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By: R K.
Kirsten Culler Lcswc
She is wonderful! More like a knowledgeable friend than a clinical medical professional. Kirsten is the person to have in your corner. She has introduced me to a new and different approach that helps me with my crippling anxiety. I highly recommend her.
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By: Nancy N.
Childrens Medical Group
Dr. Panni is the best! Takes his time with the children and has genuine care and concern. Staff is friendly and competent. Office is clean and efficiently laid out.
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By: danielle.plutschak
Massey, Carmen B, MD
I gave Dr. Massey such a poor review because I was simply treated poorly by her during my visit. I went in with chest pains and severe headache after having a spinal tap done a couple days prior. She simply came into the room asked me what was wrong why was there and listen to my chest and lungs after doing so and only spending three minutes in the room with me at the most she walked out without so much as saying one word
By: devinevah
WARNING!!!! Do not go here, it is a human "puppy mill" . You WILL NOT get a personal experience with ANY of the many Dr.'s they have... Not to mention every time I called to make an appointment I was hung up on, then rudely told I had to "prove" my pregnancy ....before I could answer the ignorant phone girl I had paper work "proving" I was pregnant I was rudely hung up on yet again. I would not send my worse enemy here.
By: jcrobin47
Dr. Usha Natesan, MD
This is a group of Doctors. I have experance with only the two Natesan Doctors. Both are Internists they are knowledgeable and compassionate. They regulate medications often and will not give you a med. they haven't researched. They keep their appointments and do not have long waits in the waiting room. Their staff reflect the Doctors, very helpful and courteous.
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No. Patients should arrange for someone to drive them home and stay with them for 24 hours following the procedure.
This depends on the procedure. Most centers ask that patients arrive one to two  hours before the procedure begins. Following the procedure, the patient will stay at the center until fully recovered from being sedated. This may take between one and three  hours. After that, if the patient isn't experiencing abnormal pain, he or she may leave.
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