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By: Cordy M.
Family Medical Practitioners
WOW! Who are you people who give such bad reviews of this place? I have been coming here for over 11 years with none of these issues mentioned. All calls that I make are returned, all meds called in (if I've seen my doc recently) and the chairs in the waiting room have never been sticky or trash on the floor. Yes, sometimes they are SO busy you may be put on hold, but no one has EVER been rude to me over the phone. I have many health related issues and am managed very well. You know, if there are a few drops of urine on the seat, that is NOT the nursing or doctor staff with which to deal. They get very busy and the patients are their first priority. So, wipe off the drops yourself, wash your hands and just go. Then wipe off your own drops. This place is the bomb!!! I HATE that I have to move out of state and leave them all!
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An osteopathic physician practices a comprehensive form of medicine that takes a holistic approach to a person's health. Instead of specializing in one system or set of organs, an osteopathic specialist focuses on the health of the total body. This includes evaluating environmental factors that affect a person's well-being.
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