Dr Smith in Valparaiso, Indiana with Reviews - YP.com
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06/12/2016
By: Jojo G.
Vanama, Raghu C, MD
This doctor was excellent, he asked all kinds of questions to get to the bottom of what i had...since it was an off the wall infection, he asked enough questions to figure it out.....he ordered all kinds of test to figure out what I had.....and pumped me with all kinds of medicines to get me to feel better, it worked...it was a little complicated on what I had and so I won't go into it....anyway, this doctor made me wel!!!! He even pulled up a chair and explained everything to me and lessened to what I had to say......love this guy, plus his staff, Janelle, Lauren, Capris, Carlos, and all the aids I forgot and the Vampires that took my blood, respirator tects, and all others.....Thanks to all of you...Joan DeBoe..(oh by the way, doc it was called tiger balm,)
07/15/2014
By: sean.ary.1
Cha, Daniel T, MD
Be ready for a drug screen if you go here. Was surprised by it. Wife said that they must get a lot of junkies and want to protect themselves. I really felt violated. Seemed like a prison.
12/18/2013
By: Thomas W.
Kostidis Chiropractic Clinic
Great doctor and wonderful staff
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