The patient will only meet with Dr. Deogun once, afterwards the patient will only be seen by arrogant NPs. I would like to point out that Dr. Deogun and his staff do not believe people suffer from pain. Their medical approach is a pseudo-scientific in which they believe pain is only psychological. When patients first meet with Deogun they will be subjected to his creed that "one Motrin a month is too much." This is not a cheerful adage to a person who is suffering but rather a condescending one. You must remember, the patient is not there for a stubbed toe, these people are suffering. If you're considering making an appointment with Dr. Deogun's Practice be prepared to be subtly mocked about so-called "suffering." Remember, this practice is a front for the dogmatic belief that "suffering only exists in the mind." This may sound nice in a Buddhist Temple but these maxims should be kept out of the doctor's office and western medicine in general. First time patients should also be prepared for bi-monthly co-payments. The NPs (remember you'll meet with Deogun only once) will not fill prescriptions over the phone nor will they provide refills on prescriptions. To get a script filled one must visit their office where the patient will be subjected to the same questions as last month. Please exit and pay.