10 Patient Reviews
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I wish patients would leave initials so one could fairly respond.If a patient is unhappy with their treatment ,it is only expected they would seek another doctor's expertise. One doesn't have to give their impression of what is "wrong" with their doctor. One wouldn't like the doctor to respond to why the patient has become more difficult to treat.I hope you are doing better because I guess ,at one time, you were a very good patient.i also hope that,in the future, you would contact you doctor directly so he or she would know how unhappy you are with their treatment .
Please let people know specifics. What was the dangerously high dosage of medicine prescribed? Also it's important to list all drugs prescribed and used.Opiates marijuana and cocaine are also drugs and so is alcohol.Whoever you are I hope you're feeling better and find a psychiatrist who can help you.
it is a shame that people can write anonymously about a physician. It is unfair to patients waiting for their appointment because someone is going to be 20 minutes late for a 30 minute appointment. Also this person says that he or she had to wait as long as I needed . He or she also said that he or she was only in my office one time. I know I was prompt for the only session that happened. It is amazing that this person wanted a second appointment after such a terrible experience after the first visit.Please give accurate truthful facts before trying to ruin a person's reputation.
would like to know what medications were prescribed. would also like to know about the lack of availability in crisis.often clinical depression can precede the development of a manic episode. if this was such a classic case with "hallmarks" of the illness,why a new doctor and TWO second opinions?
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