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  • F
    INTERNATIONAL PAINTING INC.
    We set a date to begin work and an agreed upon price. We live in a high rise building and require proof of insurance. Two weeks prior to the start date we texted and emailed and left phone messages with Isaiah Lopez to follow up. It was like pulling teeth. The morning of the start day no paperwork presented until after 5:00 pm. Try again the second day. We get part of the required paperwork. And ���Sorry for the inconvenience.��� Never heard from him again. My husband left him a message stating if we don���t hear from you, you lose the job. This was so unprofessional. I never experienced being ignored by someone that you are doing business with.
    - Michele M.
  • C
    Zehr Center Orthopaedics
    The process was fine, the hip is in good shape, but I have permanent nerve damage in my thigh which causes constant pain, worse when I walk. Dr. Zehr brags about how fast the operation is and how small the incision is that he makes. I wonder if these two factors contributed to my condition. I had my other hip done 3 years prior by another doctor who took longer and made a larger incision, with no problems. Dr. Zehr is great before the operation, but I didn't ever see him after the operation until I complained months later about the pain. Of course they have you sign off before the operation that this problem is possible. Dr. Zehr tells you before the operation that therapy is not necessary, all you need to do is walk and I will have you playing golf in two weeks. His head nurse tells you the exact opposite. Dr. Zehr is a marketing machine and I can't in good conscience suggest other people use him.
    - Alan W.
  • A
    Halsey Chiropractic And Acupuncture
    Dr. Halsey is very conscientious and eager to help. There was some trouble with insurance and the doctor helped with that too. He gave some good advice to take home. All together, it worked like a charm in just a few days.
    - Jay N.
  • D
    Growing Room Child Development Center
    I am editing my review due to a recent incident. My son has been coming home with numerous bug bites for the past week or so. Now, I am well aware that it is Spring, that bugs exist, and that this is not entirely in the school���s control. After a few days of increasing number of bites, and even having to miss school from a high fever which I expect was in reaction to the bites since there were no other symptoms, I expressed my concerns to Miss Jessica at the front office. She suggested that I supply them with bug spray and they���d apply it before playground time. I did this 5/9. They forgot to apply it that day. The following day I reminded them again and was told they���d put a reminder on their iPad. They forgot again. The following day, same story. I spoke to Miss Jessica at drop off this morning and, once again, reminded her that the spray was not being applied. I was told that sometimes she is too busy and that my son, FIVE YEARS OLD, has to remind his teacher to send him to the front office. This is unacceptable. His teacher was asked to remind the front desk, and I left for the day. When I returned to pick him up, he was at the playground. Coincidentally, he was showing Miss Marisol new bug bites. They���d forgotten once again. At this point I���m upset. Jessica and Miss Shana were out to lunch together and so I emailed them. One would think that if the staff is too busy to properly care for their kids, they���d not leave for lunch together and leave only one person to man the front office. Priorities. When Miss Jessica contacted me, I was told that she���d made this suggestion ���to be nice��� but that it is not her responsibility and that I should apply it in the morning, 3 hours before play time, or call them to remind them. She also mentioned that she applies it to other kids in the mornings, but their teachers send them out to the front desk to have it applied. I asked if she could not just add my son to that list of children, but she threw the responsibility back to the teacher. I then spoke to the Director, Miss Shana, and was told the same thing. They are only required, per the handbook, to apply before the afternoon playtime; however my son didn���t receive that either! The teachers are not required to remember and the administration isn���t responsible over it either. No accountability. Miss Shana mentioned that other staff members mentioned the bug problem as well and that if my son���s teacher noticed he was being bitten, that she ���can send him for repellant���. Repellant would be far more effective PRIOR to the bites! I am unhappy with the level of unprofessionalism and lack of responsibility with this situation. I will happily call them every morning prior to play time and advocate for my son, although it���s sad that I have to treat those caring for my son as children.
    - Iddy N.
  • F
    Dr. Brian Wallace
    Engaged Dr. Wallace this summer for my ongoing shoulder pain based on insurance affiliation and mostly positive reviews. My experience was unacceptable in every way. On my first appt. I saw only his PA, no surprise and I expected this, nice, professional young man. He recommended a cortisone shot and performed one. After a couple weeks, with little to no relief I returned. PA recommended an MRI which I accomplished. Third appt. arthroscopic surgery was recommended and I was turned over to surgery coordinator. Now, keep in mind, I HAD YET TO SEE THE DCOTOR!! With some reservation I proceeded. Surgery coordinator apparently coordinates for three doctors and professes to be extremely busy. I had some ancillary issues associated with pre-surgery clearance and needed to speak to her. After multiple phone attempts over multiple days I never got her on the phone even after promises of a return call "in just a few minutes". I did get one return phone call many hours later one day, after close of business, where I was told via voice mail that the best way to communicate with her was via e-mail. The pre-surgery clearance process included a battery of five tests, which my GP as well as two other Orthopedic surgeons now have informed me that since I'm otherwise healthy and fairly young, a number of these five tests are unnecessary. I've also researched the "preoperative medical evaluation of the adult healthy patient" from the medical practitioners online guide, "uptodate.com", where, according to this widely used guidance, the majority of the tests ordered were not only not necessary but not recommended. Maybe if I'd actually been able to see the doctor he could have explained to me why these were all being ordered. I was also informed by the PA that my recovery time would be in the order of eight to twelve weeks, that I should, in all likelihood, be able to play softball during the winter and possibly be able to participate in archery activities. Subsequent consults with other Orthopedic surgeons have revealed a very different picture, a recovery period much, much longer with none of those activities for a minimum of 16 weeks probably longer. If I'd actually been able to see the doctor and he gotten the scope of my hoped for activity level I might have gotten more accurate information. I also found it interesting that when given my surgical facilities options I found, after researching, that my out-of-pocket costs were several orders of magnitude higher than facilities, still accepted by my insurance but outside their recommended list. At any rate I went elsewhere. The new Orthopedic surgeon, whom I actually saw on the first visit, told me that I was not yet a candidate for surgery. He gave me a "directed" two shot cortisone injection and prescribed sports physical therapy along with prescription anti-inflammatory meds. So far so good. I may be putting off the inevitable but then again I may not, either way I won't be back to NOT seeing Dr Wallace and the Joint Replacement Institute.
    - Marc B.
  • A
    Bohn Chiropractic Clinic - Dr Roger Bohn
    I saw Dr. Bohn after hurting my back playing golf.   It wasn't my first time seeing him but my first for this injury. He gave me an adjustment, worked my muscles over and also used a laser and some ice. He is an extremely compassionate and professional Chiropractor and makes sure he does everything possible to get you feeling better. He also recommended the dos and don'ts at home along with stretches so this wouldn't happen again. I highly recommend him !
    - Melissa C.
  • A
    Michael Paralovos
    This is an update. We have continued to visit Dr Mike for maintenance. It is our choice and advised by a therapist/Drr. Dr Mike does not push his services like most chiropractors telling you it is urgent we come for treatmeants for the rest of our lives. He is definitely a cut above the rest. A nice, common sense guy.
    - Patricia B.
  • A
    Hiler Chiropractic & Neurology
    Couldn't have gone better. I had been mis-diagnosed by my previous doctor. After 15 minutes of examination, Dr. Hiler found a compressed nerve between L4 and L5. I did NOT have peripheral neuropathy, and he very successfully treated my condition in just a few weeks, with no pain and no invasive procedures.
    - Charlotte K.
  • A
    C ROBYN BERRY LMT CRR CT CLDT
    Excellent! Colon therapy really helps to reduce the toxins in your system especially if you suffer from GI related issues like IBS. Robyn made the process easy. Her equipment is sanitized well and she is fully licensed and has been doing this for many years.
    - Michele C.
  • A
    Bohn Chiropractic Clinic - Dr Roger Bohn
    The doctor was excellent, after finding the problem he worked on the back, and the result was immediate. He gave me
    exercises for home, to prevent further episodes. I would go to them again.



    - Donald D.
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