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Dr. Wendy Warner has the following 1 specialty
- Obstetrics & Gynecology
Dr. Wendy Warner has the following 15 expertise
- Holistic Health
- Therapeutic Touch
- Pelvic Exam
- Birth Control
- Hot Flashes
- Preventive Medicine
- Pap Smear
- Women's Health
- Menstrual Pain
- Child Birth
- Alternative Medicine
Dr. Wendy Warner has 1 board certified specialty
Dr. Wendy Warner is Board Certified in 1 specialty
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I saw Dr. Warner twice (initial consult and follow-up). She seemed knowledgable. However, when I phoned her office because of a reaction to the supplements she had prescribed, I was told to submit my concerns and questions by email. 3 days and 2 phone calls later, I received a short, inadequate reply that had a dismissive tone. I found this mode of interaction and the quality of response completely unsatisfactory. Also, she really pushed her husband's Heart Math method, so I shelled out more $ for a consult which I found useless. And while I found her husband to be very nice, his professional demeanor was seriously lacking (went way over the time, and did too much sharing of his own personal information).
Dr. Warner appears knowledgeable and works hard to brand herself as a true balance between integrative, functional and holistic medical philosophies. In actuality, the diagnoses she offers and the therapies she suggests are a generic, one size fits all model presented in a rather stuck up fashion. She works in conjunction with her husband (no medical background) and other practitioners with limited credibility and consistently prescribes a combination of these services. Most importantly, based on my personal experiences working with her for nearly two years, she is only in it for her own profit. I invested a great deal of time and money working with her to learn about the root causes of my health issues. All of her remedies and recommendations to address the underlying "stress" causing my disease symptoms were ineffective. Furthermore, and perhaps most importantly, she was not there for me at all when I experienced an urgent medical concern many, many months after building a relationship with her. She refused to offer any advice about the issue I was having without a paid appointment or outlandishly expensive phone consult. I recommend proceeding with extreme caution. If you decide to work with Dr. Warner, you will likely walk away with a new perspective but she is unlikely to diagnose you with anything besides "stress," and offer internal services like massage, acupuncture, shamans and a stress reduction strategy called "heart math." Furthermore, she lacks compassion and will not be there for you when you need her.
Dr. Warner is very intelligent and knowledgable in her field and I respect her for this. However, the other equally important trait she lacks is compassion. I went to Dr. Warner seeking treatment after a series of other physicians offered me no alternative to surgery. As the months went by and the condition was not improving under her care, she seemed irritated and annoyed rather than sympathetic and understanding. It was completely disheartening given that she was supposedly "one of the best," expensive, and out of pocket. Beyond her lack of compassion she even went so far as to compare me to her "other patients" and questioned whether I was making up the severity of my symptoms. At a time when I felt she was a last resort, it was devastating. Also, She had 2 women at the front desk; one was absolutely wonderful and pleasant. The other was short, impatient, and rude. Dr. Warner consistently includes her husband's services in her recommended treatment plan and pushes the services of others in her practice repeadetly. I've since moved on and found a caring practitioner who validates and supports me. I am writing this not out of spite, but rather to hopefully spare someone from what I experienced. So word to the wise: proceed with caution.
I have been a patient of Dr. Warner for over 22 years. She genuinely cares for my well being. Dr. Warner believes in finding the cause of symptoms and curing them, not just prescribing medications to mask it. I have complete trust in Dr. Warner and feel very comfortable talking to her about anything. she always listen to me and offer support in whatever way she can. Dr. Warner is an AMAZING Dr. I highly recommend her !!
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