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    Ljungren, Dr. Warren R.
    He's very upbeat and friendly. He diagnoses things very well. He follows up. He's swamped so he may not be taking new patients.
    - IRINA V.
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    Digestive Specialists Inc
    They have many offices throughout the Dayton area. Everything is convenient. They are close to my home. They called me twice to follow-up.
    - Jeanne B.
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    Drollinger, Dr. Dale W
    Dr. Dale is a great and caring doctor. He helped us plan for the pregnancy with appropriate prenatal vitamins which made this an easy nausea-free experience. He and his staff were always there to assist and guide with all your needs. This is my first baby and he allows patients to text him with questions which helped a lot.
    - Jeffery A.
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    Brammer, Dr. Paul W.
    Well. Dr. Paul Brammer and his staff listened to my concerns and recommend a specialist in the network that could take care of my problem. I was taken for my appointment on time and did not feel rushed.
    - Amy R.
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    South Dayton Urological Assocs
    Kidney stones require a series of xrays to locate the stones and the prescription of painkillers, vicotine, percocet, oxycotin, etc...usally if the stone/s are small enough, the doctor will advise you to drink plenty of liquids and pass them naturally without aid of surgery. I have had enough stones over the years, many I have passed naturally but several (10 or more that I couldnt.) What is important to me is the time that elapses from diagnosis to surgery. Usually if surgery is requried, the doctor will place a stent in through your bladder via the genitalia into the ureter. This is to prevent the stone from trying to move through the ureter and blocking the flow of the urine. This is what causes the pain......and I do mean pain.....it can make you faint. But having a stent in you is not plesent either. It casues the urine to circumvent the stent and can create painful urination. Not nearly as painful as a untreated stone but enough that you know it is present. As decribed above the Doctor will determine which treatment to use either the lithotripsy or ureteoscopy depending on the size and exact location of the stone/s. It may require more than one treatment, which is to say the least problematic as usually it is outpatient surgery and you need someone to transport you to/from the hospital. Unfortunately, I had stones in both right and left kidneys...which neccisitates two procedures, two trips to the hospital and two to/from trips from the hospital. But all was successful in the end. Highly recommend Dr. Scott Cohen of South Dayton Urological Associates.
    - David L.
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    Dayton Gastroenterology Inc
    I have been under the care of Dayton Gastroenterology for about 2 years. I am on medication to control heartburn and a few months ago the medication seemed to stop working. I saw Dr. Usman and his nurse practitioner about once a month until the problem was successfully resolved. They were diligent in searching for a solution. Appointments were easy to schedule and the wait time was minimal.
    - FRANK F.
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    Bonnin, Dr. Arturo J
    He is good. I can now stay outside all day without any allergy problems (after going to the therapy for awhile).
    - Marlita C.
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    Ramig, Dr. David L.
    He was very patient and explained fully all of the treatment options. I received 2 steriod injections which reduced the size of the Fibroma greatly. As an on-going treatment I am using a topical cream that he recommended and it seems to be helping. He and his staff are very friendly. I will continue treatment with him as long as it is needed.
    - PEGGY R.
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    Dixon, Dr. Thomas R
    I go to Dr. Dixon and he is a good doctor. I like that I seldom have to wait for my appointments. They get you right in and are usually able to schedule an appointment relatively fast, even the same day. The staff is always friendly and they are also knowledgeable.
    - Ron E.
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    Orthopaedic Institute of Dayton
    Appointments at the office are usually a bit late and doctor is business like but answers questions. Time to actually see him is just a few minutes. But, having said all that, it didn't bother me. I want a doctor who does a good job. I don't expect us to be buddies. Dr. Nitz was recommended to me and I am very pleased. Even the wait didn't bother me. I was prepared with things to read. Procedure went well. Surgery was quick. Nurses were nice. I followed doctor's orders and I recovered quicker than most (or so said the physical therapist.) It's been almost 3 months now and my knee aches at times but not too bad. I don't take anything for it. Healing will take a bit longer I'm told. Dr. Nitz did a great job. My husband also had Dr. Nitz do his knee surgery 2 months after mine. My husband's knee was not as bad so he was up and walking with no crutch in less than 2 weeks, just as Dr. Nitz predicted. My husband and I both used the cryocuff that they recommended. I think it was worth the purchase price. Sadly, insurance did not cover it. The cryocuff provides compression and is filled with ice water. You do have to change the water every hour or so at first. I highly recommend Dr. Nitz.
    - Debbie H.
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