1.Deshmukh, Sanjay V, MD
225 S Chinowth St
Physicians & SurgeonsPhysicians & Surgeons, Surgery-General
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Dr Redd was the finest and kindest compassionate doc I've ever had the pleasure of having care for my then 10 yr Old son with cerebral palsy .. from what I understand Dr read works all up and down the state of California because he did surgery on my son from Porterville in Downey California at a children's hospital and I just happened to be a brand new nurse at the time and he was gracious enough to see that my mother and I were exhausted allowed me to bring my son home after the first night ...I was exhausted !!! He knew that too so because of that ? And the two or so hour drive ?? He ,out of his own pocket. had his private pilot fly my son and I in the comfort of his private jet to Porterville so we could come home sooner... I thought it was the most compassionate thing that I've ever seen and I was a RN for thirty plus years in every aspect of nursing and never ran into a doctor anything like or even similar in anyway like Dr. Redd ... He's an amazing doctor hands down ... I would trust no other to my children OR EVEN GRANDCHILDREN and anyone who knows me?? Knows how SERIOUSLY protective I am over my grandchildren lol FIVE STARS DR REDD !! I would give you more if it were possible
Dr Voong is an a**hole. He doesn't give a sh*t about his patients. I sat in his office crying because of how bad my back was hurting. He came in the room told me to continue taking the medication I'm allergic to (seriously he did) and come back in February. When I asked him for a different kind of pain medicine....tramadol is what he gave me last time. Anyways when I asked him to please give me anything besides tramadol he said, "nope nope nope" and started walking for the door. When I asked him if he was going to come help me take care of my 8 month old and 2 year old then he said, "I'M NOT DOING THIS WITH YOU" then walked out and slammed the door. If you have options choose anyone other than him. He has a God complex and thinks he's better than all of his patients. I truly hate this dr. It was so bad today I filed a medical grievance with the medical board today. I'm not the kind of person to do something like that. But it was seriously horrible fu*k this guy, man
After seeing this doctor several times, I realized, although he may not seem to have a great bedside manner at times, it is because he is paying very close attention to what I am saying, taking it all in. He doesn't miss anything. Ultimately, he is an excellent doctor because of it. He is not dismissive at all the way some doctors are the way they pat you on the back seeming to have a great bedside manner, but not really listening to you at all. I'd rather have Dr. Stillwater, who pays attention and knows what he's doing, than all the other so-so doctors with all their smiles and so-so knowledge put together.
Very through. I have been to at least 10 Neuro by the time I got here I was told I one neuro disorder that I had been taking major drugs for 18 years. He sent me to UCLA and did numerous test and I don't have that disorder. He found other things wrong. One was very simple, but mimics major neuro issues, I don't process B12. When it gets too low I can't walk, etc. The office rules are simple call and confirm that you got there reminder call. get there 15 min early. Well worth it for the EXCELLENT MD
BEST MD IN TOWN SAVED MY LIFE!!! when I was fired by my regular MD she took care of me until I could find a GP. She did a number of surgeries on me to correct damage from a hyserectomy. She has great attitude, great sense of humor. I needed that with being in the hospital can be pretty depressing and she is ray of sunshine on a gloomy day. Compassionate and talanted I can barely see the scars from my multiple surgeries. She is worth seeing.
Dr Al in my experience with neurologist is the best. Staff very friendly, and caring. He takes time with you to answer any ? or concerns that you have. He actually cares unlike so many others. I would recommend his office to anyone. Eric Broyles
Rebecca Zulim is the most professional and kind surgeon I have ever met. She performed a Mastectomy in May 2016 and I had no complications. I recommend this surgeon to friends and family. Five stars all the way!
Dr. Stillwater is an excellent doctor who truly cares about his patients. I had the deviated septum surgery and he took really good care of me. The surgery went well and I am very pleased with his care.
The doctors and nurses I have experienced are friendly and professional and, especially with my elderly mother-in-law, very patient. Having a lab and imaging in the same building has been super convenient.
Dr. Voong is highly aware of the needs of his patients. He understands it is often about maintenance. VERY understanding & acutely in tune with the patient's needs. Dr. Voong ROCKS!
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- Dressing: Wrapping the wound in a protective film, gauze, gel, or foam.
- Compression stockings: Tight-fitted fabric sheaths that encourage blood flow.
- Artificial skin: A covering that is applied to the wound for several days as it heals.
- Ultrasound: The use of sound waves to promote healing.
- Growth factor therapy: The use of materials naturally produced by the body to encourage quick cell growth.
- Negative pressure therapy: Creating a vacuum around a wound to encourage faster blood flow to the area.