Not going back here even. I had chronic back pain I had been ignoring due to my work schedule. Instead of going to a general doctor, I took an appointment at Texas Spine Institute to see a specialist. I had an appointment at 11:30. I reached at 11:15 and went into the room only around 12:30. It was ironic that the seats in the waiting area of a spine clinic were not comfortable. I did not mind the wait as I thought it meant that the doctor would be thorough. I went in and I was checked by the assistant first and sent for an X ray. I got it and then took them to the doctor again to follow up. Again there was a long wait, again I did not mind it really. But then after I took them to the assistant, he took a look at it, didn’t say a word and went to get the doctor. This was making me very anxious. You see, I was in pain and there was no one to tell me what was wrong. It is scary. The doctor came in and went straight for the X rays, wrote something to the PA and left. The PA handed me some medicines and told me some exercises for my back and left. I mean, nothing. Not a single word on what was wrong. I have the medicines but have no clue what was causing the pain. The confusion and anxiety is really more troublesome. The doctor was late and yet spent just about a minute in the room with a patient and left without a single word. I was very disappointed and had so many questions but no one was there to answer them. Going to another doctor the next time.
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