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By: Emmanuelle C.
Statclinix Urgent Care
Early June, I went to the Scottsdale location with acute pains on my left knee and right ankle after a fall. My daughter drove me there. I told the P.A. that I fell by my pool area, hurt my left knee and dislocated my right ankle and put it back in place. She said immediately that it didn't happen and she was in sports medicine and she had never head of anything like this. They took x-rays and stated that I had no fractures. Based on their diagnosis, I was told that they wouldn't treat me. I begged for an ace bandage, but was told that they weren't allowed to provide me any care since nothing was broken. I requested that they wheel me to my car. At this point, as the pain was increasing, I couldn't no longer put any weight on either leg. I was in extreme pain. I was given a list for ortho supplier stores (knee brace, foot boot and crutches) for me to buy. We drove directly to the ortho store and the salesman had to meet me in my car. I was stuck, unable to put weight on my legs. It was quite expensive to buy these items and yet, the salesman made a comment that I should really be in a wheelchair instead. Next day, Statclinix office called me to let me know in fact I had a fracture of the tibia and should make an appointment with an ortho surgeon. Upon seeing the ortho surgeon that same day, I was told that I had a tibia AND a fibula fracture on my right leg, and a knee contusion. I then was properly treated by true medical professionals. I am extremely upset about how I was treated at StatClinix. I was refused treatments because of their staff medical misdiagnosis. Their PA showed a tremendous lack of compassion and medical knowledge. Their Scottsdale office called me several times after their mishap to see how I am doing, which is a nice follow up but comes a little late.I felt completely alone, helpless and I was mistreated by StatClinix. Do not seek urgent care treatments over there, especially if you suspect you broke a bone or two. They don't know how to read X-Rays.
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By: Kimberly F.
Statclinix Urgent Care
The doctors here are not able to prescribe narcotic pain medicine. They explicitly told me that my primary can but they can't. If you are experiencing pain GO SOMEWHERE ELSE. If I could give them zero stars I would. Please avoid this place at all costs. Dr. Gregory Reser was my "doctor" as well and was the rudest "doctor" I have come across in ages. He needs to be removed from the Scottsdale location ASAP. Spoke to Mary Mcguire and another representative for the company. They would not have the doctor apologize for his behavior. They would not explain why he plain stated that he was literally UNABLE to prescribe proper pain medication despite my PCP doing so instantly the next day (after an incredibly bad night of pain). They were also hesitant to even admit that this Dr. Reser is an owner of the Urgent Care. The shadiness of this company is unbelievable. I have reported Dr. Reser to the AZ Medical Board and I would highly suggest anyone else who has dealt with his behavior and lack of due care to report him immediately. Here is the link and reporting is incredibly easy and worth it to report doctor's like him and to save your money (https://www.azmd.gov/Complaint/ComplaintOL.aspx).
By: Terri R.
Diamondback Drugs
According to yp it's here but its not , there is a florist .so go to the address on Indian school near Mercer ' Mortuary instead
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By: Sarah C.
Walmart - Pharmacy
My first visit/review at this pharmacy wasn't the best. Maybe someone was having an off day, maybe it was my overall experience at this Walmart store, but every visit since then has been nothing but the best. The manager/head pharmacist there is friendly, attentive, and on top of his staff.... every employee/pharmacist there is patient, efficient, and kind, and the wait for pick up is always appropriate. I would recommend this pharmacy to family & friends, and will continue using this pharmacy as long as I'm living in Scottsdale. Thank you guys! I appreciate everything you do! :)
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By: Elizabeth H.
I went in today and to pick up some meds and I asked for my Vistrial script back since it wouldn't be in till Monday the lady said no. I take a control substance and the pharmacy tech said it's really weird everytime you come in here you get a higher dose! I was accused of being a drug addict this lady was rude and disrespectful to me. I have A.D.D and my doctor is getting me on higher doses. On top of that she is helping training a new pharmacy tech and she was so rude to him yelling at him and telling him he was an idiot!. Kat the pharmacist their always defends her employees even though they have done wrong. The guys and girls working as cashiers and clerks are great people no complaints their.
By: Lisa G.
Cor Clinic
Dr. MIchael Branson is the best physical therapist around. The results I have gotten far surpass any other treatment I have had. I have had low back/disc problems for many years and after trying various other PT facilities I can absolutely say with confidence that you will be very happy with the services of Dr. Branson & the Cor Clinic team. He is an expert in his field & is very caring as well. Go to Cor Clinic FIRST, you will be glad you did!
By: catherine.l.jenkins1
Mayo Clinic Building Scottsdale
This hospital is truly nice and worth the miliage.
By: california2013
Statclinix Urgent Care
I don't know how many of positive reviews out there were true. I would give zero star if I could. Before I went there for a chest X-ray for TB screening as a pre-employment process, I called them and was told that it should be covered by my insurance. When I was actually there, I was told TB screening might not be covered by my insurance, if the insurance company declined the payment, I need to pay $80 out of pocket, which never happened when I had the same test elsewhere with the same insurance. I thought paying $80 was acceptable because I really need the test ASAP and my PCP was 300 miles away. Eventually, what happened was they charged me a co-pay for an emergency room visit, billed my insurance company $292 for a doctor's visit with history and physical exam, which means the doctor put his stethoscope on my chest for 5 seconds. it is the first time my insurance did a partial payment and they strongly requested me to pay the difference. OMG, when I asked why I kept getting wrong infor. and why nobody told me the real cost before I went to there clinic, the person who was requesting the payment just blamed me for listening to their office staff. What they gave me was only" estimation", it may not be correct. they're not responsible for the estimation but I am responsible for the real cost. So, if you don't want to be surprised by the bills, don't go there.
By: deserthiker12
Fetal & Women's Center of Arizona
They had a terrible ultrasound technician who needed more training. She was guessing on measurements and had poor interaction with us. the way she acted, I would have expected to see her at the burger king drive through. After doing price comparisons, they charged much more than most offices for a simple ultrasound. We were not impressed at all.
By: grantsmith2323
Statclinix Urgent Care
Always immediate and great care from the doctors at Stat Clinix. Very caring and always attentive to whatever my issue may be.
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This depends on the facility. Patients should call to find out if they'll need a referral from their physician prior to making an appointment.
Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
  • 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.
Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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