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1. Norton's Ark Mobile Vet Clinic

BBB Rating: A+

13241 NE 109th PlRedmond, WA 98052

(425) 822-7847
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Herbert Ovenstein Psjayblue rated
Trust Dr. Orenstein. He's the best.

I've never written a review before, but here I am on the web to say "thank you" to Dr. Orenstein. Thank you for saving my life. I first met Dr. O 2 years ago. At that time, I was a basket case. I'd been in and out of hospitals, diagnosed as Bipolar, Suicidally Dep...moreressed, Anxiety Disorder, Manic. You name it, I had the label to prove it. Meanwhile, my life went south. I got fired from my job. I spent all my savings. My friends melted away. I had to go back to living with my folks. I was miserable. All the different doctors ever did was suggest the same drugs over and over again. Depakoe - I gained 40 pounds. Zoloft - made me a nervous wreck. Lamictal - gave me a rash. Trileptal - I slept all day. Zyprexa - part of the 40 pound weight gain, etc, etc. With every medicine I was sick as a dog. But all the other doctors would say about it was "stick with it, you'll get used to it". My initial meeting with Dr. O was an eye-opener. First off, he told me it wasn't necessary to suffer with a lot of side effects to get better. That was hard to believe - but it sounded good! Whatever amount I could tolerate - it was good enough. I was on Lithium at the time. It was making me feel awful - shaky, weak and sick to my stomach. Right off the bat, Dr. O told me to lower the dose from one pill three times a day to one at night (the doctor said I should take all my meds once a day at bedtime so, if I'm sleepy, it doesn't get in the way the next day). What a relief. After a week, no more shaking. Then he threw me a curve ball. He wanted me to work with Trileptal again. That drug was nasty. But this time around, instead of 600 mg twice a day that I'd been given in the past, I started with only 1/4 of a 150 mg pill and gradually increased over the next couple of weeks up to 1 1/2 pills a day. When I started feeling dopey in the morning, the doctor told me to lower the dose to 1 1/4 pills. And no more side effects. Here I was taking medicines that had bothered me so much in the past, and I didn't feel sick. Most importantly, I started getting better. It was gradual - it took about three months - but I started sleeping at night and functioning better during the day. What I realized is that my previous doctors had given me the right meds at the wrong doses. Now, I'm working again and living independently. I take my meds faithfully. It's easy because I have almost no side effects. And I even have hope for my future. Quite a change from the wreck who first walked into his office. I've gone to the trouble of writing all this because Dr. Orenstein has been there for me. He's available by phone all the time. Even on vacation, he answers his cell. He really cares about his patients. He's a true professional. Dr. Orenstein turned my life around. Trust Dr. Orenstein. He's the best. JackBview less

Ross Marty MDingratitude rated
If you think you have any tick...

If you think you have any tick borne illnesses; OR have an illness that has had you to every specialist with either no diagnosis or multiple diagnosis but no idea of the cause - hands down I would recommend that my best friend, or any family member see this doctor. It reall...morey comes down to potentially saving your life with this set of illnesses and after going the rounds with a number of other supposedly 'lyme literate physicians', that really did nothing for me, Dr. Ross is who got me well and functioning again. When it comes to your life - it IS urgent and important that you get to a doc who knows what they are doing. Good luck! By the way, the below message is so negative, does NOT reflect my experience or what I was hearing in talking with other patients in the waiting room at all. MY DEEP CONCERN WITH THAT NEGATIVE REVIEW IS THAT IT COULD LITERALLY KEEP SOMEONE FROM GETTING TO THE ONE DOCTOR WHO COULD SAVE THEIR LIFE, and the person who wrote it has put people's lives in jeopardy if they read it and decide not to go to Dr. Ross because of that review. I would recommend that it may have been one person's experience in that not everyone works for 'everyone', however read it with a grain of salt. I have spent time talking with others in the waiting room and while getting IV's. My words here I do believe accurately reflect my own and others experience of Dr. Ross, the clinic and the healing process in working with him which is very positive. Hopefully more people will get on to comment.view less

Gasparich, James P, MDAndrea P. rated

My 80 year old prostate cancer surviving Father was jacked around by urologists in Olympia WA for 4 agonizing months while he had to catheterize 4X a day. Twice in 10 years, Dr Gasparich (in Seattle) has corrected the issue w/one office visit. Dr Gasparich is a great commu...morenicator, gentle doctor, and one of the most compassionate doctors I have had the honor of meeting. This guy is a straight shooter and wants only the very best for his patients. His staff are efficient, beyond courteous and a pleasure to be around. They put my Father and I at ease after he has experienced unconscionable treatments by urologists in Olympia. My Dad is lucky to be alive. Today has his life back thanks to Dr. Gasparich. Dr. G is a true gem w/an obvious love of people and his work. I cried when we left his office w/joy for my sweet father. Dr. G is a true winner who is worth traveling to from anywhere.view less

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