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  • I've already given the details...Look at my last reveiw of this business. In so many words, they referred me to, The Infamous
    Advanced Pain Center...Where they ONLY treat migraines with BOTOX!. They DO NOT treat with narchotics! They DO NOT refill narchotics!
    BOTOX to me is TOXIC (botulium which is a purified form of Botulism-YEAH, RIGHT!) !!!  I will not put that toxic stuff in my body, when I see some who have had their faces messed up with the serum. Are you kidding me? So...Advanced Pain Center has given me no choice, whatsoever, because of the many people who abused and are abusing narchotics, and ruined it for people who do not abuse them. The state of Montana has made a rule now, narchotics are only given out, very limited by surgeons who have operated on persons, for immediate pain and for limited amount of time. My husband was one of them; He had knee surgery. They gave him two weeks of narchotics and then stopped them, even though his knee was still in so much pain in thereapy and thereafter.
    But I have found another Family Physicains group that helps people (the only one in the state), from out-of-state (we came from Colorado), who refill narchotic.
    I don't want to be on narchotics forever, I want the surgery that Plastic surgeons do for the type of headach that's call Occipital Headaches, to cut the nerve that comes from the back of the neck, up the head, to above the right eye. That's mostly the headache that causes a lot of my constant migraine to go up to which I need the narchotics for.

    - Shelli T.
  • My appointment was at 3:30pm. Dealing with Mt Neurobehavorial Specialists, was like a whirl-wind; I was given paperwork that could have been done previously at home and brought it back in for them. The paperwork was 7-8 pages, some of what was back and front. They told me that the doctor was about thirty minutes behind and that, in my mind was great, I could fill out the paperwork. I was able to write my first name and I was called back for vitals. The nurse then said, and quot;Someone will bring you to your room, I'll get her nowand quot;. I asked if I was going to be able to fill out the paperwork and she assured me I would have plenty of time and left the room. Not 10 seconds later, a person came into the room and lead me to a exam room. She asked me why I was here and I told her, and quot;I was just here to be referred to a pain center for my narcotics. She then began taking a history of why I take them. Then she said, and quot;The Dr. has a student P.A. who's going to come in and do an assessment on you then the Dr. will come in after her. I asked when the time was that I had to fill out this paperwork, she also said, and quot;Oh, you'll have plenty of time to fill that outand quot;. I asked her if she could delay asking the Student coming in about 15 minutes or so? She shook her head and said she couldn't do this. The door opened not 5 seconds later and the Student P.A. was in, introduced herself and began the same questions all over again, then wanted me to get on the exam table and did a full neuological exam. Afterwards, I said when am I going to be able to fill out my paperwork (it was 5:00pm at this time). The P.A. student said, the same thing as everyone else; I was getting tire of the same ole' canned response. She walked out and then immediatly came back in with the Doctor. I then went through all the same questions again; this is the forth time now. Then I was told to get back on the exam table again; and the same exam the P.A. did prior was done again,with a couple different ones added in. The two that were added in, the Dr. did herself. She then gave her assessment and another medication that she wanted to add to my list of migraine meds I already take. She asked if I wanted to take down the headache fast with the same medication she was giving me, but a dose inter- vaniously at the hospital; a boost to maybe help give it a kick. I said I would and she set it up. Long story short I got to the exit window, and the receptionist was talking very fast giving me the paperwork to meds I was going to take, hospital prescription that was not the medication I was supposed to take but a medication that prior, I was violently sick on before and a bunch of other paperwork that they needed me to fill out besides the paperwork I already had. WOAH!!! I said, and quot;STOP!and quot; I told them to slow down and wait for your patient to acknowlege you before you go on! I also told them that, and quot; The hospital med was wrong; I would not take that med because of previos allergic reactionsand quot;. The oral med she's giving me needs to go to CVS Caremark and to be a 90 day subscription. And I told them you got to be kidding me that this is when I have plenty of time to fill out this paperwork; after my appointment. Can I take this home and get it back to you? It was 5:30pm at that time. They said no, you have to fill it out here; you have plenty of time (there's that phase again), we'll be here waiting. I sat down, being so upset, I just lost it. After composing myself, I began filling out the paperwork and misjudged how long it would take; I was there another 55 minutes. I didn't leave until a little over 6:30pm, but not before giving them a little of my opinion of their practices. I told them I was warned about this place on ANGIE's LIST, but I wanted to give you guys the benefit of the doubt. I realize I made a mistake and trust in the experiences that person had now. You guys need to shape up. This is it for me, I've had enough of you guys, you're rude, pushy and not accomidating at all. I don't know how many times I asked, 'When was I going to be able to fill out the paperwork', and each time every canned answer from each of you was, 'Oh, you'll have plenty of time'. My suggestion is, Mail the paperwork out and ask it bill filled out before hand and brought to their appointment or give them a self addressed stamped envelope to mail. I finally left at 6:45pm. Again, if you plan to have time to waste, then DO go to this place for neurological help. I would say the Dr. herself was not a real special standout, but it was 5:30pm, proably a very long day for her too. I'll give her that for her somewhat snappy attitude.
    - Shelli T.
  • When I first met with Leslie, I was in a pretty distraught emotional state. I remember that I cried multiple times and felt hopeless about our situation. My husband and I had gone through counseling before and hadn't accomplished much, so I truly felt that she wouldn't be able to help. Leslie has a very calm demeanor, is a great listener, and is a great communicator. Our first few meetings with her were difficult as she was forcing us to open up and discover the real reasons behind our problems. As we continued to meet with her, we have both discovered somewhat of a breakthrough by focusing on what really matters - our marriage. Through having us practice listening to our spouse and repeating back what we are hearing, she has managed to make our issue seem not as scary or as troublesome to talk about openly with each other- even outside of her office. I can now say that I have come a long way since the initial meeting with her. Leslie is an excellent counselor and I would highly recommend her to those going through a difficult time in their lives. Since the counseling, we have a much more open marriage and are able to discuss things on a deeper level. We will continue to see her as needed.
    - Heather K.
  • I started seeing Leslie after my daughter was born and I was diagnosed with PPD. I have a hard time with that kind of diagnosis and don't like to be thought of as 'suffering from depression.' Leslie can relate to that and has been working with me to see that I'm a good person stuck in a hard situation that can be dealt with more positively. I've appreciated the support over the past few months and have found meeting with her to help keep my life more manageable. I feel like things are improving for me. She has a calm nature and is a great listener (as I hope all therapists are!) and provides great insights and advice without making me feel like I'm crazy or have insurmountable problems.
    - Samantha H.
  • Very formal, not friendly, questions weren't sensible in relation to the reason I was there
    - Christi T.
  • She's competent and patient.
    - Brenda K.
  • She has a very calming approach and she is very focus on problem solving. Overall, she is an excellent physician.
    - Samantha H.
  • It always goes well with Jennifer. Another thing I like is that Dr. Reid only sees established patients in the early morning, whereas Jennifer is available in afternoons as well.
    - Jan F.
  • Story above. During appointment I felt rushed and not listened to.
    - Tamara D.
  • Well. First saw her several years ago when looking for someone for my daughter. She has treated both of my daughters and myself off and on for about 8 yrs.
    - Sherrie W.
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