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11/09/2017
By: bubblespawspa
Aung, Ma Thuzar, MD
Pap appt. First time to see her. Cut and dry whole thing took 3-4 minutes (seriously) I felt like she must see one patient every 5 minutes. Not very gentle.
05/24/2017
By: Paula H.
Lake Centre for Rehabilitation
I went for Pelvic Floor Therapy. The therapist, Tracy, was wonderful. She knew her job, was very professional. yet had a sense of humor. I needed less than the recommended number of sessions. She gave me advice about 2 other issues I was having.I feel she went above and beyond. Well done, Lake Centre!
06/01/2016
By: Claudia B.
Lake Centre for Rehabilitation
Doctor discontinued therapy because I needed surgery and they billed my insurance company for more visits then I went to. I paid balance in 2011 and they send a bill in 2016 for $12.48 . Very unprofessional
07/27/2014
By: Donna A.
Martinez-Cruz Bayoan
Wonderful MD. takes time and listens to his patients.
09/24/2013
By: kandmroberts
Cowin, John A
My appointment was 3:00 PM on 9/23/2013. I arrived early to fill out the paperwork. When 3:30 came and went, I asked "how much longer is the wait?" Office staff said it was going to be at least another hour. I asked, "how come you didn't call me on my cell number that I provided to you when I first made the appointment?" She said that they don't do that because he is a surgeon and that they ALWAYS RUN LATE. Obviously, I had more words and left quickly. Guess he has too much business? http://www.vitals.com/doctors/Dr_John_Cowin/reviews#ixzz2fpXP6sqn Doctor Reviews and Ratings Follow us: @Vitals on Twitter | Vitals on Facebook
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