1.Key Medical Inc
5401 Longley Ln Ste 10
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2.Key Terri MD
75 Pringle Way
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3.Dr. Terri T Key, MD
1000 Locust St Suite 112
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I have been a happy patient of Dr. Prothro for at least 6 years. From our first meeting I knew that I was going to like him. He is kind, courteous and will listen intently to all you have to say as well as enjoy a good joke. He has a way of knowing what is bothering you and asks questions accordingly. He is very knowledgeable in all phases of his specialties as well as how to treat a patient. I have been in the operating room with him 3 times now starting with a defribulator installation and having replaced it 2 times, moving it to the right side on the 3rd procedure. I have nothing but good things to say about those experiences. He has presented several different things to help me with my CHF, COPD, High blood pressure and circulation issues. All in all I know that I am living a more productive and longer life under his care.Jerry Skinner
I had the pleasure of being under the care of Dr. Stephen Holroyd. His kindness and professionalism made it easy to talk with him. I highly recommend Dr. Holroyd if you are in the Reno/Carson City area.
Doctor Snow has always been extremely professional and able to explain my condition in laymen's words. His medical knowledge is astounding. I would recommend this physician to anyone.
The facility was clean and professional. The office members where very nice and professional. Even though we were late to my mom's appointment, the doctor saw her. Very nice!
Dr. Netuschil has been my physician for more than a decade, and I've followed her as she has moved to a new practice. Her new concierge-style practice has turned out to be a blessing, allowing for more frequent visits to address overall health and also chronic conditions. She is an accomplished surgeon and GYN who continually avails herself of the latest medical knowledge, and I have absolutely no complaints. I've recommended her to close friends.
Doctor Bain did not perform common diagnostics as to UNR primary care Doctor’s w/PHDs said that an Ultrasound should be preformed to see the extent of problem on two occasions. Dr. Bain just jumped into surgery without proper diagnosis of the area (said it was probably just a small hole/no mesh/just stitch it) 4/30/14, Dr. Bain performed the surgery for umbilical cord hernia. Two days later after the surgery when the swelling went down there was still a hole (umbilical cord hernia just about a ½ inch away from the last hole). I saw him on a follow up and told him of this: Dr. Bain just asked me if it hurts and to call him if it does, it could just be water (very briefly he said, it may be another hole…). Basically, he gave me the brush off (we all know a hernia does not hurt until many month later when the intestate get strangulated and starts to die, basically). Went back to my primary care doctor (Dr.Bearfield) and we were back to square one. He asked me if Dr. Bain did an ultrasound to see the extent of the problem/umbilical cord hernia. I said no, he just jumps into surgery/ I think this is where the error occurred. Dr. Bearfield informed Dr. Bain’s office that he is ordering an ultrasound (received call from Dr. Bain’s office in which they acknowledged this just about 45 minutes before my Dr. Bain office visit). Dr. Bain decided to do another surgery (scheduled 6/6/14). Once again, he did not perform an ultrasound. I had to pay for two surgeries with the hospital. Doctor Bain would not use his malpractice insurance to wipe one hospital bill off as the Renown Hospital Advocate advised me to let Doctor Bain know (sent certified letter). Put it this way, if my credit line was not as excellent as it is that Doctor Bain would have left me with a “Umbilical card Hernia 2 thru 3 times bigger than the first noticeable umbilical cord hernia hole. Doctor Bain had some grandiose explanation that he did not state in his surgical notes (besides I could feel the intestate waste go through the 2nd umbilical cord hernia when I went number 2 on the toilet…He has no consideration for the well being of his patience’s while covering his tracts as direct result of his error. I found Dr. Bain to be a very out of touch reality doctor (just cuts into people without proper diagnosis/ he even stated to me, some people has 4 umbilical cord hernia’s and that 4 surgeries are required). Non-sense, I think it’s best just to find a better doctor to do a surgery (unfortunately UNR referred me to this “Quack”. If you can’t do it right the first surgery that I do not want anyone to cut into me; take care.
Dr. Streit is such a awesome doctor and person. She is patient, kind, and attentive. She took great care of me during my last pregnancy and I came with a lot of baggage. My first baby passed away at a few weeks old so I definitely needed some extra TLC. She actually listened to me and my needs. I adore her.
If you're looking for a talk therapist, Dr. Assad is a Psychiatrist. That means, he is there to give expert medical advice about the administration of medicine - not to listen to you, other than anything regarding medications. If you don't understand the difference between a Psychiatrist, a Psychologist and a Therapist - look them up before you criticize Assad. He does his job with excellence.
worst of the worst.... she is horrible from all aspects ! she walks in with a nasty attitude, and shows no respect for patients. she doesn't even knock on the door or greet the patient! tried to tell her about the symptoms i was having... totally ignores what you say and rush you through the appointment!
I've been a patient of Dr Abbott for 20 years. In that time she has taken care of my thyroid and my diabetes. She keeps up with the latest things in both fields.
- 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.