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By: R W.
Dr. Louis Chanin, Family Ear, Nose, and Throat Care
Dr. Chanin.....2 words....Absolutely amazing!!! Best Ear, Nose and Throat specialist ever! (We have seen a few!) He is excellent with children. My daughter loves him! He is very informative and explains, where anyone can understand. My daughter has been very sick this past year. He didn't push surgery at all. (Like some doctors like to do) He took the necessary steps and as a last resort, she had her tonsils and adenoids removed. She ate pizza the night of surgery! Had minimum pain. No bleeding. Has been a completely different child since!! It's amazing! God is good! So is Dr. Chanin! We are so pleased with him and his practice. Cannot say enough good things!!! Everyone on his staff is so friendly and personable. We feel like part of the family! Keep up the great work! Highly recommend!!!!
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By: Savannah D.
Nabors, Deanna R
I have just moved to Southaven from New Jersey and needed a PCP. I saw Dr. Nabors and I was very impressed with her. She sat and talked with me and went over my medical history in a unhurried fashion. Also the office staff all of them were friendly and very courteous. They took the time to give me a list of other specialty physicians that I needed and the waiting time was less than 30 minutes for a new patient. Overall impressed with staff and physician.
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By: Jessica M.
Desoto Community Health Center
I would give this place a 0 if possible. The nurse practitioner is awesome is the only reason I don't! As for the two at ladies at the front both need to be fired they both are rude unorganized and never even called me back for a follow up as promised 3 times! When you call for an appointment they don't care they put you on hold till a voicemail picks up or you get tired of waiting! They are definitely only there to pick up a check and nothing more!
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By: colonelt
Brandon Doctor Perrine DR
Doctor Brandon is a bonafide healer. He is able to diagnose problems with his hands. He corrected my sprained hip after a horse tossed me a couple of years ago. He does what seems like magic, and I always feel an inch taller after an adjustment. His reasonable rates keep me coming back for a tune up about every six weeks. 5 Star Recommendation. T Parker
By: Betty A.
Brandon Doctor Perrine DR
Brandon has helped with my hip problem without x rays other orthopedic Dr's cannot find anything wrong with x rays and mri
By: dot.jones.33
Hardin, William G, MD
The suggestion is for your ad................ the phone number is incorrect please fix it
By: brian.sellers.125
Jeff Cunningham MD
Great Doctor that treats your family like his own.
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