Arrived here from LouisisnaSurrounded by militaryAt airport; a 2 week stay at at communicated location suggested a hotel room; and moved to North Central Texas. Evicted and moved to Salvation Army, suggested and referred to Sam shelter..Men's dorms children's dorms women's dormsVisiting and departing volunteers employees few interns.. They passed and failed inspections; they were evicted. A contract business with uniformed guards and appeared as sane employees..interns.Near prisons and on grounds illegal, shifts nightly and daily..The sooner the better the old Sam shelter reopens.Mission at above the normal level of need ..Too many actors doing walk through and visits. Fire hazards..Appearance of paramedics at Prospect courtyard ..Unfortunately a competence complaint mandates..Bryant( state of Louisiana)
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A family member went and saw Mrs. Molina. For privacy reasons I'll call that family member John. John only had a sore neck from a long drive. Mrs. Molina jerked and twisted his head to one side, so much so that John cried out where it could be heard in the waiting room. They asked John if he'd ever had a neck injury (no), then told him he should probably stop eating pork. Mrs. Molina said she wouldn't jerk the head again, but did it 2 more times. She also said back pain was caused by John being mad at his spouse. John came out much worse than when he went in. Went to a Massage Envy the next day to try to help it feel better, helped a little. Then went to his Family Practice doctor, who ordered 6 weeks of physical therapy which didn't help at all. It's been over 3 months now and John still can't turn his head all the way to the side, and is still in discomfort. We would NEVER expect a "massage therapist" to do jerks, that seems more like something a chiropractor would do. We would NEVER go back to this place. We filed a complaint w/the American Massage Therapy Association, and the Texas Board of Massage Therapy, which referred it to the Texas Board of Chiropractic Examiners because of the description of what Mrs. Molina did.
I went here for outpatient rehab on my lower back. It was a COMPLETE waste of time and incredibly expensive. I had two sessions that totaled less than 30 minutes combined. I never even changed out of my work clothes. They even joked that I may want to wear yoga pants (I'm a man) because they were going to show me some yoga stretches in a future session. I stopped after two sessions. I would NOT recommend this location to anyone!!!
I was recently at Warm Springs of Thousand Oaks for the third time. This time was HORRIBLE. I also experienced uncaring doctors who blew off the fact that my leg was red, hot, and swollen to twice its size after knee replacement. I had to get my surgeon involved in my care because of it. I am now BACK in skilled nursing because I was INJURED during PT -- due to the FACT that they thought I should be able to tolerate more than I could. I received a soft tissue, muscle injury that left me completely, and I DO mean COMPLETELY immobile. I have been in this new place for a little less than a week and have made remarkable progress.I was in a great deal of pain, and one nurse went so far as to tell me, "It won't KILL you to wait an hour for your pain medication!" because she didn't know how Methadone (Chronic Pain) and Norco (acute pain) interact with each other.I had to continually argue with nurses who refused to follow my surgeon's orders regarding changing of my dressing; had to deal with an uncaring physician who had NO bedside manner, and was sent home when they KNEW I was not yet ready to go home.I am a disabled veteran. On a positive note, I DID send a copy of my evaluation to the Veteran's Coordinator because Warm Springs of Thousand Oaks IS a Veteran's Center of Excellence, and must also meet THEIR standards of care, not just the Joint Commission's standards of care.There are some great people there. Brad, physical therapist, Hope, Laura, Occupational Therapy, Jose -- Nursing, Sarah, Nursing, etc. But, just like anything, it is ALWAYS a FEW people who make it bad for everyone else.WSTO needs a no nonsense administrator who will actually LISTEN to patient's concerns. They need to have a disciplinary board composed of veterans, health care professionals, and former patients to address the most grievous of complaints like not helping patients, not following doctor's orders, not providing adequate pain control, etc., and this board should ALSO recognize and reward those who bring credit to the organization.
My husband went to get an advice on a case he has and paid $35 to speak with a suppose lawyer. He was the one making the questions which should be the other way around. The lady was so pessimist and did not helped at all. It was just a waste of money and time.