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September 5th, 2016Unscrupulous!
September 1st, 2016This man is a crook. He would do anything for a buck.
October 27th, 2013Great doctor!! Recommended for everyone!
I was suffering pain from injuries since 2007, to the point that couldn't move due to sitting job and constant stress on neck. My life was going downhill because couldn't enjoy simple things and completely destroyed stomach with pain medications by 2011. After being recommended to see Miron Fayngersh I finally saw the light and with his help I was able to manage the pain to a degree that I started eating better, sleeping and signed up back to gym to stay fit. Thank you, doctor for your patience and 'magic'! The medical office became my second home and everytime that I have free hour or so I try to schedule an appointment for physical therapy. I'm just one of hundreds people that are saved by this great doctor.
May 2nd, 2013insurance mill
This place does not treat or heal sick people. They only overcharge insurance for nonexistent or useless things. Unprofessional, rude, greedy establishment.
November 9th, 2011See another doctor
The staff, except for the young woman with the short hair, is absolutely rude. They consistently make mistakes with appointments and will never admit they are at fault because they know that you will put up with it to get your prescriptions. They do not have any positive communicative skills with patients. They have no concept of privacy and talk openly about your situation in front of other patients. Almost every person that walked into that place was told by the staff, not the doctor, that they will probably need a cortisone shot. The PA, S. Upenice, is a very pleasant and helpful person. Dr. Fayngersh, on the other hand, is very gruff. He doesn't explain what he is doing to you and doesn't listen to what you have to say. Also, he will tell you that you need a shot regardless if you protest against it. (They charge the insurance company anywhere from $600 to $1000 a shot.) Also, if you do not attend physical therapy consistently, they will upbraid you in front of everyone. If you are a glutton for punishment, then this is the place for you.
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