You walk into a building that has barely any medical equipment in it whatsoever and the walls are bare. They could probably pack up the place and leave within a few hours and no-one would ever know they existed. \r
My first meeting with Dr. Athari went like this (me) ""Hi doctor pleased to meet you."" (him) ""You know you will be hooked on dr*gs don't you?"" No hello, hi, how are you. I got the impression this guy had no idea what he was doing. He was also very condescending. He gave me no help and offered no sympathy or empathy. He did however schedule me for a nerve conduction study. \r
The nerve conduction study was at 10AM on a certain day. I walk into a waiting room FULL of people. A few people started talking then all of us started talking because we came to realize that the place scheduled every single one of us for a nerve conduction study at 10AM. THEY SCHEDULED ALL 15 OF US (or so) FOR THE SAME FREAKING TIME! To boot, there is a guy who comes in who doesn't even work at the office to come actually DO the study, and he ran 30 mintues late! SO we are all waiting there for this person to make it in. No apology, no nothing. \r
Do yourself a favor. Don't make this guy any richer. Go see a professional.
Pros: The receptionist was cute.. that's about the only good experience I can remember
Cons: the doctor, the wait time, lack of sympathy and empathy, condescending..