I saw Dr. Pryor 5 different times. The first time I saw him, he was late to the appointment by 45 minutes. The second time, he had me waiting 35 minutes so he could run a previous patient to the bus stop. \r
In every session, he had a very strong opinion about my situation. While his thoughts and ideas ought to have given me a diffierent outlook on my problem, his thoughts were only tainted with judgement. \r
I stuck out my visits for 5 sessions, in hopes that he and I would build a relationship that would work and I would see where he was coming from; however, after the 5th session, I was only feeling worse after each visit. \r
In the course of a little over a month, the office never had me pay a co-pay and never billed me for any visits. I assumed, like most clinics, that the office was billing my insurance and taking care of things. One month, after my visits with Dr. Pryor had stopped, I was billed for every visit. The office had never contacted my insurance, nor gone over their billing policy with me. I called several times for clarifaction and never recieved a phone call back. It wasn't until after I went into the office to figure out what was going on, when they spelled out why I had to pay them and why they didn't accept my insurace provider. After paying them, they lost my check and continued billing me; however, this time I was given bills that were stamped with ""Past Due"". \r
The staff is very unprofessional. I haven't seen any other doctors at Front Street, but as far as I am concerned, Dr. Pryor should not practice psychology anymore. They should staff the office with people who care about the patients that come in, and who are not just pushing papers and collecting your money.
Cons: Offensive, opinionated, front desk staff is rude