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Dr. Kay A Son has the following 2 specialties
- Internal Medicine
An internist is a physician who focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the adult population—both acute and chronic.
These doctors are often who adults see as their primary physicians because they treat a broad range of illnesses that do not require surgical or specialist interventions. They also work to help a patient maintain optimal health in order to prevent the onset of disease.
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- Pain Medicine
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- Weight Loss (non-surgical)
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First off Southcrest Clinic is not a methadone clinic or like one in any way. It does offer a program to those suffering with addictions to opiates who want to get help privately without going away for a long period of time. The medicine suboxone is used to hehelp with withdraw symptoms and also has an opiate blocker so if you try to mix it with other opiates such as loratab the naloxone in the suboxone will block it. Naloxone is given to those who over dose on heroine because it blocks the opiate receptors in the body. So this is nothing like methadone which addicts mix with heroine to get even higher it is for those who ate serious about recovery. Doctor son also required you to seek other help such as AA or NA meeting along with counciling which is very important to help in the recovery process so you can begin to live without drugs. So it is not a methadone clinic in my opinion it is much more structured and I'm talking mostly about the suboxone and its benefits compared to methadone because it won't get you high like you would want and you can not mix it with other opiates.Dr Son is great to me and listens and I feel knows what she is doing but like many other patients have mentioned her staff or Kristy is the downfall to going to South Credt Clinic which I have gone to for 3 or more years and hear Kristy talk about other patients play on get phone and just act unprofessional in many ways but thankfully she is not diagnosing me or treating me I only get my appointments made through her so the bad out ways the good I don't usually wait too long to be seen and I feel Dr Son is a great doctor she should consider hiring a more professional staff because they are the face of her practice and Kristy can be so off putting and just plane nasty and rude that patients will walk away based on Kristys actions
Dr. Kay Son spent at least twenty minutes with me. She not only discussed my medical history but took the time to ask more questions to help determine the best treatment possible. She inquired about my family/job which helped me feel more comfortable. She helped explain her methods & the reasoning behind them. I have spoken with four doctors over the last year & have been disappointed habitually. For those who may need pain management treatment she is the doctor you are seeking. Her staff if also friendly and accepting. I am so relieved to be in her capable hands.
I have been going to this doctor for 10 years. She is my primary care doctor.kristy is always helpful and returns all my calls in a timely manner. I have seen some patients that appear to be drug seekers and become upset with office staff but I do not agree with the other comments that Dr Son and Kristy is awfull.
This doctor should not have her liscense !!!! She spent maybe ten minutes with me and sent me home with a prescription for suboxone. She is a suboxone pusher !!! I had no information about coming off the med I was on and starting the suboxone. My withdrawls were horrible and when I called for help I was told I should have been in a hospital. Had I known I would have made arrangements to do just that. I have a 7yr old son and have to take care of him. Several days later I called back concerned about my pain and was treated rudely on the phone. I received no help from this doctor and her staff is hateful. She does not care about you as a person and never listened to my health concerns. Don't waste your time or money going to this QUACK !!!!!
I would just like to say I been going to see Dr. Son for a year now, Her Nurse Kristy is awful , she is mean, she will talk about other patients all the time. and she never does her work. You will see her on Facebook and bouncing her checkbook, Dr.Son will also write you a script without even telling you she switched your meds, This Place needs new Staff, The colored girl who works there does not know a thing and walks around clueless. They Treat me awful and I am reporting them, I have had it
Dr. Kay A Son accepts the following insurance providers.
- CIGNA HMO
- CIGNA LocalPlus
- CIGNA Open Access Plus
- CIGNA PPO
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Locations & DirectionsSouthcrest Clinicpc, 3413 Nolensville Pike Ste A, Nashville, TN
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