Southwest Medical Center in Santa Rosa, CA with Reviews -
  • 1.Southwest Pediatrics

    711 Stony Point Rd

    Santa Rosa,CA

    1.77 mi

  • 2.Southwest Community Health Ctr

    3650 Standish Ave

    Santa Rosa,CA

    3.57 mi

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By: Dhyana K.
Neema Pourtaheri, M.D.
Dr. Pourtaheri has trained alongside some ofthe world’s finest orthopaedic surgeons andbrings invaluable medical expertise about thelatest advancements in shoulder and elbow care.In addition, he practices general orthopaedics includingarthroscopy, fracture care, joint replacement and minimallyinvasive procedures. Dr. Pourtaheri is Board Certified by theAmerican Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and a member of theArthroscopic Association of North America (AANA) and theAmerican Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS).
By: kate.quirin
Sleep Medicine Institute Inc
The accommodations were excellent and the personal attention from the tech assigned to me was also excellent. And, while not the easiest and most pleasant of experiences, I did manage to sleep and they got the required data, so, a successful outcome achieved.
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By: Jennifer C.
Synergy Medical Group
Pam has been helping me with pain management as well as treating paralysis in my face due to bells palsy.I have seen amazing improvements in muscle control and facial elasticity! I look forward to my sessions with her! Thanks Pam
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By: Jane H.
St Jane & Mary Medical Clinic
Wonderful Doctor! Really cares about her patients and goes above and beyond. Receptionist is very personable. They make going to the doctor's office a pleasant experience!
By: sara.palmer.334
James L Thomson MD
They take the time to get to know your needs. Its not like other Dr. offices, Dr THomson really cares about his patients and does all he can each and every time
By: anatman75
Synergy Medical Group
Thanks Dr. Liu,I felt different almost immediately after your treatments and I would recommend you and your staff to anybody that is considering your services.
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