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  • I saw Dr. Robert there. I thought that they were just wonderful. I would absolutely use them again. Dr. Robert went out of his way to help me to look into an issue that he hadn't heard about before. I didn't end up going through with that but I just really appreciated him taking the time to do that.
    - kala t.
  • First off, I would just like to say that I think he is a quack! I waited 45 minutes in the waiting room to see him. After I was taken back to the exam room, it took like another 45 minutes for him to get in there. There didn't appear to be very many people seeing him that day. His bedside manner is definitely lacking. He tells me that he is going to look up my nose with a scope. He then tells me that I have a very deviated septum that will require sinus surgery to correct. He also examines my head and ears and throat and says I have chronic sinus infections. He prescribes the antibiotic Levaquin in the highest dosage available and tells me to take it for 28 days. I asked him if he thought I should get a second opinion especially with him saying I needed surgery. He said it wasn't necessary and that any doctor would say the same thing as him. I left there feeling very bewildered. Later on that afternoon, I went to fill my prescription at Kroger and the pharmacist was blown away that he had prescribed 28 days of the Levaquin at 3 times a day. She said that never happened and that they didn't even have enough to fill the entire prescription at that time. She said the most she had ever seen prescribed was a 14 day course. The usual is 7 days since it is so powerful. That should have been my first red flag. I got home, took the medicine, and had a horrible allergic reaction. When I called Dr. Wallace to ask about it, he finally called me the next day and told me to give it a day and then try it again?! WHAT??!? I'm not putting that poison back into my body. Anyhow, several weeks later, I did get a second and third opinion on the deviated septum, which is not that deviated and certainly not deviated enough for surgery. Also. I had a CT done on my sinuses and it turns out it wasn't even my sinuses that were primarily causing all the problems. I will never go back to Dr. Wallace.
    - Casey J.
  • I went to Dr. House on a referral of my ear, nose and throat specialist for mild, random hearing loss and dizziness. Dr. House knew exactly what it was, but before he could make a diagnosis he wanted to complete testing for a definitive result. The testing was completed in house by his fabulous staff! I think the most impressive part of Dr. House was his pamphlets and booklets about diagnosis are actually written by him and not a generic pamphlet from a nonprofit or medical association. This makes me believe that Dr. House actually knows what he's talking about and I know he is thorough.
    - Chris L.
  • I went to have my hearing loss evaluated, and the doctor I saw was nice, but I began to feel more like he wanted me to come back every other month more than he wanted to get to the bottom of what was happening. Each visit was, "Yep. There's some hearing loss. Let's get you back in here in a few weeks and see how it's going." It turns out that there WAS some stuff that could have been done. I wound up going to another doctor for treatment. I know hearing loss is a fuzzy/frustrating sort of thing to treat, but I felt a little as if the follow up visits were the most important part of the treatment plan. As in, "let's see how much this lady's insurance will pay." I am not unhappy with them, but I wish they had not gotten so upset when the other doctor requested my records. (They called me and I felt like I was in trouble.) I probably went to the office eight or more times before my primary doctor sent me elsewhere.
    - Gretchen C.
  • Jackson ENT can get me in really fast. They nurses are very nice. The doctor is very nice as well.
    - Pamela M.
  • I thought they did a good job.
    - faith t.
  • He has given me good care.  I would use him again in the future.
    - Joseph M.
  • He did my grandson's tonsilectomy, and he has been a great doctor for children and adults.
    - Tressa E.
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