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By: Barbara W.
Udo-Inyang Anthony D, MD
Dr, Udo has been my ob/gyn for 28 years. My mother and my sister and friends have been his patients. This is a doctor who sits down and talks to me at every appt. He cares about my life. Always asks questions and remembers details. He delivered all 3 of my kids and my sister's two girls. My last pregnancy was difficult. I was forty and it seemed like everything that could go wrong started to go wrong. But, it didn't. He caught the sugar problem, the BP problem, the weird other problems before they ever got a chance to take hold and hurt my baby or me. Dr Udo genuinely, I mean genuinely cares about his patients. Which is not all that common nowadays. For 28 years he has never changed his caring ways.
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By: C R.
Best Medical Center
This is a quack doctor. The establishment is in terrible condition. Signs inside the facility are handwritten, including a kindergarten drawing of the escape route in case of an emergency. The doctor was looking up information on his iPhone about a common condition that I have. The cups for urine samples are all thrown in a Tupperware container in the bathroom.
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By: Niles S.
Best Medical Center
I want to personally say Doctor W for saving my life. I give you the upmost to you. You took great care of me back in April of 2013. Thanks for taking care of me and understanding since my stroke.
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By: Melissa J.
Udo-Inyang Anthony D, MD
Doctor udo wasn't a good doctor for me I wouldn't recommend him to anyone he always rushed me out the office and he delivered my baby who has passed away and his response was he didn't know what happened its been 4yrs and I'm still devastated
By: Wendy L.
Udo-Inyang Anthony D, MD
I have had doctor Udo as my OB for over ten years, he has delivered three of my four sons. He is a very loyal and understanding man. He is willing to help however he can to make sure his patients are well taken care of thru their pregnancies and everyday health. I am very proud to have him as a provider and to know that there's good doctors in the world concerned about their patients and not just their paychecks .. Xoxoxo Thank you doctor Udo ur the best. Sincerely Wendy :)
By: tanya.k.anderson
Udo-Inyang Anthony D, MD
Dr. USO has been my OB/GYN since 1995. I wouldn't switch to another doctor for anything!!!!He saw me through two pregnancies and I have two beautiful children that I thank him for all the time!
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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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.
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