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01/04/2013
By: patientled
Tulsa Pain Consultants
I have gone to Dr. Giles for a couple of years and followed him to Tulsa Pain Consultants from his previous location because he is the first doctor that actually looks at medications and if they conflict with something else. I have had chronic conditions since birth and doctors would just throw whatever at me to get me to shut up for a month until some terrible side affect would come up. He is very professional and courteous and respects his patients time-- have never had to wait more than five minutes. His office staff is top notch, as well. I can't rate the Tulsa office, but the Muskogee office can't be beat.
03/30/2017
By: James R.
Sleep Solutions Tulsa
I was referred to the facility by the VA. My study ended up being a split study. Both experiences were extremely positive. I arrived at 9:30PM on Sunday and was greeted courteously and professionally as one would expect to be greeted. The technician was very knowledgeable and took appropriate time to answer my questions and assisted me in minimizing my anxieties. Throughout the process both nights she was professional, courteous, kind and genuinely concerned about the quality of my experience. I would highly recommend this facility.
01/26/2017
By: Nicole U.
Your Best Life
Dr. Bischoff is an outstanding functional medicine physician. She is extremely knowledgeable and makes time to attend seminars and functions each year that help her to keep on top of the latest treatments and information.She has helped me tremendously in understanding the causes of my Hashimoto's and other related health issues. If you're struggling to get the answers you need from mainstream physicians, give Dr. B. a try. She's excellent, friendly, and knows her stuff.
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11/11/2015
By: Charlene B.
Tulsa Pain Consultants
I have severe spine problems and suffer from severe pain. ..not wanting to get out of bed at times led me on a journey to just about every pain Doctor in Tulsa. The majority of them think that to combat pain you should be medicated to the point of being zoned out all the time. Dr. Martucci has given me my life back and has been able through medication and shots let me have a meaningful life again. I thank him every day I am able to get up and enjoy my family again.
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02/24/2015
By: Shannan F.
Dr. Terence Leonard Carey, MD
Dr. Carey and his staff, in my opinion, give 120% of their selves to help their patient. They have a great professional attitude and treat all of the patients with the utmost respect and dignity. I personally would recommend their office to all that I know that need great care from great people.
04/06/2017
By: Robert W.
Sleep Solutions Tulsa
I had a sleep test there last may and everything was great. A young lady named Sherri took care of me and she was very nice, professional, and informative. She explained everything to me and even discussed sleep apnea with me. It was a nice place with very nice staff!
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09/30/2016
By: Joshua S.
Three C's Medical Clinic Inc Dr Susanne Thompson
Dr Thompson is an amazing Doctor. She is very upfront, helpful, caring, and honest! Her staff is very friendly and make you feel very comfortable.
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05/08/2015
By: sarah o.
Tulsa Pain Consultants
Yes great service love it
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