Sanford Cardiovascular Institute in Sioux Falls, SD with Reviews -

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By: Michelle Y.
Dr. Brian B Fay, MD
Dr. Brian Fay was the absolute best specialist /Dr.I've had for so long Iam 55 yr.young woman who has become disabled w/in the last year and a half. I have pain in every bone & joint in my body,almost. So I've stopped enjoying life as I once knew it. I came to his office from Spirit Lake optimistic & a little apprehensive. With list & ??? in hand,he immediately shook my hand , ever so gently, & spoke clearly & listened intently. He gave me a plan with a plan & I got blood work & ×-rays in record timing. I am encouraged & the Rx he started me on gave me a painfree am & energy to swim 20 laps . Wow I have hope for a quality of life that I have been missing. Thank you Dr. Brian Fay Sincerely, Michelle Yanik
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By: justin.lammers1
Shah Medical Clinic
There are not many I would trust with my life or that of my loved ones, but Dr. Shah at Shah Medical Clinic of Sioux Falls is one of them. He is highly knowledgeable and skilled in medicine. His bedside manner, attention to detail, and up-to-date treatment plans make him my first provider to go to. I have had the pleasure of working with Dr. Shah as an RN in many emergencies and his calm demeanor are indicative of someone who is 2 steps ahead & truly knows what they are doing. If you are looking for someone who will go the extra mile in providing you quality medical care then setup an appointment today.
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By: unibrat
Lockwood, Scott A, MD
Dr. Lockwood has been helping me with Low Back pain Management for a couple years now. I won't go to any other Dr. He's the best, knows what he's doing.
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