Best 30 Neurologist in Villa Rica, Georgia with Reviews - YP.com

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04/07/2017
By: Jeremy T.
Neuropsychiatric Clinic
Dr. Warner is really one cool guy. Even if i'm in the worst of spirits he always has a few words that make sense to help me feel better about what i'm dealing with. He has a really good staff now and they don't play around about missing appointments but I understand that a doctor still has to run a business and not have call in pharmacy for medications. I've been able to reach Dr. Warner after hours a couple of times thru his answering service and they patched me thru directly to him and he answered my questions. My family doctor has a voice mail and I have to go to the emergency room if I have any problems after his office is closed!! He's a no nonsense , well dressed, good looking(no homo) sharp guy. I don't think he's rude or arrogant. I think he is just confident and has swag and some people have a problem seeing a brother carry him south that way down here in the south. I'm from New Jersey and I think he's just a really cool guy. He hooked me up and I don't have panic attacks anymore. He doesn't give out Xanax and all that stuff and that probably pisses a lot of folks off. He tried everything and finally gave me a few Xanax after a few visits but buy that time the Lexapro had my panic attacks under control and I was sleeping better. I asked him about Adderall and he told me frankly no and I understand as it is a hot item on the streets and meth is big down here and folks using or getting paid big for each tablet. My focus is better though with the other medication he has me on. All around he's just a stand up, straight up brother and I like him a lot.
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