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  • C
    HEALTHSOUTH Rehabilitation of Texarkana
    Some of the nurses decided that they did not have to follow the doctors orders when giving me my pain medication and that is not the case it is not their decision to make. It is their job to give out the medication and report problems back to the doctors. This place also allows their staff to run amuck as well as we had my husbands bag of medications sitting out in sight containing C2 and other controlled drugs like hydrocodone and those were not touched by any of the staff but even though we took great measures to hide my husbands wallet in his rolled up overalls deep pockets they went through all the trouble to go through them when we both happened to be out of the room to steal the last $255 we had to our name to last us the rest of the month to buy our medications, groceries and pay to see our doctors with. They first told us they had videos to look at to be able to see who had messed with out stuff then after putting us off for nearly a week it was finally told to us the film only showed the hallways and I told them the workers were in and out of my room like a revolving door as my husband could attest to as he did not go with me to therapy very often he stayed in the room and slept since they woke me up before 4 a.m. in the morning to start getting ready for the days sessions to start up then fed us at the most early times breakfast was there at like 7 am then lunch at 11 am then dinner by 4 pm. They finally threw it up in my face that I signed a form about valuables and not being responsible well those were not on ME they were on a different person and those papers clearly say valuables of mine and since that money was in my husbands wallet I would say it was my husbands money and not mine but they are just being ugly about the whole thing. This is all after my husband fell when trying to sit in one of their recliners because one of their employees failed to lock it in place and he hit flat on his rear on a concrete floor so all I can say is buyer beware and trust absolutely nothing with this place and your loved ones. In all I would give this experience a big fat F after all was said and done. It is no fun doing without groceries from the 10th of July until the 3rd of August and having to beg a doctors office to see us and let us pay our copays later when we do have the money. We pay our bills but there is a bad one in every bunch. Buyer beware of this agency!
    - Melissa W.
  • B
    HEALTHSOUTH Rehabilitation of Texarkana
    .For the better or worse of it, I was there as her caregiver. I am her only daughter and sole caregiver. She was there from April 29th through May 16th, for physical rehab, to become stronger and to become able to move around and physically interact with her environ more comfortably and in a more able way. The purpose of the facility being physical rehab, for the most part, in regards to medicare, means that said patient needs to go along with the physical exercise and treatment regimen. In the case of a high needs patient, more patience is required of the team and of the individuals working with my mother. The therapists (physical and occupational) were excellent at dealing with her and comprehending what she was (and is) going through, and in their regard for what Medicare expects in terms of treatment, they worked and made adjustments as best possible to the situation. The transport therapist was extremely adept as well, in dealing with my mom. The nurses, in general, were caring.....some especially so....but a few nurses, it seemed, had their own agenda and job responsiblities in mind, in regards to their dealings with my mom. I realize that nurses undergo a lot of stress and are expected to be saints while doing so.....my sister is a RN. And--dealing with my mom did and does demand patience of a person, Period.
    There were issues with some of the material goods placed in the room itself. The showerhead on the wall, when we first entered into the facility? It was worn, and the head itself would not stay upright on its on. That problem made assisting with my mother's shower more difficult than it already was--literally having three hands would've been helpful.......one to hold the showerhead, one to help my mother with her balance and the other to bathe her. The shower chair in her room? The legs needed to be inspected---they were definitely stable....no issue with that....however if anyone had ever bothered to adjust them (as I did for my mom, who is only 5ft in height), they would have immediately noticed the corrosion ongoing. Also---one should realize that the legs on the chairs can retain water, then perhaps that can be taken into account when prepping equipment. With a total of up to 4 patients, plus additional people in the form of caregivers and visitors using the shared bathroom and shower......a way of deodorizing and sanitizing should have been an issue, rather than the use of the spray itself being considered a liability and therefore difficult to obtain,,,,,) (I am a certified ec-4 teacher,,,,I realize that scented spray aerosols can have an adverse physical effect on some people). The tv that was to serve as the patient's tv? The extending arm made horrendous noise when moved in certain directions (apparently, the noise was symptomatic to the age and condition of the mechanical arm on which the the tv was displayed from).....such a great noise that the hard of hearing patient in the other bed noted the noise, inquiring as to what it was. *Please see further commentary re tv and arm. Again, I realize liabilty and patient safety to be of the utmost importance......but patient comfort was indeed taken into consideration---the showerhead and sliding rail which ensconced the device holding the shower head was promptly replaced...as was the television arm, and even the tv itself. Those two things, as trivial as they might seem, made a big difference.....we didn't...I didn't have to fight the showerhead to assist my mom with her showers during the remainder of her stay and the replacement of the tv arm meant that she could view the tv no matter which side of the room she faced. I realize too, how fortunate we were that I could sleep in the accompanying bed at the beginning of her stay. I do wish, however, that the employee responsible for assigning patients to their rooms, could've seen fit to take into consideration my mother's mental state and capabilities, The thing is---the fact that two separate individual patients are female, old, and and quot;high needand quot; does not mean those three things in and of themselves will make for a compatible situation. And the employee responsible for the situation created by move should've taken note of that. It is horrible to have to be taken out into a hallway by a doctor, to be informed of a parent's condition, and to have the caregiver of the other patient realize what is being told to you. That information should be none of their business.
    I realize that it was a wonderful thing to able to be there with my mother. Given her condition and special circumstances....my being there was a necessity to a certain extent. And knew my place, and knew to stay out of the way when the nurses were taking care of their duties. I would think a caregiver is a mixed blessing at a rehab facility---they save the nurses time in some respects, and also act too, on behalf of the patient. Eventually, even though another high needs patient accompanied by her granddaughter/caregiver was moved in and spent approx. 5 nights in the room.....confusion or no confusion on my mom's part......that couldn't/didn't matter per se. I do UNDERSTAND too, that subjecting my mother to such was a good way of seeing how she could/would handle such goings on, but still the circumstances were not and quot;unstressfuland quot;. It's been literally 4 months, and looking back in retrospect allows for hindsight......and I know that each and very patient comes to the rehab with much on their plate, per se.....and that no one, absolutely no one is perfect....in the fact that each and every person, including the patient is in that facility to give it their all is what is important.
    - Loma J.
  • C
    Young, Dr. Joseph A.
    Dr. Young spent a lot of time with me on the initial visit. However, it seemed like it went on unusually long. He wanted to try acupuncture in addition to chiropractic services, even though that wasn't why I went in to the office originally. My main complaint is that the doctor handles the billing as well as the medical portion of the visit. For me this resulted in great confusion and in problems with my insurance. I'm not sure if he was having a staffing issue or whether he is just trying to keep costs down by processing this himself, but it seemed strange that I had to deal with him for all my billing questions when I had to follow up and straighten out the billing issues. 
    - Jathan F.
  • C
    Knight Jr, Dr. Norris C.
    The office was empty when I got there and there was one lady at the desk she was very nice. Her attitude was one of friendliness and she was very cheerful. My first appointment May 21 2012. Dr Knight comes in and I explain that I have been having pain in my arm he asks me to point to where it hurts and I show grab the back of my shoulder at which time he asks me to raise my arm up. He states " Its not your shoulder" " can you move your head this way and that way" Then he sends me downstairs for an X Ray ( long story short) I return from X Ray Dr. Knight informs me that the problem is with my neck. He sending me me for another MRI. {office visit $575, X ray $474, MRI $1697} . The follow up June 04, 2012 I brought the copy of the new MRI with me. The front desk personnel was very nice again. Dr. Knight comes into the room after reading the MRI/report and states you have a herniated disc in your neck and will need surgery, gets his cellphone out of his smock and starts calling a neurosurgeon whom he tells me is really good. Calls the office of the neurosurgeon and tells me they will contact me and get me in soon. I ask him what exactly was going on with my neck ( no answer) I ask which disc were herniated? he states " Let me get your file" and left the room when he returns, still standing in doorway and states C6. A little confused at to what all this meant I still had the frame of mind to ask " if surgery was the only option and if there were alternatives?" At which time he stated gruffly " Not unless you want to keep hurting and walked out. End of visit! I asked for both my MRI's back and left {office visit $134}. Dr. Knight may be a very sharp doctor, I believe his diagnosis was correct but his attitude and lack of concern about my concern left me confused at to what was going on with me and needing to see another doctor to find out if surgery was really the only option and some education as to my condition.
    - Charmaine N.
  • A
    Bultemeier, Dr. Brent S.
    Reasonable price. Discount for multiple treatments (although he will not try to hit you up to buy a series of treatments.) Massage therapist is also available in his office by appointment. Insurance is billed promptly.
    - Robyn M.
  • A
    Young, Dr. Joseph A.
    He is the only physician at the practice.  There is no staff.  The best thing about him is that he doesn't rush us into anything.  He tries the most natural approach and makes us feel comfortable.  He is not intimidating like some chiropractors.  He is not always available, but I would recommend him highly.  Sometimes we have to wait for him to bill us.
    - Deborah B.
  • B
    Jeffrey E. Woosley, DC
    He was a referral.  They are very professional.  The office is always clean. 
    - Sarah M.
  • A
    Knight Jr, Dr. Norris C.
    unknown
    - patricia b.
  • B
    Orthopaedic Specialists Of Texarkana Pllc
    The staff was great the doctor was to me kind of standoffish. And did not take the time for a complete exam
    - jocinta g.
  • A
    GRACE PLACE SCHOOL
    My son loves going there everyday.  He's begging to go to school everyday so he loves it.
    - Ben H.
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