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By: Gary L.
Denver Neurosurgery and Spine
My experience at Denver Neurosurgery and Spine 9195 Grant st suit 105 Thornton Co 80229 was Awesome on a scale of 1-10 1 Being the lowest 10 being the best I Gary LaPenna give them a 10 +++. Dr Roderick Lamond is a Great Surgeon and if I had to do it again I would not hesitate to go back. His Assistant Bethany is Awesome very knowledgeable very dependable and is a very Beautiful person I wish the both of them could be my primary care physician and Assistant. I give them both 5 star rating..
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By: Tammy A.
North Suburban Medical Center
Worst place ever! DO NOT go here! I took my daughter Alexa to their ER where she waited in excruciating pain for about 35 minutes after arriving before being taken back to be treated. Once she was taken back, she waited for about an hour before the admissions/billing (always all about the money) lady came in asking her all kinds of questions while my daughter is barely able to speak due to being in so much pain, when finally, a very angry looking nurse comes in, sees the admissions lady and just leaves without saying a word or doing anything. About another 20-30 minutes pass by and a doctor finally comes into the room and starts asking all kinds of questions. About 5-10 minutes after that, the same angry nurse comes into the room and flat out lies to the doctor about coming in numerous times before to check on "the patient" my daughter. The lying nurse had done nothing! The doctor orders a bunch of tests and pain meds via an IV. They all leave and the nurse just threw some blankets on my daughter and leaves again finally returning to put the IV in. As someone with some serious medical issues, I have had enough IV's and blood draws to know when someone does not know what they are doing. The nurse couldn't find a vein. When she finally thinks she has found one, she then force feeds the blood out of the IV by constantly moving it while in her arm for the slowest vial fill ever. She then flushed the IV and gave my daughter the pain meds through it which looked to be more painful than what my daughter went there for in the first place! I really feel they have incompetent so called "medical professionals" working there. I wanted to leave and take my daughter somewhere else, but my daughter was in too much pain. I cannot believe how awful this place was! Not one person smiled, was friendly, acted like they cared about any of their patients (at least you knew the truth, that it's just a job for the North Suburban ER medical staff that wouldn't be there if they didn't need a paycheck), none of their staff had any kind of bedside manner, or gave me any confidence in their skill set whatsoever! They still couldn't figure out what was wrong with my daughter, so again North Suburban was instilling great confidence here! As someone who lives 10 minutes away from North Suburban, I HIGHLY recommend you go anywhere else but here, even if you're dying cause the odds are you will be dead before they get one of their unqualified staff to help the process along.
By: avery.gadbury
Rocky Mountain Youth Clinic
This place is horrible. There front desk manager is a joke!!! She is rude and made it so my child wouldn't be able to be seen. I sat in the doctor off if for overnights an hour and still wouldn't be able to be seen. If you have another choice I suggest going else where.
By: sam.baumann
Rocky Mountain Youth Clinic
My recent Facebook post to Rocky Mountain Youth Clinic:I have called your clinic five times in the last two months to try to get an appointment for my daughter's 12 month visit. The first time she said to call back the first day of the month. The second, I was told to call back two weeks before the date. The next, to call back a few days before. The fourth, told to call back the day of. And today? The day my Medicaid expires for my daughter? I'm told I can only get an appointment two weeks out. Your office is by far the worst organized I've ever had to deal with and my husband has seen three different doctors in the Boulder health region in the last six months. I will NEVER use your clinics again. I waited ten minutes to even speak to a person today to get this answer, that my daughter can't get her immunizations at all now. So thank you. This is the worst experience I have EVER had with a doctor's office.
By: valerieabraham
AfterOurs Urgent Care
I began treatment with Dr. Lindeman following a car accident. I was suffering from neck and shoulder pain and stiffness as a result of the accident. Dr. Lindeman is very knowledgeable, and explained everything she was going to do and did throughout the course of treatment--including why she doesn't do frequent spinal manipulations. Dr. Lindeman was careful to not simply treat the immediate symptoms, but also provide a course for long-term comfort. I would highly recommend Dr. Alexa Von Lindeman and AfterOurs Urgent Care Thornton, CO for anyone suffering from similar issues. Dr. Lindeman's flexible appointment hours met my needs when I changed jobs and job location. Dr. Lindeman also worked well with my auto insurance company to resolve any issues that arose as treatment continued.
By: nicholasdory
AfterOurs Urgent Care
I have been to AfterOurs Urgent Care for myself and my dad for medial issues and every time we come here they are so nice and caring about us. Great Doctors, friendly staff, and quality medical care. This place is wonderful!! Wouldn't go anywhere else as long as I'm in Thornton, CO!!
By: gorams
AfterOurs Urgent Care
Went here for a check up b/c I was not feeling well. I was checked out and they ran some labs. I was told by the doc that I got 2 prescriptions and to only fill one of them if the results came back saying I needed to. The results didn't come for 4 days, so I called and nagged everyone under the sun to give me my results. 4 days solid after seeing the doctor on a Sunday and still not feeling well. I finally got a call back and received a flippant "everything is fine." I threw out the other prescription. The first prescription seemed to do the trick. However, all my symptoms came back. Turns out I should have taken that second prescription, and whomever gave me my results that I had nagged for did not do their job right. I ended up having to pay $250 for the labs, not to mention the copay, and still have to make an appointment with my primary care doctor, get more labs, pay another copay and take 2 medications. HUGE HASSLE, should have just waited until Monday to get in to a doctor. I was just feeling so sick I thought I couldn't wait. When I complained, they took forever to work out a solution, and gave me $100 because "that was what it all had cost them." Yes I know that makes no sense, but that is what I was told. I put that hundo in my bank to pay for a portion of the labs bill, and now I am writing this review. Basically, since it is a different doctor all the time, and different staff, no one knows you and knows what the doctor told you to do. They have ZERO follow up with the lab company, so you basically have to call them to remind them to get your lab results. The doctor was amazing, but she was moonlighting at the clinic on the weekend so not able to follow up with me. You might not even get that doctor unless you are lucky enough to go on the day she is moonlighting. Stick with your primary care office. Waiting one more day hopefully won't kill ya, and if you feel that sick, go to the ER.
Tips & Advices
This depends on the facility. Patients should call to find out if they'll need a referral from their physician prior to making an appointment.
Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
  • Debridement: The removal of dead skin and tissue surrounding the wound. This can be done surgically, using a whirlpool bath, syringes, enzymes that dissolve the tissue, or wet dressings that dry on the wound and absorb the dead tissue.
  • Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
  • Compression stockings: Tight-fitted fabric sheaths that encourage blood flow.
  • Artificial skin: A covering that is applied to the wound for several days as it heals.
  • Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
  • Growth factor therapy: The use of materials naturally produced by the body to encourage quick cell growth.
  • Negative pressure therapy: Creating a vacuum around a wound to encourage faster blood flow to the area.
Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
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.
Most health insurance plans cover wound care. Patients should check with the clinic and their health insurance provider before seeking treatment to be sure.

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