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05/11/2016
By: Christopher H.
Salisbury Orthopaedic Associates
I can't speak highly enough of saibury orthapedic. Thank you Robert humber and friend others cast away and to you julie pleae forgive the I just would never want to know if there was a way to message my lomg tmi and Iam sorry. Yet you still except me . To all in need of a orthapedic surgeon I cant paint a rainbow say doctor humble will take everone freedom from pain and these pain meds not hit for a dog. I thank you humble and Ryan and praying for me and Marie and Julie hagar. I will promise you yo u will be greater with a smile from ever employees. Team work. But past 3 year I wake in pains and humber God bless you. He used your hands and my pack buddy ryan. How do you think someone you can walk again. I praised Jesus first. Please I'd your experience unneeded pain whst do you have to loose let them check you out. Warning dr. Humble is a patient gentle man but if you hurt he will help you. I he ever shop for meda on his watch God help yoy better you than I .
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05/15/2012
By: brandywine445
Dr. Cecil M Farrington, MD
If i told my best friend about this company;i would say they r the most caring people.They don't just see you as money ;they want to help and really get to the problem at hand and figure out the best way to help and fix the problem .They don't just say ok ;i think u may have this problem or that problem they look at all kinds of options to reall help u gget better;no matter what medical or non medical problems you may have.The nurses at Farrington Family Medical Center are so sweet and caring.They take the time to talk to you and ask all the questions needed to help the dr.s and staff give you the proper treatment needed for u.Thanks so much for the caring you give;to help people fix their medical and non medical needs.Thanks Brandy Dillard
12/28/2012
By: misterreview
Dr. Cecil M Farrington, MD
Dr. Allison is friendly enough. However, even with an appointment you'll find yourself waiting anywhere from 45 minutes to and hour and a half to see him. If you call in to get a prescription refilled, he will consistently take his sweet time to refill it. I'm talking up to a week. He doesn't seem to have an interest in finding out what is really going on with a patient, and I am tired of doctors like this. DO NOT GO TO DR. ALLISON.
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09/26/2016
By: Brenda f C.
Carolina Spine & Hand Center PA
HAD AN APPT THIS MORNING TOOK MONEY TOOK MY BLOOD PRESSURE THAN SHE SAID THEY WAS CLOSING LIKE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS ' HURTING '''WHAT ''''''''''''HOW DO THAT SOUND ''AND THE ONLY REASON I WENT THEY SAID HE WAS A GOOD DR '''''''''WOW COULD NOT THEY HAVE TOLD ME ON THE PHONE WHEN I MADE APPT OR CALLED ME ''''''''''''''BUT I GOT MY MONEY BACK I AM NO FOOL '''''''''''''HURTING ''''CANT BELEIVE IT ''
07/30/2014
By: Laura D.
Centralina Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Inc
I would recommend him to everyone. Dr. Furr is a caring and passionate doctor.
09/30/2013
By: suzidave.dange
Dr. Yuthapong Sukkasem, MD
He is a great dr.Nice and sober.great help
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