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08/18/2013
By: bryantgattos
Wasylik Michael A MD PA
Jan 2001 I thought I had sprained my ankle it was a little swollen but being in sports for many years I didn't think much of it. A week or so later I ended up stepping forward and my foot didn't follow, I ended up tripping and felt much more pain but figured I had agitated my sprained ankle. A week later my shoes were not fitting on my right foot and the swelling was now close to purple. I went to Emergency room and was told I shattered my ankle and I needed surgery ASAP. I called my primary care doctor and he referred me to Dr. Wasylik. At my first visit he explained I need to have surgery immediately. My xrays showed my injury was in need of a plate and screws and crushed bone removal to repair the damage. I had small broken pieces of bone that had shattered in my right ankle. Dr. Wasylik showed me the parts he would use to repair my ankle. The plate was about 4 inches long about 3/8 thick and a little over an inch wide, both plate and screws made of titanium. I was scheduled at the hospital for surgery and was told, because of my injury I may never walk correctly or even run again. I was 34yrs old and in good health and was a personal fitness trainer at the time. My goal was to get my leg repaired first and worry about the recovery later. I was told Dr. Wasylik was one of the top Orthopaedic Surgeon's for my joint injury, that helped relieve my stress of having surgery. After I got out of surgery I was in the hospital for 2 more days then released with a cast up to my knee and was told to stay off the leg and use my crutches and come back in a week to take more xrays and see how things are healing. Over about the next 12 weeks I was in about every other week or so to get xrays & replace the cast and verify the plate and screws and bone were all healing without any negative reaction from my body or infection. Dr. Wasylik scheduled me to come in after he felt the cast needed to be removed and me to start my rehab. He told me I would need to use the crutches and not to expect much and be happy everything had healed and maybe by September I would be able to walk. I told him I would bring my tennis shoes to the appointment and walk out of his office without the crutches I went in for my cast removal and I did walk out with my tennis shoes on and carried my crutches out in my hand. (it was a little painful with a limp, but worth every step) By my next follow up appointment I was walking fairly normal, with a little limp from the pain and limited range of motion, but doing all my own rehab. By August of 2001 I had full range of motion and the equal strength of my left leg was able to sprint and walk as I had prior to my injury. It has been over 12 years since I had surgery and the only way anyone would know that I had been injured is the light scar on the outside of my right leg and the other scar on my inside of my ankle where Dr. Wasylik also sewed up my R inside ankle tendons that had stretched from my original injury. From the damage I had done to my ankle and the fear of me not being able to walk, run or have full range of motion was overwhelming to me at the time. I am happy to say, I am glad Dr. Wasylik was my surgeon and want to thank him for doing a great job on getting me literally back on my feet.
08/30/2013
By: lillori
Dr. Michael Patrick Heim, DO
Doctor who listens to the patient, is kind and considerate. I appreciate this doctor for educating me on my hormones as we proceeded to decrease and put me on bio-identical hormone cream. 4 years ago I was on premarin 1.25 and had been for 18 years. Doc had a basket case on his hands, when I ran into him. He sent me home with homework, so I could understand better. I got the book HRT: The Answers. He also started me on supplements. I am a work in progress, we had many issues 4 years ago, today my quality of life has increased tremendously. Between the supplements and diet change, most my stomach issues are resolved. Through his guidance we have learned all the foods I am intolerant too.. I now "Eat Clean", improving my health drastically within just a few weeks. My body is still full of toxins and it will take time since I pumped toxic foods in my body for many decades. I was a soda pumping, junk food eating, hefty person, with stomach pains, nausea and constantly tired. My blood work and saliva tests were so bad in the beginning, today I am right where I need to be. This took us many years and we have had other set backs, like dental, harming my food consumption. I also have skeletal and muscular problems and once a month, Dr. Heim's adjustment does the trick. I am blessed to have him and his sweet office there for me when I am sick, and that is more often than I prefer. Dr. Heim is the most remarkable doctor I have ever met. My entire family goes to him, he is worth a try, you will not be disappointed.
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09/20/2015
By: Anna S.
Bayside Physicians
I very much like Dr. Holland who I saw there once. She was kind and thorough and I will go back only to see her (she is the reason I give 2 stars instead of 1). On subsequent visits I was given to Dr. Andrea O. (she may be a nurse practitioner, not sure). She was the worst doctor I've ever seen. Unkind, unconcerned, not at all thorough, and comes off as arrogant. I came in with severe acute pain (to the point I was in tears in the exam room). She didn't even bother to examine the area that I was complaining about. I also told her I had had a fever of 101 for the last 2 days. She didn't bother to take my temperature (I took it when I got home and still had a fever). She sent me away saying my pain was "gereralized" and probably just a virus. I ended up in terrible pain for the next two days before finding out I had a severely infected abscess that should have had immediate care. I am very upset with the lack of care I got there and will only go back if I know I will see Dr. Holland and not this other horribe doctor. The nurse was friendlly but a bit distracted and the office staff is nice enough. The office itself is a bit old and run down.
11/08/2015
By: Tim M.
Franks Wellness Clinic
I have been seeing Dr. Frank for several years now. I have seen him at his Tampa office and he has seen me in the hospital. Dr. Frank is a doctor who have a great bed side and also unlike most doctors he listens . Dr. Frank cares about his patients and he will spend the time needed to address your issues. Sometimes this get him into running appointments behind. Some of the patients get upset but I remind them that we are not a assembly line. Also doc will not cut you short when you are being seen. very caring doctor that hears you. I have seen Doctor Franks for Primary Care and also Pain management. I will tell you Dr. Frank will blow you away with his knowledge. if you want the best then I say see Dr. Frank and be patient. The Staff also is a complete team. DR frank is a 5+ Doctor. You will be pleased.
11/22/2016
By: Carolina R.
AvantGarde Urgent Care
I had not t been feeling so well for about 4 days. Decided to go to AvantGarde urgent care facility in Tampa. Came in on a Sunday 11/20/2016 morning. Two people (Marco and Sabrina) were working and were very nice. The place was very clean, organized, smelled good, welcoming but not super cold as a doctor's office usually is. The friendly staff got me in maybe 5 mins after I filled out the paperwork. Once I was in the patient room, Dr. Malczak saw me. Nice guy. He met with me for about 20 mins discussing my symptoms and what I possibly have. Very knowledgeable and understood what I was going through. Overall, experience was great at this facility and I would recommend it to family and loved ones any time they need to see a doctor without an appointment. Thank you for recommending them!
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12/28/2015
By: Johana R.
AvantGarde Urgent Care
From the time I arrived until my departure, I was treated exceptionally well by the staff there. The admissions process was very easy, and I was taken to an examination room within five minutes of my arrival there. I was initially screened by a nurse, then thoroughly examined by a doctor approximately ten minutes later. A few minutes later, I was taken into an X-ray room to have my injured wrist X-rayed (the X-ray technician was very friendly and professional). The doctor and a medical assistant then carefully put my wrist and lower arm into a fiberglass cast to immobilize the fracture. The doctor then made a referral to an orthopedic specialist for further care. Based upon this visit, I am quite impressed with the quality of care provided at this facility.
10/09/2009
By: mariacalejo20
Health Care Pain Solution
Quisiera dar mi opnion hacerca del trato que recibi en health care pain solutions inc fue una cosa ingreible que en realidad no tengo palabras con que explicar el buen trato que e recibido en esa clinica fue una de las mejores cosas que me ha pasado en mi vida ya que cuando llegue a ese local llegue muy afectada por todos los dolores que tenia despues del accidente y fue tan agradable el trato que me dieron y lo rapido que me atendio el doctor que cuando me vine a dar de cuentas ya estaba con el masajista que tiene unas manos que gracias a el pude salir mas recuperada escribo esta pequena explicacion para cuando usted tenga un accidente que ni dios lo quiera no pierdan la opurtunidad de asistrir a esa clinica que le aseguro que sale como nuevo
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07/02/2012
By: rebecca.duncan.9279
Windsor Medical Clinic
Dr Ubani as well as her staff are not only the most professional group I have ever incountered, but also the most caring and dedicated doctor and staff that goes above and beyond the call of duty. I realize how cliché that sounds, but after many years of searching and even more horrifying experiences with doctors that either don't have time to listen to you, or make you feel like you're waisting their time, Dr. Ubani and staff almost make you feel like they're reading your mind. They are completely understanding, compassionate, and make you feel comfortable with every visit, you leave feeling confident that you understand any issues you may be dealing with.
09/05/2013
By: keri.boling
Tampa Community Hospital Cardiology and Heart care
the other day i got really sick quickly.went to town and country hospital.i told them up front that i am not currently working,did not know how i will be able to pay them but needed treatment.the staff was concerned about me,took me back to the er right away to start treatment.very professional and warm energy.normally i get nrevous when i have to get treatment,they made my visit pleasant and helpful.i will go back there again.staff told me to get better and to pay alittle along when i can that they can't deny me.thank you town and country.now on the path of recovery.much love keri boling
07/29/2015
By: L P.
GMS Florida West Coast, Inc.
Great providers, great hours, out within an hour from check in to check out. They are really quick to accommodate an office visit, most of the time a day of visit is offered. I don't know many providers who will schedule you to be seen on the day of. The staff could be a little more friendly, but overall okay. The doctors and mid-level providers are all so sweet and knowledgable. They are informative and thorough in their diagnosis. I see some negative feedback on this office but it sounds like some of these other commenters are just disgruntled patients!
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