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  • During my initial appointment with Dr. Provider name locked. , he gave me a packet explaining migraines and possible triggers.  He gave me a prescription for Maxalt-MLT for the migraines.  At the end of the appointment, Dr. Provider name locked. scheduled me for 3 scans of my brain, head, and neck.
    The next week, the nurse called me to read me the report for the first 3 scans.  I didn’t understand what any of it meant since she was reading the report verbatim and wasn’t helpful in explaining what it all meant.  I was very concerned after that call since I didn’t know if anything on the report was serious or not.  I called back and left a message to try to see if I could talk to Dr. Provider name locked. .  The office called me back later and said that the nurse scheduled a 4th scan along with blood tests, and said she would also sit down with me to go over the initial report again.  Right after I did the 4th scan and blood tests, my girlfriend and I met with the nurse.  She, again, simply read the initial report to us.  We asked some questions, but we got the sense that she was annoyed with our questions.  Also, her responses to the questions were a little vague, leading us to believe that she may have not known the answers.  We only asked her things like what did certain things in the report mean, if certain things in there were common or were serious issues, etc.  She finally told me that if I had any more questions I should “Google it.” We then left, just as confused and worried as before.  After a few days of finding nothing relatable on Google, I called them back to make an appointment with Dr. Provider name locked. so he himself could explain things.  The office told me that they could only make an appointment with the nurse again.  I insisted that I wanted to see Dr. Provider name locked. , told them that the nurse was not helpful, and that I was very concerned.  They again told me that they couldn’t make an appointment with the doctor and I could only see the same nurse.  It seems that a patient can only see Dr. Provider name locked. once during the initial visit, and then never again.  I do not recommend Provider name locked. or Dr. Provider name locked. .
    - Behzad S.
  • She is associated with the Dallas Psychiatrist Associates.  I am not really happy with her.  I have a feeling that she mainly wants my money.  She does not write a full prescription for me.  When I asked her to write me a full prescription for a year so that I do not run out of medication she said she does not do that.   When I asked her why they did not she said that was so that I would come back for my appointments.  She spent a lot of time with me only during my first visit.  The last three times I visited her she was with me for only ten minutes.   I would not recommend her.    One day I had to wait for around thirty minutes to see her.  Her effectiveness of treatment was good as I did not have to try four to five different drugs.  I would not recommend her.    I would use her again in the future until I find another alternative.
    - Daisy K.
  • I visited Dr. Provider name locked. b/c I wanted an evaluation for ADD. She listened closely to what I had to say and was very personable. She interviewed me according to the criteria of the Provider name locked. Amen Add Scale, which from what I've researched is an accurate diagnostic tool and effectively describes the patterns and behaviors of someone with ADD. She suggested some treatment options and suggested certain medications, counseling, and coaching. One thing I appreciated is that she didn't try to push her services on me (she doesn't prescribe meds). A few days after I met with her, she emailed me a written report of our meeting, which included her diagnosis, so I could take it to my physician.Also, I understand Amen is sometimes seen as controversial, and Dr. Provider name locked. did not push me to follow his treatment plan.One minor problem I encountered when I initially called her office, was that her staff  could not adequately explain to me what type of evaluations the office does for ADD. I assumed they would have be able to answer multiple choice, written answers, or interview, but none of the women who answered the phones could tell me
    - Lisa C.
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