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Recent Pain Management Treatment Reviews in Hot Springs National Park

  • A
    United Pain Care
    you sign in and have a seat in the waiting room.  Then you are called by the nurse to get your vital signs and drug screen if needed, next you go to a smaller waiting area by the drs office.  then the drs nurse calls you in and the dr talks to you, checks you out sets you up for your procedure is applicable.  Dr explains what he does and you have time to ask any questions you want to  then you make your next appt if needed then you can go to the pharmacy
    - Tina G.
  • A
    Mahmood Ahmad MD,MBBS,BS
    I have seen several pain management doctors however I usually only see their nurses. With Dr. Ahmad I see him and his nurse. He is there to help me and answer any questions. I needed a specific pain management regiment which is a morphine pain pump. The treatment has been wonderful. I found Dr. Ahmad through Angie's List.
    - Tina G.
  • A
    Mocek Spine
    I was happy with their care from the dr and most nurses but the office people leave alot to be desired.  I was referred to them by my pain dr who moved out of state and everything was fine they checked my pump and found out it was not working right so it was replaced.  They got me into a surgeon right away both times my pump had problems to get replaced.  They are not afraid to treat your pain and they listen to you when you tell them what is going on.  They have a hardship program for those that are on disability and soc security etc once you have been there 6 months to help with the cost of the copays for those in need.  The nurse that handles the pain pumps is wonderful.
    - Tina G.
  • A
    Jacob Abraham MD
    He is very kind and understanding. He listens to my concerns and works to help me. His office staff is very nice. They are all professional and caring. The moment you walk in, you are put at ease.
    - Betty N.
  • A
    Gingerich, Sheldon
    He has been really good as far as managing my medications and shots, and dealing with other doctors I have had for surgeries. He's very personable and really cares that you are suffering. The staff is very good at handling the appointments and tests that need performed. They are all friendly, nice people.
    - Jane D.
  • B
    Donald Boos MD
    He tried three different treatments leading to a nerve block, which he performed and it stopped the pain to my great relief.  I had been to physical therapy and used pain meds,  I have spinal stenosis from arthritis.  I am pleased with his service, the only criticism I have is that he runs terribly behind schedule, be prepared to wait.. I am going back for a similar problem on the other side of my back.  Upon making the appointment he studied my chart and has already proposed a treatment. We will see.
    - Jay W.
  • D
    Donald Boos MD
    With the begining of treatment things went pretty good, as time went on they became less concerned about what I was telling them and more concerned with any infractiions they might develop with the DEA. The worst part of the experience over 7 years was the last few months when Dr. Boos decided he didn't want to see me again and "fired" me, he wouldn't talk to me in person, or give me a reason in person...I wasn't rude or didn't interrupt their office enviorment, I just wanted to have a visit with Dr. Boos in person since I had been a patience of his for 7 years and he just offed me thru his office staff....he left me with no choice than to seek another doctor at the drop of a hat, and wouldn't meet with me to explain his position...after 7 years of treatment I felt like this was a rude way of telling me "medicare" didn't pay him enough to see me, of course I'll never really know his position as he refused to meet with me and had his staff basicly tell me to leave they weren't going to see me again. I made a doctors appointment and saw another pain management doctor within less than 2 weeks, so I don't really think it was any fault of mine.
    - Charles G.
  • F
    Jacob Abraham MD
    On my first visit I waited two hours past my appointment time before I got to see a nurse. A nurse mind you, not the doctor. I then was passed on to another nurse for an interview. When I expressed my displeasure to the nurse (Sharon) she was less than professional in her response and told me it was business as usual at that practice Her response or lack of one made the visit uncomfortable. I'd say it was three hours past my appointment time before I actually saw the doctor. The doctor diagnosed me quickly and told me about a procedure that needed to be done. The turn around time for every appointment I made was thirty days. This office prescribes narcotics and a full waiting room of patients waiting to get in. I asked for my second appointment  to be early to try not to have the ridiculous wait time I'd had on my first visit. As scheduled, I was taken to the back at 8:15AM. I was placed on a table and prepped for the procedure by two very nice nurses. I was told we were just waiting for the doctor. Around 8:30AM the doctor called and said he would not be in until 9:30AM. I left the patient room and requested another appointment, which was made for another thirty plus days away. Meanwhile I have been dealing with the pain that I presented. I emailed the doctor via his website and requested an appointment in a timely manner. No response. I emailed again. No response. Clearly Dr Abraham runs an unprofessional office, but I'd also say that he clearly doesn't care about taking care of his patients or even communicating to them on a professional manner. I would stay away. There are plenty other pain management practices you can go to.
    - Belinda M.
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  • Ahealer

    409 Senna Ave
    League City, Texas