Great doxtor who knosz what he iss doing. Beautiful soul. Gives good medicine and has a lot of sweet nurses.
4219 Richmond Ave, Suite 200Houston, TX 77027
From Business: North American Spine at Houston Metro Orthopedic and Spine Surgery Center is an 11,800 square foot facility located just outside the largest medical center in the South. Located on Richmond Avenue near Houston’s Uptown, the center strives to maintain a low staff-to-patient ratio. Surgeons, nurses, and technicians with an a…
In one word.. "amazing"! Verona was my massage therapist and she was amazing! The service was so wonderful and everyone was friendly. But the most important is the massage itself. .. it was exceptional! She is truly an asset to the company! I got their swedish massage, not deep tissue, and it wa…
919 Milam StHouston, TX 77002
From Business: Our Houston, TX team is excited to show you the type of care that will not only get you out of pain, but change your life. With changing healthcare and lifestyles, it's more important than ever to get yourself out of pain and then start down a journey of true health! You will quickly find that you have found much more than…
1975 W T C Jester BlvdHouston, TX 77008
7400 Fannin StHouston, TX 77054
902 Frostwood Dr Ste 235Houston, TX 77024
From Business: Ridding you of pain is our passion. We keep up with the most modern treatment available and because of that we are able to help you in ways others may not. If you are a patient looking for non-pharmacological treatment, look no further! We are a multi-specialty pain management practice and believe there are much better way…
Stay as far away as possible. This doctor is only in it for the money. I had a urinalysis show up weird and it resulted in 5 extra urine tests that charged my insurance over $1,100. The last test the doctor made a nurse watch me give a sample. When the first test came back abnormal I asked if it could be due to my cancer spreading to my pituitary gland. He stated no it's probably just because you are tampering with your test. I assured him I wasn't and repeatedly asked if I needed to get in to see my oncologist. He said I wouldn't worry about it. On the last test (five months later) with the nurse watching me I got a frantic phone call two weeks later. The nurse stated that I needed to get into my oncologist asap because the doctor thought something was wrong with my pituitary gland. I asked why it took so long to let me know this and the response was, because he thought you were tampering with your drug test. I said that even if I was wouldn't you want to be on the safe side and allow me to start trying to get an appointment and have scans done so that you could stop the cancer before it spread even worse and possibly have the ability to get the treatment needed before it was too late? She stated I don't have an answer. After going to my oncologist and getting numerous scans the report came back that the cancer had spread to my pituitary gland, throughout my brain, and to my lymph nodes. They stated if only we had caught this 5 months ago we could treat it. Unfortunately now its too advanced and there are no options other than to put you on hospice. I now have only a few months to live. Thanks to Dr Mark Barhorst I am about to die.
Pricey, but fair.Very nice respectful staff. Went in at 8:15 and was seen by 8:45- not busy, the doctor really listens to you. Gave me what I needed until I can get back to a dentist. Sort of pricey- but it's bc you can't take your insurance, you have to claim it yourself. All in all a good temporary fix to your problems.
That the staff are very helpful and care about their patients.