Very seldom does one find him/herself perfectly pleased with every aspect of the care he or she is receiving from any particular doctor's office, but occasionally we happen upon a jewel of a practice, to which we quickly latch on and then to which we cling for dear life. Unfortunately, such is not the case with IPS. As is the much more common occurrence, IPS suffers from a terrible affliction, a disease that has yet to be named but that I have come to dub the Unbalanced Workplace Syndrome. Yes folks, they have an illness on their hands at IPS, and it appears to be quite a nasty viral infection that afflicts only the clerical staff at 165 Natchez Trace Ave. It's unclear as to whether the medical staff have been inadvertently immunized in some way or if the factor lies in their genetic composition, but the providers appear to be insusceptible to what is ripping through the office staff at alarming rates, much in the way that ignorance has been known to do; ironically, mass ignorance is a symptom, as is mass apathy, laziness, bad attitudes, and rude behavior, in general. If you should encounter one of the infected and are presented with blank stares, rolling eyes, a condescending tone of voice and/or patronizing remarks, try to remain calm and speak slowly to the individual(s) exhibiting such behavior. Remember, they are incredibly ill and the more you raise your voice or otherwise engage in discourse with them the greater is your risk of contracting the disease. To play it safe, take a few steps back and ask to speak with either your provider or a supervisor if he or she is not available at that time. Good luck to all who find themselves at the mercy of such "professionals."
This office is not for the regular people, only if you are some type of athlete that they deem important , my wife (who does not like to go tot the …
I have been going to IPS for about 2 years, with no problems, staff, care, and overall great experience. Till this week 4/6/17, I had a medical staff member, that lied, on me, refused to give my my prescriptions, only because I refused to agree with what she said, told her supervisor I was short one day, never since I been going to IPS, never short not any problems with my urine, now I am in so much pain... The meds that I take you are not suppose to just stop talking the. I see that this one medical staff member don't care, and her supervisor not the director of the bowling Green IPS, either. I will be filling a formal complaint. Really don't won't that but I will not stand by in be treated unfairly by anyone. She spent the truth now you will answer for your lies. You know who you are WILL NOT QUITED
I am so thankful for the IPS staff and their kindness. They were very welcoming and made me feel at home. When I had a question about my bill, there were staff members readily available to help. I have nothing but wonderful things to say about my experience at IPS.
Interventional Pain Specialist has a very nice facility and the staff their are very nice and helpful. I got lost on a visit and ended up in the wrong area and I ran into a very sweet employer who was speaking to me in crossing and directed me to the right area.
The staff at IPS is wonderful! They seemed like they really cared about my issues and wanted to help me. They even followed up with me after my appointment to make sure that I was still doing ok!
The staff at IPS is full of knowledge and helpfulness. They make you feel you are important to them...you do matter!! Great experience. Recommend them to anyone in need of pain relief. ts
Interventional Pain Specialists has great customer service and a great clinical staff. They are friendly and want to give you the best care possible.
The staff is very caring and professional. You can tell they love helping people. I would recommend to anyone in pain.
they have very nice facilities, and the staff is so kind and willing to help me and my needs. I am so glad I found IPS
The staff is very FRIENDLY and the doctors really care about their patients!!!! Would definitely recommend!!!