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  • 1.Hernandez Jr, Raul A, Md - Muskingum Medical Group Ltd

    1246 Ashland Ave Ste 203

    Zanesville,OH

    0.99 mi

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08/08/2015
By: Norma S.
Dr. Michael B Shannon, MD
I just love dr shannon, he has done 2 surgeries on my neck and 1 on my back. I would no trust any other doctor to touch my back
07/15/2013
By: dwince
Dr. Michael B Shannon, MD
Dr. Shannon treated me for a serious head trauma. He was THE BEST!!! He always took time to listen and answer my questions, displayed genuine concern, and always had a positive attitude and approach in helping me move forward with my recovery. I highly recommend him!
09/28/2012
By: forjodi
Wehrum Jr, Paul A, MD
My 35 year old daughter was under the care of Dr. Wehrum for several months. She had hemorraging and a thickened uterus. He never at any time did blood work on her.When she was in ER for abdominal pain. Her hemoglobin was only 8.5. He never did follow up on that. He did do 3 untra sounds. The last time she was at his office she complained of severe abdominal pain. He told her she was fine, to come back in 6 months I took her to ER for the pain. The ER Dr did c-scan and found that she had a large tumor in her pareneal. She also had ascites. After seeing a surg. She had to see a gyn oncology Dr. in Col. Ohio. She has ovarian cancer and they said she will only live maybe a few years. 50/50 chance of that. She has to have chemo and surg. chemo again. I feel if he had done a biopsy at some point or addressed her pain she would have a better prognosis. He has no paper work to fill out to see if you have symptoms of ovarian cancer.
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