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Recent Pain Management Treatment Reviews in Lackawanna

  • A
    Romath Waghmarae MD,MBBS
    Like I said above, I have been seeing him for over 10 yrs and I have to go 1 time a month. He actually seems to care and does his best to keep me out of so much pain . If you truly are in pain, I do think you would be happy with him
    - CHARLES T.
  • A
    Ashraf Henry MD,MBBS
    I've been with him since 2007. He really cares, he will call you back if you call. You can talk to him. He's very very nice, with excellent bedside manner. The staff is as nice as he is.
    - Beth and Chuck G.
  • A
    Santasiero, Dr. Ronald P.
    I'm a guy who is very into service and he provides the whole package. He's a great doctor. If I need specialist, he'll make sure I get the right one.
    - James C.
  • A
    Tracy, Dr. Jerry J.
    They are very professional. They seem to help a lot of people, but they seem to treat everyone really well. Their staff is pleasant and knowledgeable. They are very helpful. When I get in there, they get me to a room very quickly because I have a hard time sitting on my wheelchair for a long time; they are very accommodating.
    - Robert B.
  • A
    Hany Fattouch MD
    Excellent service from Dr. Fattouch. I have been seeing him for years to treat my sciatic pain with steroid epidural injection in surgery at Lockport Memorial Hospital. Always very good results that last for months. Dr. Fattouch has a very skilled and experienced hand at these procedures. I am in and out of the hospital in very reasonable and efficient time frame. I would highly recommend his services to anyone having the appropriate  diagnosis.
    - Arthur N.
  • A
    Mason, Veronica V.
    She has been wonderful!  I was able to speak with her about my concerns about the medicne I was on.  She did a through examination before she perscribed.   She does everything by the book, and always taked into account my feedback for the treatments. She is wonderful to work with, and I highly suggest her to everyone!
    - Patricia F.
  • B
    Tracy, Dr. Jerry J.
    The initial appointment went very well and Dr. Tracy was very thorough. If you have an actual pain problem, he will for sure and definitely treat it.
    - Samuel N.
  • B
    Waghmarae, Dr. Romanth
    Although it takes a while to be seen I am happy with there service and plan to use them in the future.
    - Christine S.
  • C
    Waghmarae, Dr. Romanth
    I will be looking for a doctor that does not want to rip my body apart. Anesthesiologists' in the Buffalo, NY area are now involved in pain management because they can work in surgery and have another practice. All want to do surgery
    - Jill K.
  • F
    Gosy Associates Pain Treatment Center
    I can I saw Christine Moley during my time there besides my first visit. She rarely seemed to ask me questions but when I would discuss my pain she would then apply it to what she's done to help with pain like they were comparable at all. That is very infuriating for someone like myself who is disabled for the rest of my life. She talked throughout most of the visit and I barely got a word in. They seemed to be monitoring my prescriptions prescribed by Dr. Gosy for about a year. My pain started becoming worse at the beginning of 2015. Then a bunch of modifications were made to my medications and they began taking me off of the long term pain medication before they knew what was wrong nor did they request to get information from my other doctors. I explained I was seeing a rehab doctor and that I planned on seeing my surgeon again. Once I saw my surgeon he requested an MRI and they found a large neuroma that had been from the original accident. I needed to have it removed. Before the surgery, I called the office to let them know that it was happening and to see if there was anything I needed to do for it in regards to my medications. October 1 was my surgery and that was also the day that some pain medication and management laws had been changed. I was discharged from the hospital a few days later and was told that my prescriptions could not be approved without my pain management doctors approval. Because of the surgery my sleep was off, so I called Tuesday the next week and asked why my post-operation medications had not been approved on their end because I didn't have any (mind you I was hysterical and in a massive amount of pain post-op). The lady on the phone said she'd figure it out and call me back. The next day a very rude woman called me and asked why I had no medication. I explained that I said I had no post-op medication, but I have my regular medication. She continued to fight with me about semantics for a while. She was rude, inconsiderate, and essentially told me I "must be doubling up on my medications or something" to which I replied that I just had surgery and I'm in a ton of pain and if the worker I talked to yesterday did not understand what I meant in context then she should have asked me to clarify. The next day I sent a long and truthful letter to the office about how I was treated and their employees need empathy training, trauma-informed training and to learn compassion while giving a count of my medication. Then the next I received a call stating they would only fill half of my medications with no valid reason. Then I was told I would need to surrender my medications. I inquired as to why I wasn't told any of this information before my surgery. They did not have an answer. I told them I would need to think about it and try to find someone to drop off my regular medication. Then I call back telling me they'll fill ALL of the medication and I just need to surrender my Percocet and my long term acting med. I can only tell you I was livid by that point. Then I explained that the only person who can drop it off is my boyfriend and that I thought I added him to my HIPAA list of "approved" people to deal with my medical concerns, but I didn't. I received a call back saying because the case is "special" that they would allow it. I thought after this debacle that they'd get it together and not act ridiculous. I was wrong, oh so wrong. I was hit at work and my worker's compensation case has ended financially at the beginning of November. I was told that my regular insurance would "pick it up" after this point. So when I tried explaining that, they have continued to fight with me over a matter of days. The have told me time and again that I'll be committing insurance fraud though they received the paperwork from my lawyer which states that worker's compensation is no longer financially liable for my medical treatment as November 2. I've never dealt with a whole office full of individuals who act like petulant children, but I now can say I have.  Please don't waste your time. Find somewhere else that actually cares and doesn't pretend to know what they're talking about and also double checks with your other doctors about your treatment.
    - Erin H.
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  • Ahealer

    409 Senna Ave
    League City, Texas