Like many former athletes, I suffered broken noses as a result from competition. For years I struggled with limited breathing capacity through my nose and subsequent sinus infections. Although I adapted as best I could, I was always aware of the severe breathing limitations. Finally the nasal obstruction was beginning to have adverse effects on other areas of my health. That's when I sought help. It's hard to describe how much of a positive difference finding Dr. Viner has been for me. He is board certified and current with all of the amazing advances in modern ENT procedures. From the beginning he listened to my concerns and systematically described how each could be addressed and remedied. After a complete and thorough examination, he "game planned" the procedure for my situation. Nearly every friend cautioned me how "bad" the surgery would be. Fortunately, they were wrong! I've had multiple knee surgeries, broken limbs and a host of other injuries. I know pain, but this was different. Quite honestly, I cannot envision a better outcome than I experienced! I can only attribute that to God and his instrument, Dr. Daniel Viner. It was surgery but NOTHING like the horror story predicted by so many. In a day where patients are skeptical of medical care providers, it was reaffirming to be treated by such a caring and professional staff. My outcome is changing my life! I can breathe freely. My blood pressure has dropped. My snoring is all but eliminated. In the words of my doctor, "It's been a game changer." When the final sutures were removed, I cried. But it wasn't tears of pain; it was like breathing for the very first time. Thank you Dr. Viner! I am grateful for your expertise.
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This doctor is a great doctor in my opinion. he listens very well.. he'll talk with you he is thourgh he never tries to scoot you out the door like other doctors. plan on talking with him for 45minutes or more. he is a no games , type of doctor he is very nice, and if you tell him what is going on, and not try to play any games then he is so ever willing to help. he's a very smart doctor he tends to know what is best,. i trust him very much so. He is probably one of the best doctors in TN, i personaly dont like hardly any doctors in TN, i think TN in general is a crappy state when it comes to health care, and speacaly when it comes to psych. however this doctor is a true exception, keep your appointments, be on time, be geniun and sincer and trust him. he will help you and will work with you to complete your goals. he is soft spoken and very smart. i personaly was very impressed by how comfortable i felt around this doctor. and another thing to is be patient,like all psycoligist some stuff he may try may not work, but pleaqse give it a good try, you may actualy be suprised, and keep comming back. me myself is very intelligent i know almost everything when it comes to psych, however i gaurntee this doctor knows way more then i thought i knew, wich says alot, atleast to me given my backround, but i can tell you, this Doctor is pure genius.
Wonderful doctors and nurses - very caring and compassionate. Very inviting atmosphere. The doctors are very knowledgeable and make patients and parents feel well cared for. However, they dropped hundreds of patients in April of 2011 because Cigna wasn't paying all of the claims. Instead of making this change effective Jan. 2012, so patients could change their insurance carriers during their employer's open enrollment period if they so choose, they decide that as of Apr. 2011, they would no longer work in network with Cigna and if a patient has Cigna, they would still be seen but would have to pay out of pocket and then submitt an out of network claim to Cigna to be reimbursed. I don't have time for all that paperwork when my kids are sick, nor can I afford it. I was planning to change to BCBSTN during open enrollment and go back to this practice in Jan. 2012, but the more I think about it, the less I think of this practice and they way they handle their business.