In my practice, I always strive to apply three primary principles: 1) My patient is a partner in the decision making and treatment process and we work together as a team to try and achieve the desired goal; 2) If there is a question I cannot answer, I will say so and check with a colleague or the medical literature to find that answer; and 3) Communication is key, and must be honest and open from ...
"No. Very cold, banal personality.
Likes to assume his patients do drugs based on his nurse's incompetence.
Ran a drug panel on my urine which wasn't discussed and was unnecessary.
He was trying to see how many times he could mention the word obese in my after care summary.
Never again. I only scheduled with him when my regular docs couldn't see me.
His colleague Dr. Decker is a nightmare.
They ..."Read more
October 12, 2020
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