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By: Biao Y.
Dr. Candace Folley Zubricky, MD
Terrible experience.On April 8, 2016, I saw Candance F Zubricky, M.D. in Suite 2000 due to swelling in legs and feet. She prescribed me Furosemide without knowing the cause and told me it will clear the swelling in 5 days, but it did not. On April 10, she emailed me as following:Candace Zubricky To xxxxxxxxusa@yahoo.com Apr 10 at 9:14 AM Xxxx-Your labs sow that you have developed an underactive thyroid. This can certainly cause you to swell. The rest of your test showed that you have a normal blood count without anemia, and that your kidney functions were normal. Please schedule an appt with me this week so we can discuss the best way to treat this new thyroid condition. Call my office a t 440-331-3321 –Candace ZubrickyI had to saw her again on April 14. With my urine protein 3+ and bacteria, she prescribed me Levothyroxine instead of Prednisone and SMZ/TMZ. She told me again that it will clear the swelling, but it never happen.Her malpractice kept me suffering 2 more months. During this 2 months, she asked me to have a lot of unrelated unnecessary tests. I had to find another doctor.
By: Brittany S.
Styron Brandie MD
Very knowledgeable, kind and efficient doctor. Also love that I never have to wait long once in the office!
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By: Penny T.
Styron Brandie MD
I have seen Dr. Styron several times for different issues and she is always professional and provides me with utmost respect. She is very thorough and provides great care. I would highly recommend Dr. Styron to anyone. She is a genuine, caring physician.
By: A B.
Styron Brandie MD
My visit with Brandie Stryon was very disappointing. I left the appointment in disbelief as to the way I was treated and the lack of physician care I was given.
By: Megan P.
Styron Brandie MD
Dr.Styron is amazing! She takes her time with you and listens to your concerns! I have had melanoma and anytime I think a mole looks bad she takes her time to look at it and removes it to ease my mind! I would recommend her to everyone!
By: S F.
Styron Brandie MD
Saw Dr. Brandie Styron today for an issues on my face. She did not come within 5 ft. of me and did not use any overhead lighting. She said she could not see what I was talking about and said what ever it was could be due to sucking on a popsicle or ice cube....What type of answer is that? I continued to ask her what could cause the condition and within 5 minutes she dismissed me and suggested I see someone else. Is that how a professional dermatologist treats patients? I would never recommend anyone see her.
By: Kathleen R.
Dr. Candace Folley Zubricky, MD
Dr. Zubricky has been our family doctor for over 15 years. She is not only helpful and generous with her time, she has been incredibly prompt in responding to requests for information. I actually look forward to my yearly physical to check in, review my health, and to get labs done. So far, so good! Highly recommended.
By: Doyle G.
Galetari Sayed Medical Center Inc
A great physician and excellent bed-side manners. Knowledgeable and through in his care and treatment of clients. Highly recommended.
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