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Have you seen Dr. Councill Rudolph?
August 8th, 2016h. pylori
I contracted a bacteria (helicobacter pylori) in Vietnam in 1969. It caused peptic ulcer disease; bleeding ulcers; severe cramping. The relationship between this bacteria and peptic ulcers was not established until the 1990's. I was given an appointment with an Army surgeon, Dr. Rudolph in 1995. He performed an endoscopic procedure and identified the bacteria; prescribed an antibiotic and acid reducing drug (Prilosec) I had been in severe pain for ten years. Within 48 hours I was pain free. Unfortunately the ulcers continued to bleed. Dr. Rudolph performed an antrectomy. Since the surgery I have been without pain or bleeding. I believe that Dr. Rudolph saved my life.
October 10th, 2015Bad operations gone wrong
My husband had a motorcycle accident, our Dr was on vacation, so husband called his office and he told us to come in well that day we was admitted in New Manchester hospital 4 days of strong antibiotics, and he decided it was best to do operating on husband to cut out the infection, was released days later with a follow up appointment and a nurse to come to home to do the packing of the leg. We could see the bone in his leg, also husband has type two diabetic, so we went for follow up appointment two days later and he would not see my husband any more, discharge him, have never seen a Dr do operating on. Anyone and never do a follow up, thanks to Dr lu wound care in winchster tn who did follow up and got it heal up in six month. With totally different package it, tho now husband still have problems with it and sometimes it bust open, I hope no one ever experienced what we did
July 31st, 2015Waiting all day.
December 17th, 2013great
He is a good doctor. He can't just give out pills without a medical reason, and proof that that person is in pain. Yes there is however prescription abuse, a bad one, but he's not the reason. He's a Doctor that deserves the same respect as the other phycians around here. He cannot go home with his patients and monitor how they take their medication. The overdose that happened was not his fault. There is a BIG problem here with the drug stores not filling for patients in need of their medication. It's not right and I don't know how it's legal.
July 15th, 2013It appears that he is not such a wonderful physician, after all
A friend of mine had an appointment to see him this morning. She said that he was seen running to his car and leaving in a very rapid fashion this morning. She also went on to say that approx. 20 minutes after he left, the DEA showed up looking for him. It sounds to me like if anyone has any dealings with him, they may want to look into finding another physician, and soon.
March 3rd, 2013Not right
This doctor is all about helping patients get pills. Whether he needs them or not. Even his employees are getting them. I thing this is a crime and a sin!
December 1st, 2011
April 18th, 2011
Wonderfully caring Dr. Always attentive to our needs and willing to take the time to explain things with you. A Dr. that doesn't worry about if you have money or insurance, he just wants to help a person feel better. We are blessed to have someone such as him caring for us.
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