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    Diballa, Dr. Susan
    Dr. Diballa is wonderful, very intuitive, extremely experienced and knowledgeable, a healer and a kind and wonderful Chiropractor. She also has a fabulous network and is knowledgeable in nutrition. Dr. Diballa's office is Zen, to say the least, you will feel better just walking in the door.
    - Lola M.
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    TMJ and Sleep Therapy Centre
    I keep calling back but no one takes my calls. Dr. David Shirazi is like a one-trick pony--they don't take you on if you don't bring enough. In a class of a hundred physicians, the hundredth physician gets a license, too, so he has all of his qualifications but that doesn't make him a good doctor. He's with the TMJ and Sleep Therapy Center but tries to take advantage of people. It was so expensive, and now he’s not taking insurance. So $10,000 worth of expenses is out of pocket. He charged $65 for one acupuncture site. He firmly believes in chiropractics and physical therapy, which is good, but if you don’t go through with all of the things he suggests, he does not consider you “compliant”. He just seems to follow the rules his group gives him to pass out, as there are no special needs met, and now I might have to have braces as he didn’t even check the equipment before using it and he has moved my teeth so much. He presents himself as far more qualified than he actually is. Basically he sells the work of other doctors as his own.
    - Guy E P.
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    Snyder Telehealth

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    Dr. Randy Snyder was very nice and a gentleman. He introduced himself, gave his credentials and then asked me many questions about my neck and upper back. He stated that he needed to get as much background about my condition as possible (including asking me questions about his mother and father and if they had had similar neck problems. He also asked me to point and touch (to confirm) tender areas (or the most tender area) in and around my neck which happened to be on the left upper back at the base of and just up a little on that side of the neck. He told me to remember these areas and showed me how to have my wife lightly massage them. After this I put my head and neck through many motions and areas that were particularly stiff he noted (and asked me too to write down). Dr. Snyder also had two outcome measures for pain and function. One he said was for "pain" and one for "function". He used these before developing my self-care plan so that later when we re-do them again I and he would know better how much I will have or have not improved. We might then re-evaluate and do different stretches or exercises and such or even - he said - he might refer me to a different doctor including a medical doctor if needed (though he felt that probably would not be necessary). 

    A little later he contacted me again with a developed a self-care plan on a video which I could play and do each day (with exercises, stretching, postural advice and how to practice maintaining good posture and the need to periodically get up from my desk and move sometimes doing some of the exercises after getting up  - sometimes seated). He says he may even add in "Guided Imagery" to decrease stress or other things and, that there are many things I can do, or learn to do - to significantly decrease my upper back and neck stiffness and pain. Dr. Snyder also thinks it likely that these exercises will significantly decrease the headaches too. I will check in with him and report on progress about 1x per week. And at the end of the first month we will re-do the measurements of pain and function - A "VAS" for pain and a scale for Frequency of pain or stiffness during activities of daily living I believe were the scales I wrote down and Dr. Snyder says he is going to use.

    He was very thorough, seemed to really want to help me and very competent. He had my wife watch to learn how to do a gentle massage to my most tender areas around my neck and I liked that very much. I understand that he is a Doctor of Chiropractic but also a fully trained, professional (and licensed) Massage Therapist too and will use all of what he knows from both professions to help me.

    - James B.
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    Garza Chiropractic
    He has a fair price.  He was in there for a half hour every time- he had a couple of weeks of treatments.   He is extremely nice.  He is very straight forward.  He gave aftercare treatment suggestions.  I would recommend him to any body.
    - John T.
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    Deborah L Nesbit / Westlake Healing Arts
    She's good. She's outstanding. She is a really good therapist. I've been using her for about a year. She's very, very knowledgeable about the body and how it works. Therefore, her therapy is related to whatever she works on. As a consequence, you make improvement. She's not just a massage therapist but you feel like you need to get your shoulders work done. She goes beyond that. She has really studied the body extensively and applies her knowledge to her work.
    - Linda C.
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    Custom Physical Therapy
    I have been to many PT offices and this one is by far the best! I have been going here off and on for years. They have treated my chronic pain as well as miscellaneous injuries. Mike and Dan are both great! They are able to do deep tissue work and actually dig in enough to help me. They explain everything they are going to do and why, always reminding you that the work is for you and that you need to let them know if something hurts or is not helping. It is great to go to a PT office and walk out feeling better than when I went in.
    - Carolyn S.
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    Terry Schroeder
    The treatment for my back was O.K. Dr. Schroeder is also has a coaching job so his availability is limited. I also felt he was rushing every time I went for treatment. The real problem was the weird experiences I had regarding trying to obtain medical records.
    I had been a previous patient of Dr. Schroeder's after an automobile accident. I was putting together all of my medical records when I realized I was missing records from Dr. Schroeder. I called and spoke with Tamara who told me the only records left on me were x-ray records and notes left in a log book. Tamara wrote down the x-ray views and date they were taken. I went into the office and Tamara gave this info. to me on a piece of paper. When I got home I noticed the date was wrong so I called. This time I asked for a copy of the log book so I could have all of the information and it would have the right date. This time I spoke with Janine who also works in the office.I was told I had to speak with Mark because he was the person in charge of x-rays records. At this time I was told by Janine the x-ray equipment used in their office was really old and she laughed at its antiquity. I kept calling until I spoke with Mark who at first denied having any information or records regarding my x-rays. When I told him I had spoken with Tamara and she had told me about my records being in the log book, Mark admitted he had my records. Mark began reading my records over the phone. He has an accent and I had trouble understanding him. I requested a copy of the log page with my information. Mark told me I couldn't have this information as too many years had passed. This didn't make any sense to me. I felt like if they had the information, they should give me a copy. I got into my car and drove to the doctor's office. I asked this time in person for a copy of my records. Mark told me they were nowhere to be found. I also asked about the age of the machine used. I thought it was concerning that another employee had commented on how it old it was. Mark just kept looking away and laughing. His behavior I would describe as bizarre.
    At this point I decided I would speak to Dr. Schroeder himself and hopefully resolve the issue. I told him about Mark and my records were hear one second and then gone the next. At this time Dr. Schroeder told me he had received other complaints about Mark. The doctor told me patients had expressed feelings of being uncomfortable with Mark. Not only does Mark handle personal medical records but this guy also administers electronic stimulation to patients. Dr. Schroeder spoke with Mark and then told me he believed me and apologized for Mark's behavior. Dr. Schroeder told me he would personally check the log book but not for a week as he was busy. When I went back and spoke with the doctor the next week, all of my medical information that had existed in the log book was gone. The doctor again apologized and reiterated patient concerns about Mark. Dr. Schroeder then told me he would check in his storage facility for my records, but he never did.
    During my visits trying to get my records I heard from two other staff members that Mark lies all the time and also commented on his odd behavior.
    I then questioned the doctor as to why he would have someone with questionable behavior in charge of my medical records. I did not receive a response. I should have also questioned why the machine used was so old and why Mark is in charge of electronic stimulation therapy.

    - Kelley F.
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    Ava Evans
    I initially saw Ava to help me resolve lingering anxiety associated with stress. She is warm and caring, and I was immediately comfortable with her. She is very supportive, and over a number of sessions, provided me with some excellent insight into myself. She also provided tools for use outside the sessions, which have been immensely useful for helping me to recognize the triggers and then to control the anxiety. With all the complexity that comprises the human mind, there is no such thing as a quick fix. Like anything else, one must put in the effort in order to get the results desired; Ava is the perfect 'training' partner, she is there every step of the way to help you get where you want to go. I highly recommend Ava.
    - Stephanie Y.
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    Hayashi, Dahms, Durand,Pattee, & Vercillo
    Dr. Pattee was very thorough. After examining me and doing xray, he took lots of time to explain my frozen shoulder issue as well as treatment plan. He was very patient and answered all my questions. I saw him twice and the second time he did ultrasound guided injection to help alleviate pain and help with inflammation. He was very gentle and explained things as he went along. My background is in nursing so I've had experience with a lot of different doctors... Dr. Pattee is excellent! His bedside manner is top notch, very professional, approachable, and honest. I higly recommend him.
    - Lisa D.
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    Seven Oaks Physical Therapy & Fitness Center
    I have a Pilates instructor there that was so excellent. I have gone there for physical therapy which is really outstanding. I like everything about that place. She is just so good. Because it's a physical therapy center, they are knowledgeable about the body and its capabilities. If I have a problem like I do with a knee and a shoulder, she knows how to adjust the tension on the machine. She will give me alternate things to do in a class. They're very good. I would definitely use them in the future.
    - Sandra N.
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