.
The Women's Center of Orlando
I found out the day I emailed the medical consultant at the Women’s Center that I was 23 weeks pregnant. I knew had little to no time to terminate the pregnancy after speaking to several abortion facilities in a three state area. None of them were willing to see me within the time criteria that I had and the fact that I needed the abortion process done before I was 24 weeks except for one. The medical consultant told me that the procedure that was used at the Women’s Center’s was the abortion pill procedure where the process is started and completed in 24 hours or less. The medical consultant told me usually between 10 and 16 hours the procedure is complete. The other facilities that I called stated that the process normally takes 3 to 4 days as far along as I was. Since this was something that I needed to be away from home the shortest time possible due to my family responsibilities I chose to go to the office. The staff and Doctor were extremely warm, good hearted and kind. The process was started and completed in 11 hours. I had no side effects. I am very thankful for the Women’s Center being there in my time of need. I suggest anyone who has the need of a late abortion contact them and have our procedure done at their caring and comforting facility.
By: Loretta S.
The Women's Center of Orlando
I looked at all of the abortion facilities in the area to have my early abortion performed. I did not want to have surgery so I wanted to have the abortion pill procedure. The only place that offered the one day pill procedure was the Women’s Center on Lucerne Terrace. Other places I called said it may take 2 weeks or longer for the process to be completed. The Women’s Center said that 99% of the time, the process is completed in 24 hours or less. Everyone in the office smiled and was very nice. The inside was clean, modern and neat. The Doctor was very kind and took his time asking me questions and made certain that I was comfortable with the one day abortion pill procedure. I took the medications as instructed that day and had very little discomfort throughout the evening. After a little heavier bleeding and discomfort that occurred about 6 hours after taking the medication, the bleeding suddenly slowed down as the Doctor stated would occur after the pregnancy tissue passes. The following day I went back for the sonogram to make sure that there was no pregnancy tissue that was left and there was not. I was very happy with the results. The one day abortion pill is amazing! I recommend it to everyone!
By: Jodi C.
The Women's Center of Orlando
I called the Women’s Center office early in the morning and spoke to a wonderful telephone counselor. She was patient in answering my questions regarding the same day abortion pill procedure and I made an appointment for the afternoon. I was 11 weeks pregnant by sonogram though I thought I was only 7 weeks along. The staff assured and completed in 24 hours or less. I was told that they perform the one day abortion pill procedure from 3 to 24 weeks in one day or less in over 99% of patients without the need of having to perform a surgical procedure. The medications were given to me and I took them as instructed. The pregnancy tissue passed approximately 11 hours after taking the last medication. I went back the next to make sure that the process was complete and it was. Everyone at the Women’s Center treated me well. I was happy with my service and I hope that anyone finds themselves with a pregnancy that is unwanted go to this office. They are absolutely wonderful.
By: Jericha D.
Advance Family Practice
I was referred to Dr. V and Advance Family Practice by a coworker and started going this year. Both Dr. V, PA Lindsay, and assistant Courtney have been amazing in helping me with my medical issues. The office is always very busy so make sure you make an appointment, but know the reason they are busy is because they are a great facility and have retained a very large patient base. The front desk team is always polite and patient, even when there is a full waiting room, and as long as you arrive on time for your appointment, the wait is never long (I have a problem with this as I am usually running late and they still get me in to see the doctor with very little wait). Overall, I am happy that I found a doctor's office that I feel comfortable going to. Every member of the staff is respectful and friendly, and for someone that has typically dreaded going to the doctor, in the past, I never feel judged or uncomfortable speaking about any medical concerns I have.
By: justc.shires
Advance Family Practice
I have been going here for almost two years. They helped me get off pain killers. When it came to my psych medication I had my Psychiatrist send in a report of the medications that I take for my diagnoses, and then was able to transfer them over, so I no longer had to see two doctors for prescriptions. I was depressed and had been on an MAORI and only seemed to make things worse. They recommend I try and SRI and have not ever been as happy as one should. At any good practice they take your blood, but they take time to do it in house and send it out. (No Diagnostic Health facilities where people are chronically sick and usually bad cleanliness. That shows Mr fish oil does not know the ins and outs.) They are by the book and require an MRI or some proof that you need to be on any narcotics for pain. The blood test showed me exactly what I was deficient in and what foods would provide me to work as a complete human being.
By: Mark B.
Advance Family Practice
Complimentary Letter -- Patient Services:After nearly three decades of “Dr. Patel’s father and son doctoring,” Connie and I can say that they are simply the best! “They” includes everyone at their office – Lindsay, the recently hired Physician Assistant, Office Manager Maxine (a heart of gold!), Medical Assistants Ralph and Christy (is there anything they can’t do?), Cisco, the Phlebotomist (“a good stick” every time) and Tanita, the Referral Coordinator (she gets it right every time). We are part of their family and they ours. They have always taken on our medical challenges with the utmost professionalism, patience, persistence, compassion and encouragement. We couldn’t ask for anything more.We know our futures are as bright as they can possibly be with Advance Family Practice!!- Mark and Connie
By: Nathan P.
Unique Healthcare Orlando
Dr Edwards and the staff at unique healthcare not only have great bedside manner but are very concerned and considerate of my medical needs, I've been with them for almost 7 years well I've been getting my back fixed and I stay with them because they are considerate of everything I need they take care of me and every way and they always take care of me in a timely orderly fashion. Dr Edwards and staff are not only professional but they also have gone out of their way for me to take care of me several times I appreciate the service of Dr Edwards and staff more than I can say and I highly recommend them to many others, Dr Edwards at unique healthcare of Orlando is excellent and I would recommend them to anybody. Nathan Pixley
Tips & Advices
An osteopathic physician practices a comprehensive form of medicine that takes a holistic approach to a person's health. Instead of specializing in one system or set of organs, an osteopathic specialist focuses on the health of the total body. This includes evaluating environmental factors that affect a person's well-being.
Many family doctors deliver babies, especially in rural areas without a nearby OB/GYN. However, most family doctors only deliver for low-risk pregnancies and do not perform cesarean sections.
Family nurse practitioners are highly educated nurses able to provide medical care individually or with the assistance of another professional. Family nurse practitioners obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and then take the National Council Licensure Examination to begin working as a registered nurse. Then, they continue their education and obtain a Master of Science in Nursing. Following that, they become certified in family practice via the American Nurses Credentialing Center of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, allowing them to become certified family nurse practitioners.
Some family doctors provide immunizations while others do not. Typically, doctors who work as part of a large practice are more likely to offer vaccines in-house. Doctors in offices of one to two physicians are more likely to refer patients to a public health department or other immunization provider.
A physician's assistant is a person qualified to perform routine medical services. This individual is professionally licensed and certified, but they may not have the extensive med school education of a doctor.That said, PAs do complete almost three years of postgraduate study and more than 2,000 hours of rotations.

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