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By: Dawson H.
Weinfeld, Adam, MD
I went to Dr. Weinfeld because my nose has previously been operated on and the first operation by a different doctor had over the span of seven years resulted in my nose collapsing and limiting my breathing ability. He was referred to me by many medical offices in the Austin area and not being from Austin I called around to find the best surgeon for this important medical procedure. I was hesitant as I had gone through this surgery before , but on my first visit Dr. Weinfeld not only knew there was a problem by just looking at my nose from the exterior. He told me that he was confident that he could restore my breathing capabilities and his examination was the most professional examination I have ever received by any medical professional in my entire life. As, he scheduled my surgery he reassured me that everything would be fine and that I would be a new person once I got my nose fixed. The staff became for a few months an extended part of my family assuring me that if I needed anything at all they were just a phone call or email away. The day of the surgery Dr. Weinfeld came and spoke to me before I went into my operation and made sure that I was feeling calm and he provided a level of comfort and reassurance that left me with confidence not only that I was doing the right thing. But, a confidence with him and I at that moment trusted him with my nose and knew that I was in the best professional hands in Austin. After my surgery from the moment I woke up from surgery I could tell a difference and as time progressed on and the bandages were removed I was not only pleased with the exterior appearance of my nose. But, for the first time in years I could breathe again. I give him my highest recommendation! -Dawson Hicks
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By: Matthew H.
Whorley, James M
Dealing with Mr. Whorley was very comforting and easy. He answered all my questions and listened to every word I said. He didn't keep me in the dark about anything, I knew exactly what was going on and our game plan for everything. He is efficient and effective.
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By: carmie8
Dr. Barbara A Weiss, MD
I tend to be a "complicated" patient. Dr Weiss goes out of her way to solve issues. If she doesn't have an answer, she doesn't stop until she gets it. Not only is she very professional, she is also very caring.
By: Connie J.
Wohleb & Wohleb PLLC
Suzanne was very helpful and kind to us. When others wanted to charge $2,500 for a particular service. Suzanne offered the same service for $700 - $1,000. Thanks Suzanne for helping us out.
By: Tina F.
Borucki, Sally J, MD
Dr. Borucki is an incredible doctor. She was able to diagnose me with a serious disease the first time she saw me. And she calls me herself, personally, which really means alot.
By: jeff.hogan.792
David Jennings - State Farm Insurance Agent
Very personable and helpful staff. I've always tried not to need my insurance, but when I have, these folks have taken very good care of me. I think it flows from the top down.
By: benjaminj.
The Carlson Law Firm
Julie was a wonderful lawyer and was extremely helpful. She answered all of our questions and settled out fast. We will be referring people to The Carlson Law Firm and Julie.
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By: Patrick H.
Cajun Invasion
I love the food. When i first came when it opened, service was bad. But not its less staff and mor organized. Food has always been good to me. Etouffee was fabulous.
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By: Jeanna W.
Borucki, Sally J, MD
love her, very down to earth and direct, she talks on your level
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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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