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I have been seeing doctors at this clinic since 2003 and cannot rate this clinic highly enough. The doctor I originally saw, Dr. Provider name locked. , is now retired. I am currently seeing Dr. Nagibina and recommend her. I have also been seen by Dr. Provider name locked. . I would be happy with any of the doctors at this facility. The doctors and staff are informed, informative, friendly and helpful. The physical therapist corrected a serious problem I had after right rotator cuff surgery. The surgeon, at a different practice, wanted to perform another, corrective surgery, but the physical therapist healed my shoulder with massage, ultrasound, and exercises and without pain. Again, I cannot rate the doctors in this practice highly enough.
- Arvilla C.
I see him every 3 months for probably 10 years. He's hard to get in to see. I have gone to several other rheumatologists for a number of years and they like had me on all these pills, all these dire things going on and stuff and he took me off everything and started fresh and came up with an entirely new diagnosis which I feel is accurate. I trust him. I think he's looking out for his patients. He's not motivated by money. I'd recommend him because he's probably one the smartest people I know. He's the first one to admit that he doesn't know something and he doesn't mind if he has to refer you to somebody else or something. He'll do it. Some doctor's are going to hold on to you for ever whether they know what to do or not.- Karen S.
No medical paperwork. On initial visit, doctor asked many questions and did the history himself. Spent20 to 25 minutes on a very thorough medical exam. Said he was ordering a few blood tests but he was pretty confident he knew what the patient had. This was confirmed through subsequent tests. Doctor called up with results of blood tests and procedures. the day he received them.
Clearly, an unusually gifted diagnostician. Patient had illness that had eluded dozens of previous doctors and he diagnosed it on the spot. His hands on approach to diagnosing may be responsible; this is rare in today's strong drift to reliance on tests. Every follow up exam involves at least five minutes of physical exam. His manner is kind and gentlemanly and he has taken the time to speak to other providers. Stays very current with the latest developments in his field. Pursues conservative treatment plan, doing everything by the latest standards, combined with a knowledge of the standards insurance companies demand for coverage.
- Norah B.