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By: Cindy M.
Shapiro, Steven A, MD
I went in complaining of intense rt shoulder pain and was told I sprained my bicep by the FNP. I insisted on seeing a dr and getting an MRI as I had previously hurt my left shoulder and the pain was very similar. I knew I had torn something. I got the MRI and saw Dr Shapiro and he said I showed a little wear & tear, sent me to PT and that was that. In fact, my MRI shows tears, bursitis and osteoarthritis! The PT that was prescribed was not appropriate, making the shoulder worse. Due to Lack of Proper treatment I Now have permanent damage, am left with movement limitations and chronic pain.
By: Med P.
Medpsych Physicians Of Arizona
Overall very good experience. Have seen Psychiatrist before but for the first time my medications were adjusted properly.
By: Sara F.
Nicoletti, Rosanna R, MD
Simply amazing doctor. Listens takes her time and is extremely helpful. Has helped me tremendously over the past couple of years.
By: Dora M.
Dr. Thili N Kulatilake, MD
If I could give zero stars, I would! I scheduled my first, new patient appointment about 10 days out. I arrived early, filled out my paperwork and waited in the patient room for one hour and the Dr. was still no where in sight. When I asked the front desk staff how much longer I had to wait, I was informed that the Dr. wasn't even in the office and was not answering their calls so they had no clue when she'd arrive, if at all. Total waste of time and beyond thoughtless and selfish behavior! Especially from someone you turn to for help.
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By: Owen J.
Center for Neurosciences
Botox injections in neck when working with you people for quite some time and everytime I see you I experience a little more painlessness
By: Paul Y.
Barone Health Center
Dr. Barone has been working with me for the past few years on chronic pain management related to injuries suffered while in the military. My pain will never fully resolve, but I've always been appreciative of Dr. Barone's approach to pain management which includes a blend of compassion, professional expertise, and understanding of his patient. I would highly recommend a consultation with Dr. Barone if you have chronic pain issues. He will set you on the right path to healing and help you manage your life to nearly full normalcy.
By: Monica P.
Dr. Thili N Kulatilake, MD
My family has gone to Dr. Thili for years, so when I made an appointment to see her I waited two hours and ended up leaving before even being seen, if the doctor is running late a business should call and let it's guests know that such is the case . I hear that seeing her means you have to wait, however there is a difference between waiting because she is running behind and waiting because she just hasn't shown up to the office yet. Two hours is beyond unacceptable, awful customer service, And blatant disrespect anybody else's time. I never write reviews unless they are positive, but I am sadly very very disappointed
By: Eric R.
Allergy Associates Of Tucson
Horrible! Don't Go Here! I'm active duty Army and my wife got a referral from TRICARE to see a Doctor at this place for diagnosis for Celiac Disease. We had to wait 2 months just for the appointment, then once we had the appointment on 18 April 2017 they gave us requests for labs. We got the blood labs done the same day. Before we left their office they told my wife the lab results will be back within 14 days. That was over 30 days ago. We went in person to the place where the labs were conducted and they informed us that Allergy Associates of Tucson received the results before the 14 days were up. My wifes condition is getting worst ie. clumps of hair falling out, and extreme vomiting and more. We called Allergy Associates again and they said they've had the results since 12 May 2017!! WTF They have had her blood results back for an entire week and have not given her a call to tell her about the results. The assistant on the phone said" you're just going to have to wait, the doctors is busy with other patients". This is not acceptable by any means! Save yourself a headache and if you health is important to you, GO SOMEWHERE ELSE!!
By: Liz L.
Nelson A Sandoval MD
Dr. Sandoval is a very caring and compassionate person. I've been to his office twice and had no problems scheduling an appointment. His staff was very helpful and courteous. I would give him a 10 star if I could. He is very knowledgeable and his diagnosis was right on target. Great MD!
By: Brittany M.
Mansfield, Christine W
The wait time was a little long. I was seen 30 minutes after my appointment time. Everything else was great. Friendly and knowledgeable staff and physician. I would definitely recommend.
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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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.
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