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By: pfrubble-erika
I have a bad back and painful neck. I have seen many doctors hoping to get some pain relief. Yes, they helped for a while but eventually the pain came back and they could do no more. Instead, they gave me pain pills and wished me good luck.Well, I did have good luck! I found Healthsource Chiropractic Services. The staff is just plain great. The moment you walk in the door you find a cheerful and concerned person who wants what is best for you. The doctor is great and spends time with you in an effort to understand your problem and how to best treat it. No pills here just good old fashioned medicine with a goal to not just take care of the pain but treat the underlying cause. Very professional and understanding.Thank you Healthsource for all of your help and for being there for me.David
By: Jen P.
Family Chiropractic Center of Wellington
Dr. Jason Kaplan is an upbeat charismatic professional who is well - skilled at performing spinal manipulations. Dr. Stephanie Kaplan is a kind and knowledgeable professional who will take the time to address all of your questions and concerns - extremely competent. The office staff - if this review were for you - you would get 10 stars! Best office staff EVER!!!So, why 2 stars? Honesty. Dr. Jason Kaplan, for all his pomp and circumstance, falls short in this area. I was told one thing on the phone and another in the office. Dr. Jason Kaplan kept trying to refer to it as a "misunderstanding".No misunderstanding. A lie is a lie is a lie. As much trust I had in Dr. Jason Kaplan is now as much distrust I have in him. I feel very let down because I truly did respect him as a doctor until he flat out lied to me. There is no question in my mind that I was lied to. The context was always professional and I never expected anything special of this office. I was shocked when I was offered one price/arrangement on spinal decompression over the phone and then another in person. Also, why sign a financial agreement for 20 sessions? What if I feel better after 5? Dr. Jason Kaplan has engaged in some very unethical practices here in my opinion. Might be wise to get a second opinion if you are a patient here. Chiropractic costs can be very expensive, so make sure that you are really getting what you need for a fair price.
By: Sally A.
I have heard raving reviews of Dr. Graham but certainly did not have the same experience. I often would be kept waiting in the exam room for easily an hour, no exaggeration! Do not schedule the last appointment of the day or you will be waiting that long. The first appointments of the day seem to be the quickest. I feel I was educated on natural childbirth & knew what I was looking for in a birth experience. However, Dr Graham was apparently not the right doctor for me. After I declined routine interventions, I was asked by Dr Graham, "Why did you choose me to be your doctor?" In addition she said to me, "You tore just like you wanted to" after I told her I did not want an episiotomy. There were many other expressions of poor bedside manner. I would never go back to this doctor and could never make a recommendation for anyone to see her. I am shocked that she has a busy practice and positive reviews.
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By: Robert K.
Masudi, Suhail A, MD
Great doctor. I find his bedside manner outstanding. Highly recommended to other patients
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By: Jacqueline M.
Simon, Todd MD
Dr.Simon,is quick efficient, knowledgeable, and professional.I was sick for with bouts from Chrones/Colitis off and on for 5years. His nursing staff is AWESOME. Dr.Simon, did not make me feel like I was inferior to him, he asked me what did I know then educated me on what I did not know. Dr. Simon, is astute. I have recovered quicker than I ever have. I don't except blood and Dr.Simon,did not look at this with disdane.
By: Galen W.
Sundaram MD Vs DR
The worst ENT I have ever been to. Staff was very nice but the Doctor refused to help resolve the sinus issues I was having. Performed Unauthorized procedure and then billed. I am not sure if he is breaking the law by doing so but is certainly morally corrupt.
By: rebeccathompson
Nancy J Lobby D O
I don't believe there is a better urologist in all of Florida you have to the be the best. Thank you for all that you do!
By: evemoss
Bayer Andrea I Md
My visit today was absolutely wonderful and left me feeling good about myself again. The solutions you have found to bring peace and health back to my life are simply amazing. I never knew how much my gynecologist meant to me until I needed your help.
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By: mrspiggy549
Christopher DO Divine PA
If you do not open your mouth, Dr. Devine will love you...He feels that he is all-knowing...I HATE that in a person. Hey, I've known ME a lot longer than anyone else!
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