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By: Kristi M.
Michael P. Haggerty, MD, FACOG
Staff excellent go above and beyond for you, they actually care about you and your health and always get back to you!!! Dr. Haggerty is excellent takes time with you, very calming doesn’t scare you answers all questions. He looks into your family history and takes your health care to the next level he also looks at what you have had and follows through with testing above what other doctors never did called me at home himself to explain a procedure he wanted to do was precautionary and didn’t want me to worry or get the information wrong by being told by anyone else He is excellent thank you Dr. Haggerty for making my health care number one and my mind at ease
By: Pam S.
Stanich Michael P DO
Overall, superior! Minimal waiting room time. You can get X-rays there if needed. Nicest gentleman of a dr ever! Great staff, always smiling and comforting.
By: S M.
Progressive Women's Care Inc
Second pregnancy and went in for first appointment with midwife Rachel Seimen. She walked in with a student that "lead the appointment". She asked if we had any questions and that was it. She never touched me. She then had me go get blood work, urine sample, and wait for an ultrasound. After waiting for an hour for the ultrasound we asked how much longer and they said they technically "squeezed you in" for the ultrasound so we were getting bumped anytime someone came in. We left and went to get the prescription Rachel was calling in. She never called it in. Had to call the office twice and go in once to get her to call the prescription in. Two weeks after having my blood work drawn I had a message that some of my levels were off and they were calling in another prescription. The prescription was never called in, After coming back for the ultrasound, waiting for a very long time, and not being able to see the screen during the ultrasound we decided to go back to our doctor from first birth who was amazing (only switched to experience birthing center). Called to have blood work faxed to our new doctor and they said they would not without me coming in and signing a release. I went in and signed the release and they said it would take 30 days to send it. I asked if I could get a copy and they said that would also take 30 days. One week later I had a message from them saying there would be a fee of $27.40 to send my records to my new doctor (I am fine with paying a fee but wondered how they came up with this odd number). I called in to pay the fee, was on hold for 26 minutes, and the girl said I had to come in and sign the waiver. I told her I had already signed the waiver and I was told I had to pay a fee and she said I will check with them and call you back and hung up without giving me time to respond. They never called back. Tried to get on my online chart and they locked me out of it. I am to the point where I am willing to pay the new doctor out of pocket to redo blood work just so I know I am done with this practice.
By: L M.
Richard P Pearlstein MD
I suffered from sinus infections every two weeks for 2 years. I went to doctors who would only give me a quick fix of antibiotics and then it would come back. I did not have the regular sinus infection symptoms, only headache nausea (vomiting in the morning because of all the music draining). I finally decided to go to an ENT and went to Dr. Pearlstein. He found that th sinus located in the middle of my head (sphenoid sinus) was clogged. He suggested surgery. I had he surgery he went in there (through my nose) and fixed it. The recovery was absolutely painless (felt like I had a stuffy nose for a few days). I have not had a sinus infection or headache since and the surgery was 2 years ago. If it weren't for him I would be miserable and I couldn't thank him enough. He is personable and a great Doctor that I highly recommend.
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By: Heather D.
Curo Clinic
I cannot say anything bad about Dr. Kohli, but the staff at this clinic is awful! It took five MONTHS to get an mri scheduled AFTER my insurance approved it. Not to mention they lied to me and my physical therapist about getting the approval in the first place. I informed them I had moved and had a phobia of closed mris. I was told they would schedule me in an open one closer to my home. Never happened. They scheduled me for a closed mri at the hospital closest to them, I agreed to it and told them I would just take a medicine to calm me down and have someone drive me home. They cancelled. An hour before I needed to be there. After I had taken medicine and the person driving me had taken off work. It has been nothing but a headache ever since I started with Dr. Kohli. I truly want to go to another surgeon just because of how ridiculous his staff is but I don't want to start over.
By: amandaknightyanvari
Tomasic, Kelly J, MD
I have only seen her once so far but she sat down and took her time getting to know me a little. She did not seem hurried as some doctors do. I really appreciated her care and concern. I will after seeing her have her attend to my older two children as well. It was very nice to have someone actually treat you as a person and not a number!
By: Cassandra S.
Nalluri Anil C MD Inc
5 stars The Dr was very good and nice. And I will continue to come back.
By: katmojo123
Richard P Pearlstein MD
Today 7/15/2013 I went to see Doctor Pearlstein because of reoccurring asthma attacks and a sinus infection that I've had for several months that was unresponsive to antibiotics.. I also told him I had a fever and swollen lymph nodes in my neck, throat and behind my ears.. I told him at night I would cough and cough bringing up a lot of mucus.. I said I didn't know what would kill me first the asthma attacks or is this the onset of possibly meningitis as it was getting much worse.. I told him I was new to this area and had to get all new doctors.. So I brought him my records also showing I had a spinal Laminectomy consisting of spinal fusion with a bone graft and that my lower back was held together with titanium steel rods, nuts, bolts and screws just in case I ended up in the hospital from my asthma or the infection and I felt he should be aware that all this was in me. So I showed him my X-ray pictures showing all this in my lower spine. Dr. Pearlstein put a scope through my nose and down my throat and said it was full of mucus.. Then he left the room for a few minutes as he left he was complaining about his own back pain.. Five minutes later he returned and I said well what do you think is now causing this neck pain and swollen lymph nodes in my neck and behind my ears? He said "oh that's because of your cervical surgery you had".. I said what cervical surgery?? I never had any neck surgery, I gave you the pictures of my back surgery and a copy of the surgeons notes... So I asked again what do you think is wrong? He said "I think its all in you head", I said what the sinus infection? He said "No, your mind"... I said excuse me...You just said I had a throat full of mucus and you ordered a CT scan of my sinus and throat and you say this to me!!.. I took the papers for the CT scan but I never told this Doctor I am a nurse from Pennsylvania who worked for over 25 years so I could evaluate him on my own terms, and as I stated he is the worst doctor I ever went to.. I will get the test done and then go to another ENT for treatment.. PS: I would not give him any stars but you have to inorder to submit this rating..
By: im_a_happy_camper
Stanich Michael P DO
Dr. Stanich & Staff, In my opinion, are very polite & helpful. Dr. listen's to you and doesn't make you feel "rushed" or a bother. I had carpel tunnel surgery abt. 10 years ago, can hardly see the scar & it hasn't bothered me since!Dr. has also done, orthroscopic surgery on my knee twice. First time, the procedure worked for many year's, with no more more pain! Second time, relieved much pain but, hasn't lasted as long because, my joint is so damaged. I would recommend Dr. Stanich to anyone. THANKS
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By: gabbygoo84
Nanette Vandevender DO
Dr Vandevender has ONE of the best offices around. The staff is polite and friendly and the doctor herself is always very welcoming. I am impressed that she doesn't seem out for money. She, herself, will call you with test results instead of you coming in again! Very good office, I would recommend her to anyone.
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Aside from hyperbaric oxygen treatment, most wound care centers offer:
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  • 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.
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Depending on where the treatment is administered, hyperbaric oxygen treatment  can cost $100- $1,000. After insurance is applied, patients may have a copay of $10 -$50 or a coinsurance fee of 10 percent to 50 percent.
Most wounds should heal within two to six weeks. An individual should seek chronic wound treatment if a wound has not begun to heal after two weeks or is not completely healed after six.
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