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  • B
    They have lots of doctors there. They do a good job. They're just really busy sometimes. They typically can get you in the same day. But again, they're popular, which is a good thing. We had one hiccup with billing and administration. They flipped our insurance with someone else's and we had to redo it again.
    - Jessica P.
  • A
    Dr. Komro was able to provide immediate relief in my back, neck and shoulders in addition to advising a nutritional plan to detox excess estrogren, which was causing my PMS cramps and acne. The anxiety, we found out, was partially linked to a food intolerance to gluten. After a month of seeing Dr. Komro regularly, I am sleeping better, my acne has diminished, and my estrogen levels are down! He is very knowledgable about chiropractic care and has the upmost respect for his patients. I learn something new everything I visit his office, and always walk away feeling better than I came! You can tell he genuinely cares about your wellbeing as a patient. 
    - Nicole L.
  • A
    We go to Ridgeview Chanhassen Clinic. I was there Tuesday of last week, the 18th of March. It is primary family medicine. The doctor that I see, I like her a lot. She talks to you on your level. She is very personable and very knowledgeable. I feel comfortable with her. The office environment, the equipment and the facility that I use, everything is fine. The staff and their responsiveness is good. I have nothing against them at all. It is a place to go if you are looking for someone, there is different doctors and things there, I have never seen all of them. I usually try and go to see this one because that's who I have kind of connected with. This one doctor is hard to get in with her, she is in the office only part time. It is hard to get in with her. It is hard to get in with her because she is popular and she is only part time. I like her a lot. You just have to plan. The punctuality depends. I really never had much problems. They handle it well with my insurance. I never had any problems. I don't go that often. I would use this provider again in the future.
    - Lee Ann W.
  • A
    They are overall good. We can get into an appointment pretty fast and get our problems resolved. If they can't handle it, they refer us to a specialist. I'm overall just really pleased with the service that they give.
    - Deborah V.
  • A
    Have had a great experience from the start. Our son started when he was an infant. The staff was very loving and caring with him. Really felt like an extension of our home. There was never a doubt in my mind about him receiving the best care possible. He progressed so nicely through the different levels at the school. He's in kindergarten at Step By Step now and is doing great. He can read very well, can do addition, subtraction and is working on multiplication and division. He knows world geography and came home the other day speaking in Spanish. My wife and I almost fell over. But most importantly he attitude towards schools is great, he never wants to miss a day, his love for learning is carrying forward into many other things in his life and he is so polite and listens. This is truly an amazing program.
    - Jared A.
  • A
    The diagnosis was made quickly after a MRI. His staff gave me plenty of information regarding preparing for the surgery and the after care. Dr. McCarty made him self available for any questions and on the surgery day took his time explaining what would take place. After surgery while I was in recovery he took his time explaining to my wife what happened in surgery and the little surprise he found that he took the time to fix instead of me come back for another surgery. For anyone that is active in sports or has an active lifestyle, he is va very good surgeon to go to. He is active in sports himself and he understands how athletes think and train.
    - Daniel S.
  • A
    Our experience with the school has been wonderful! This place is worth every penny. I go to work every day without a worry if my child is in a safe, fun, place.
    In the 2 years our child has been at JMS we have watched her become a confident leader in her classroom. She loves doing her and quot;workand quot; in math, reading, music and geography. She talks about helping her younger friends with this work as they're ready. She practices daily life skills, clearing the table after she's done with a snack, cleaning her dishes, folding rags, and pushing the chair in after she is done.... When we looked at Montessori I was worried about the opportunities to learn good social skills. I don't worry about that anymore! She is constantly telling about how she gets along with other kids in the class, or doesn't, and how staff helps manage that. Our child's teacher talks about and quot;social gracesand quot; in the classroom, teaching kids to politely ask for attention from a teacher, or another student, how to treat one another and their classroom with respect. Of course they're still preschoolers, but it's amazing how calm the classroom can be.
    Every staff member in our child's classroom is a gem. They are well educated, professional, and truly experts at what they do. They have a lot of experience too. We haven't seen staff and quot;turn overand quot; like we saw in our previous day care. There are two Spanish speaking teachers at the school and their language and culture (as well as others') is often incorporated in the day-to-day experience. You can tell that staff there truly enjoy children and care about each child in the school. The director is an expert on Montessori curriculum. She understands child development and explains how and why your child is learning and acting the way they do.
    This year, JMS moved to a new location in Chaska and is planning an addition to that site. We're been really impressed with the and quot;temporaryand quot; space and can't wait to see the addition once it's complete.
    Montessori is not day care. This is an education that we believe will lay a foundation for our children's entire school career and JMS is the real thing. It is a non-profit organization -- not a company looking to make a buck -- that exists solely for the good of kids.


    - Rachel N.
  • A
    Dr. Olson and his staff are exceptionally friendly and thorough. As someone who recently moved to Eden Prairie, I was in search of a new doctor who was knowledgable of my current meds and past medical conditions. A search of Blue Cross providers and HealthGrades led me to Dr. Olson. I couldn't be happier. Not only is he an internist, he also has specialized in nephrology (kidney disease), and as a former kidney disease patient, that was important to me. Dr. Olson was on time, friendly, very thorough, and followed up. After a battery of lab tests, I received a complete printout of the test results. While that, in itself is not so unusual, the fact that Dr. Olson wrote personalized comments on the lab results printout is unusual and indicated to me that he, unlike some doctors, actually took the time to review my results. In all, I am very happy with the service I have received from Dr. Olson and, at this early juncture, recommend him highly. He also practices at the Ridgeview clinic in Chanhassen at the corner of Hwy 5 and Powers (for those who may not wish to drive "all the way" to Chaska.
    - Sid R.
  • A
    They have been around forever. It is a family practice. The doctors there are fine. They are quick and timely. I do not have to wait for more than 15 minutes to see somebody. My primary physician is fine. She is nice.       The office staff is fine, but it is sometimes difficult to get prescriptions. Their support staff is sometimes very flaky. They take my insurance. So, I will continue to go there in the future. 
    - Elycia A.
  • C
    Overall, the tour and visit went fine. We learned about the Montessori philosophy and were able to observe a few classrooms in action. One thing we found disturbing was how loud the facility was - most likely due to it being 9AM in the morning with children being dropped off. Nonetheless, it wasn't as calm as we expected a Montessori school to be. We also observed a small child wander out of one of the classrooms. We brought it to the attention of the Director, and she took the child back into the room (no teacher saw the child wander off, which we thought was a bit alarming). The Director left us alone to observe on our own, and my wife immediately turned to me and said, "I don't like it!" I agreed. We waited for a while for the Director to return, but we found her in her office instead. We parted ways and that was the end of our visit. Our neighbors seemed to like this school, but we were not impressed with it.
    - BRETT S.
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