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  • A
    Hearing Resources Audiology Center
    There are no words adequate to thank Jay and Louise for how carefully and meticulously they worked me in every conceivable way to give me the gift of being able to fully engage in life again. It is with great, whole-hearted, sincerity I fully recommend Hearing Resources to anyone needing hearings aids looking for the right provider. It's with the same whole-hearted sincerity I try to express my gratitude.
    - Blaine H.
  • D
    ROBERT STREET CLINIC
    Dr. Maness and I dealt almost exclusively with chronic pain left after my injuries healed. At times the chronic pain would escalate to acute, often bad enough I was unable to get out of bed.  These times were unpredictable, which made it impossible in many ways to return to daily life.  Dr. Maness treated the pain with narcotic pain medication, until, without warning, he terminated me as a patient.  I was told by the office business manager he no longer wanted to prescribe narcotics for me. I'd done what he'd asked; had x-rays, CT scans, and an MRI.  I'd also seen a "pain management specialist" (an unbelievably ghastly experience) to whom he'd referred me. I'd done these things even though I had no insurance, had run out of money, couldn't find a job, and was paying medical bills with credit cards, all of which he knew.   Dr. Maness had talked to me about other patients of his for whom he prescribed narcotics and the dificulties those patients were having.  At some point he told me wanted to treat chronic conditions such as diabetes, not pain. Still, I don't recall him telling me he no longer wanted to prescribe narcotics.  He had no alternative plan for me, no ideas or suggestions other than those that would sink me further in debt. 
    Not long after Dr. Maness terminated me as a patient, still unable to find work, I began working with an employment specialist.  This specialist immediately determined that the obstacles keeping me from getting a job were lingering injury-related problems.  I was referred to Oregon Vocational Rehabilitation.  Knowing the extent of my injuries and the difficulties I still struggled with, that I desperately needed an income but couldn't find a job, I can't help but wonder why Dr. Maness didn't refer me to Voc Rehab. 
    How could he not think of that?
    I've also realized a common sense fact so simple, such a no-brainer, I'm embarrassed to admit I didn't think of this before. He and the "specialist" should be embarrassed and ashamed.  I can't imagine they don't know this very basic of basics or why and how they didn't think of this in relation to me.  Somehow they missed this:
    To treat any condition, it must first be diagnosed.
    One way this may be accomplished is by reading radiology reports, then comparing the results to the patient-reported symptoms. In May 2012 I found a physician who understands that statement.  He did diagnose what was causing my pain first (it didn't take much; the answer was in plain view all along), then started treating it successfully  without narcotics.  In fact, since May 25, other than oral surgery, I've lived without pain.  This physician did his job. 
    I trusted Dr. Maness completely; he hurt me deeply,  I believed he was doing everything possible to help me return to a functional life.  With no help finding a new medical professional, I felt deserted.  Later I learned he'd not been 100% honest with me and that he'd broken a promise.  I felt betrayed.  I became so frustrated, very angry. The parting of ways was not pleasant.
    Because of my trust, blind faith, and how bad the situation became, I wouldn't be surprised to learn that I've been flagged as a narcotics seeker and abuser.  That's a damaging thing, and a heavy burden to bear because I trusted Dr. Maness to do his job.  He didn't.

    - Blaine H.
  • C
    Kazmierowski, Dr. John A.
    He was rated very highly on Angie's List. I wasn't satisfied with his work. I'm not going to see him again. He was very knowledgeable but his bedside demeanor didn't seem very engaged with me as a patient. I had questions and it was kind of like a least of his time to answer. I had difficulty after each set of injections and had really bad reactions every time. I just didn't feel comfortable going back. It just wasn't a good experience overall for me. Communication was really bad.
    - Allison R.
  • D
    Columbia View Family Health Center
    when i firsted called them to get a referral they gave me some phone numbers and told me to call myself. most of the number no longer do the test that i needed done. I called back and told them that i needed them to set up the referral and fax them the letter i got from the FAA. I had to call 6 or 7 times for them to set up the referral. it time i called they would say let me check and i will call you back. I never recieved a call back from them. I WILL BE CHANGING TO ANOTHER DOCTORS OFFICE.
    - Robert M.
  • A
    Columbia View Family Health Center
    I see a doctor named Dr. Daisy Dhillon there. I had breast cancer and she saved my life. I was very busy working and kept postponing my mammogram. She called me while I was at home one day and told me that if I don't come over for the next appointment, she would personally come down to take me. The cancer was very tiny and couldn't be seen on the mammogram but she basically saved my life. She has not only been a great physician but also been personable in her care and concern for my overall health. Her price is very reasonable.
    - Debra S.
  • A
    Kaiser Permanente
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    - Joey S.
  • A
    Kaiser Permanente
    unknown
    - Joey S.
  • A
    Mount Hood Women's Health
    Went well.
    - GRETCHEN T.
  • A
    Gresham Podiatry Center
    unknown
    - Fran and Marilyn K.
  • A
    Anderson, John C., M.D.
    He tries to put off doing surgery as long as he can on somebody. He is not somebody who just goes in and wants to cut immediately. He is young and he is a nice guy. His staff is really nice too.
    - Beth K.
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