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By: Lisa B.
The Baylor Scoliosis Center
Very long wait every time I go. Doc did not want to re-fill a script I really need to make it through the day. Going to a different doctor. Waiting 3 hours one time.
By: Jack M.
Southwest Scoliosis Institute PLLC
Your staff had compassion for my circumstances. In this day in age I must say this customer service was exceptional. Posted as a service & under authority of this business, comment shown as expressed by a true customer of this dealer.
By: Frank M.
Southwest Scoliosis Institute PLLC
I was very pleased; this is one of the friendliest places I have been to! Posted as a service & under authority of this business, comment shown as expressed by a true customer of this dealer.
By: lisaethomps
Tran, Alex M.D.
This doctor does not deserve a single star rating. My 14 year old daughter has a L5 stress fracture. We went for a followup visit at the 3 week period which is 1/4 of the recommended treatment for her condition. At this point the doctor discussed with my daughter how her back may never heal and she may have to find or give up the sport she has been so passionate about. Pretty hard blow for a 14 year old to take. Needless to say we left with my daughter in tears. She even started crying in the appointment and the Dr. Tran had the nerve to ask her what was wrong and why was she crying. Really Dr. Tran. You have a PHD are your really that ignorant?????
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