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December 27th, 2015
September 4th, 2015Don't give up yet. Try Dr. Garcia!
Dr. Garcia has treatments that you can't find anywhere else. I have had great success with his treatments. I wanted to have someone who understood stem cells and prolotherapy. I am an advocate of preventive non-invasive treatments. You won't find anyone in the area who does the kinds of treatments he does. He is not your typical steroid and refer to surgery doctor. He does talk a lot but he will spend as much time as you need to answer your questions.
July 15th, 2015
June 4th, 2015Worst Doctor DON'T GO TO THIS GUY!!!!
I was sent to this doctor to get an injection. As arrived the FIRST thing they asked me for was my credit card, that should have been my first sign. Then I waited for over 45 minutes then was taken back where u waited almost an hour. His wife is the absolute rudest person and has NO business in this business. She was even rude to the person who brought me. After all that, the injection did absolutely nothing. I went back and seen my spine specialist and do to my extreme pain said I needed to do another injection but in the correct location this time. So I went back to Dr. Garcia who was supposed to do another injection but charged me and did nothing and then acted like a little kid throwing a tantrum when I questioned him! I WOULDN'T SEND MY WORST ENEMIES DOG TO THESE PEOPLE!!! THEY SHOULD NOT BE IN THIS PROFESSION AND ARE CLEARLY JUST IN IT FOR MONEY!!!
March 13th, 2015
February 2nd, 2015Questionable
Staff seem curt, not even saying, "hello, how are you," when you check in and first see the assistant. Dr Garcia had a long conversation with me about the US health system, which is not a problem on its own. But, he never addressed my MRI cd, in fact, even though I'd already had one injection, he didn't even realize I had a cd there in their office. After a long conversation about things other than my spine (again, not a problem by itself) he pronounced I needed an epidural, since I had a disc problem, and walked out of the room. When I went to him the first time, I went with an X-ray that seemed to show pretty clearly it was was disc, not spine, but they insisted on doing an MRI, which I didn't question, but then (apparently before looking at the MRI) a steroid injection procedure - in case it was joint. I am not impressed, or, assured, and will not be returning to him for future procedures.
February 7th, 2013
Excellent bedside manners. State of the art office.
July 13th, 2011What a great guy!
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