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  • Found low heart rate, contacted heart doctor and set up appointment, reviewed drugs that could be causing the problem. Strayed on phone till heart doctor office responded and set up appointment that afternoon.
    - Mike C.
  • Made an appointment with Dr Steven Morrison, MD for an annual physical and to establish a local provider of family practice medicine following our recent relocation from Houston area.  I found Southlake Family Medicine to be an excellent practice.  They were very prompt, collected my medical history, and Dr Morrison performed my annual physical and followed up promptly with the reports.  The practice utilizes considerable electronic / computer record keeping which is a plus.  All in all, my experience was excellent and I would highly recommend this practice for those near Southlake.
    - Tim H.
  • I have been a patient at Southlake Family Medicine since 2006, and they run an excellent operation. My Dr. Hiyas Fonte is a very thorough and compassionate person who I highly recommend. I have seen other Dr's too when she was on vacation, and had excellent care. You can trust your health to these people.
    - MARK K.
  • There are some warnings that should be known upfront if you are selecting this practice: 1. You cannot drop off medical records in advance of a child's first appointment. They are "paperless" and "can't handle" it. Personally I would think a doctor would want to see records BEFORE they see your child for the first time. 2. You CANNOT have access to the late night hours until your child has been "established". That means a physical which your insurance company will pay for only 1 per 12 months (and that is 12 months from the date of the last physical). So basically we have to wait 9 months to actually get my youngest "established" and we, a family with two working parents, a chance to utilize the later sick visit hours. How is that practical? If I hadn't already been here 3 times for sick visits I wouldn't have bothered.
    Since we aren't  "established" my kids had to see a nurse practicioner. She was lovely. However, my son was initially diagnosed with a staph infection and they took a swab to test for MRSA. He came back positive a few days later for MRSA and strep throat. We had a message on the machine (which is fine but really who is at home these days - I also provided my cell, they couldn't have called that?). And when I tried to get the NP to call me back her assistant did and just read from the notes. I couldn't get a doctor or NP to call me. We went ahead and followed the treatment (additional antibiotic cream for my son and prophalactically for my two daughters). Isn't MRSA supposed to be serious?
    Again, I'd probably switch but at this point I feel like I'm committed as 2 kids and 1 adult have already been for sick visits.
    - Kristin J.
  • Dr. Moser and her staff are very friendly and kind.  Most of her day-to-day appointments are managed through her NP/PAs and she does the more significant appointments (like a 20week ultrasound, colposcopies, etc).  Because she has some mid-levels, it is always easy to get an appointment and be seen for any concern at all.  The staff is responsive and easy to work with.
    Regarding L&D, Dr. Moser takes call for her own patients and then alternates weekends with an on-call OB. She delivered my first child and we both had a good experience.  For my second, I had the on-call Dr.  Although I was a little concerned about not knowing my OB upon delivering my child, I also had an excellent experience.  I often forget that Dr. Moser didn't deliver my second child because she was with me throughout my pregnancy.
    I highly recommend Dr. Moser and her whole office.  If you want to ONLY see an OB for all of your appointments, you may prefer a practice without NPs/PAs, but I am happy with her office and will continue to stay with her.
    - Melissa B.
  • The microdiscectomy surgery was done early in the morning around 7:15am, and I was out of surgery by 8:30am and was sent home by 9:45am. Dr. Rothbart reported that the procedure went as planned. My back felt better immediately except I had problems with nausea from the anesthesia which had me vomiting all day. My wife finally called the PA for Dr. Rothbart, and got a prescription for a suppository to stop the problem. I followed up with Dr. Rothbart once, then his PA a few times, then I was placed in the care of the Spine Team physical therapy group. They had me feeling really good 60 days after the surgery, and I was released from their care with home exercises and stretching to do daily. It has been 1-1/2 years since the surgery, and as long as I limit my lifting to 50lbs max. using proper technique I have had no problems. I golf, and bowl using a 16lb ball without any pain. It sure beats how I felt before the procedure.
    - MARK K.
  • Dr. Bartolomei was excellent in his diagnosis, recommendation, surgery and post-surgery treatment. He recommended that I get a second opinion, which I did. I had an excellent outcome from the surgery. My wife also had surgery with Dr. Bartolomei and was pleased with Dr. Bartolomei and the results. Dr. Bartolomei's medical and administrative staff were also professional and courteous.
    - Scott M.
  • It's a good place, I have gone to them for 15 years. I am happy with them. They stay up with the latest technology. They are careful with their patients. There are no long wait times and they are organized. The doctors themselves are knowledgable and so is the staff. If you call they will get back to you and you will be able to get in for an emergency. The office is clean and organized.
    - David C.
  • For the less severe problems, Dr. Rothbart referred us to physical therapy or to try steroid injections (also departments at STT). His approach is very conservative and he performs surgeries only as a last resort. For severe problems, he performed surgeries on both of us.
    In my case, I had 2 lumbar laminectomies over 2 years (L4/L5 and then L5/S1). My husband had laminectomies in the early 80's from another doctor and when technology wasn't so advanced. After 20 years, he started to have problems there. His whole spine started to have troubles. Dr. Rothbart fused multiple levels in his low back (ALIF 360) and more recently fused his entire neck.
    Our opinion is that Dr. Rothbart and all of his staff are the 'cream of the crop'. We felt we received the best care possible and wouldn't consider going anywhere else if we are to have more problems in the future.
    Do we live pain free? No. But, we can live fairly normal, active lives now...lives that include walking/hiking/golfing (all within moderation, of course). After having pain so bad that we couldn't move from discs shattered in our spinal cords, I think we are quite fortunate.
    We both HIGLY recommend STT (Dr. Rothbart and his staff), the physical therapy centre (Justin and his staff), the ambulatory center for injections, and even Harris Methodist hospital (great facility and great staff). They are all world class!
    - Sheri & Don W.
  • Overall, an absolutely great experience with Spine Team Texas. Wonderful people and I'm pain-free!! If I have another procedure requiring any type of work on my back, I would not consider anywhere else to have it done.
    - RICHARD M.
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