After not having a Dr for 20 years, I had my first appointment with my new Primary Care Physician - Dr. K. Klotz at the 38th St. Center. I took too long selecting a physician, so my insurance assigned me to him. I was planning on choosing a female doctor but not wanting to waste time, I decided to give him a chance and I am so glad I did! Scheduling was a bit of a bear, had to wait several weeks before I could get in, but they said that was because I am a new patient and scheduling shouldn't be so limited once I am an established patient. The Facility is fairly new. It appears well maintained, fresh and welcoming. Free Parking that is somewhat inconvenient - not enough handicapped spaces and even those are a good distance from the door. For those of us who are mobility challenged, the walk to and from the car is excruciatingly difficult. The Health Center is a well oiled machine - organized, convenient, and efficient.. Every single staff member that I encountered was friendly, polite and knowledgeable This being the initial appointment, it was a lengthy process. Dr. Klotz was wonderful. He spent considerable time discussing my concerns. I felt that despite all the patients in the building, in that moment I had his full attention and he actually listened. He was kind, and respectful yet honest and straightforward. All of my questions were answered in terms that I could understand. As far as first appointments goes, the good Dr. knocked it out of the park! I have spent a long time suffering and today, just by taking his time with me, he gave me with a long forgotten tingle of hope, a flicker of light at the end of this long dark tunnel of pain. I look forward to continuing down this path, to improvement and recovery, with him guiding the way! (you have no idea how happy I am right now! lol) An added benefit to this facility is the convenience of having so many different services at the same location - made me think of a Health Care Mall. I accomplished intake, Dr's visit, flu shot, blood labs, X-rays, and Pharmacy without having to leave the building. It can make for a long day at the doctors office but it more than makes up for it by saving me gas money and drive time! These are all the little details that I was trying to find while searching for a Dr. Sorry it is such a long read but I wanted to make sure it was all in there for the next person scouring the web for a new Physician. Stay Healthy!
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I was 21 when I carried a large box into the back seat of my car. On and off for the past 20 years, I’ve dealt with lower back pain. When I was younger, the pain would come and go away with rest. However, for the past 5 years, the frequency of aggravating my lower back has increased. It seems the most trivial bending over can cause days of painful spasms. A cocktail of anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxant, and pain killer usually does the trick, but I’m also loopy for about 5 days. I finally thought I’d give acupuncture a try. Recently, I met Harry and learned that he is a Chiropractic Doctor and acupuncturist. Harry was very thorough in his diagnostic examination. I felt that he was skillful and experienced, and he explained his findings with detail. It was very comfortable interacting with Harry as he was locating scar tissue. Harry’s expertise in both chiropractic and acupuncture is a perfect combination. He was deliberate with his hands as he walked me through what he was doing, while continually checking for understanding. I saw Harry twice a week receiving a combination of acupuncture and adjustments. In a short 3 weeks, he had addressed the scar tissue that was causing my lower back muscles to spasm. The scar tissues that was extremely tender during my initial visit were now painless. My full range of motion is back, and I am on my way to strengthening my core to continue long term prevention of re-injury. I have confidence in my daily activities and don’t feel the need to take it easy on the tennis court. Before, I was being careful all the time, but now, I feel normal again. Most importantly, my back pain issue was treated without any painkillers or other drugs that kept me from functioning in my daily life. Seldom do I write testimonials, but I feel so strongly that Harry can help many more people with similar back conditions. He gets to the root of the problem whereas drugs give temporary relief of the symptoms. Harry has practiced for years, and his combination treatment of both chiropractic care and acupuncture really do work. JJ
Aaron (foot/leg pain) I started going to Dr. Harry in August of 2013. The first thing that told me this was different than going to see a regular doctor was the fact that he actually talked to me for more than 2 minutes before rushing to tell me what pill I needed to take, or what stretch I needed to do, then scribble it down and leave. Most doctors focus on the surface issue, not the real CAUSE. I am a prime example of this; I was told I had plantar fasciitis after a 30 second scan. This was completely wrong. Dr. Harry on the other hand spent almost 45 minutes with me on my initial visit. He listened to how I was feeling, what other doctors had told me, and then proceeded to ask more questions. He wasn’t in a rush which made the appointment meaningful and engaging. After our discussion, he talked to me about trigger points and proceeded to touch three that were blocked by scar tissue on me. It was amazing! The issue was not plantar fasciitis at all, which I had been doing treatments on for 5 months. After the first acupuncture session, I felt results and pain subsiding. With every session, the pain would dissipate a bit more until it was gone. I highly recommend giving acupuncture a try. It addresses the issue physically and mentally, and is quite relaxing.