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Awful. Do not go if possible. Terrible Service
Posted on April 18th, 2015
Awful experience. This MD has a horrible bedside manner...wouldnt even look me in the eye. The only person pleasant in this experience was the lady at the front desk. Do not go here if you can help it. Feels like you are being herded lke a bunch of cows. Awful
Posted on August 12th, 2012
Dr Kujawski is a very compassionate doctor. He treated my ankle sprains, and made appropriate referrals since I required surgical intervention. He DOES take his time with his patients, and takes caution in his diagnosis. A comment reto the person writing the previous post: an MRI of the spine would also show soft tissue as well as the spine. It is never a good idea to self-diagnose or play doctor, judge and jury. When you have gone to medical school, completed residencies, fellowships, and taken licensing exams, then maybe your opinion will count for something. Leave the diagnoses to the doctors who know what they are doing.
Posted on March 31st, 2012
My son has pain in his shoulder that inhibits his ability to work out and play sports because afterwards he's in such pain. After being referred to Dr. Kujawski's office and attending two appointments there, five visis to physical therapy, and multiple other tests he orders an mri of his spine. There is a sizable knot in the muscle and he's ordering am mri of his spine! Geesh... This office, the staff and doctor are in for the $$$ and are incompetent! Do not go here.
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