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04/04/2017
By: Alma R.
Advanced Pain Care
SINCE IO'VE BEEN GOING TO HAVE MY PROCEDURES THE ONLY THING I CAN SAY AND WITH HONESTY IS THAT EVERYBODY THERE IS NICE CONCER AND AFTER MY PROCEDURES I CAN'T COMPLAIN I FEEL LIKE A NEW PERSON AND FEEL LIKE TAKING ON THE WORLD WHICH I KNOW IT'S A NO-NO CAUSE I DO HAVE TO TAKE CARE OF MYSELF, I AM VERY HAPPY WITH DR. MARK MALONE AND HIS STAFF I CAN'T COMPLAIN, I HAVE REFFERD MY DAUGHTER I JUST HOPE THEY ACCEPT HER INSURANCE ....
10/02/2016
By: Sandra A.
Advanced Pain Care
This review is about the billing office not the doctors. Stay away from this facility if you want correct information and proper processing of insurance claims. Procedures were delayed because of misinformation and out and out lies as to the reason for the delays. The insurance company approved procedures but the office said they did not. I could go on and on. Beware.
06/18/2013
By: girloutyonder
Advanced Pain Care
I've been with Dr. Malone and Advanced Pain Care for years. I have always been treated well by everyone there. I've had various treatments and procedures that have helped to decrease my pain. My only negative comment is the turnover rate of PA's.
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