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Dr. Reznik is thorough and very professional. He is interested in my thoughts and has been diligent in finding a solution to my constant pain. Does seem a little rushed in procedure but Im sure he is very busy and tries to get to as many patients as possible, they need relief too.
Dr. Reznik has been taking care of me for years. He is kind and compassionate and most important, he listens. When doing a procedure on my back, hes gentle, quick, and accurate. If he leaves the practice, Ill follow no one sticks needles in my back, but he. Im so grateful to have him as my doctor. May Gd bless him always.
This is not a person to ask for help. Im 70 yrs. old & he lunged at me making me fear him. If he was truly there to help, his approach to my pain issues was an awful experience. I had to restart my antidepressant medicine, couldnt get out of bed, & experienced severe panic attacks. He needs to go back to school and learn how to treat patients. Maybe the fear he needs a taste of his own medicine. A person who has had a brain injury
Due to the government now thinking that they know more than our Drs who spent years acquiring the knowledge it takes to educate themselves to treat us, their patients, people like myself have been forced into going to these so calledPain Management clinics where the Drs know nothing about me or my history, and will never know what my Dr knows about me after she has treated me for almost a decade! I went to Dr. Reznik at the pain management clinic he now works for. I had my recent MRI, and Xray report both on paper and a copy of each cd of all of my scans etc. I have a very bad lower back, and the test showed even more than I realized. You see this was the 2nd Pain management clinic I have been too. The first was with a DO in Apex, she never listened to me, nor did she correctly explain just how bad my lower back and the chronic joint disease was. She prescribed the same pain medication that my personal Dr had for 8 years. I asked about getting an epideral injection, and she agreed, I was very excited, I have not been able to do the things I need to do, or the things I like to do for several months. She preceded to inject me, and my husband and I left only to get less than a mile from her clinic and I was bleeding very heavily from the injection site. So I made an appointment at Wake Spine and Pain go back to meet my Dr, he ask why I left the last clinic. I told him what had occurred and just after the bleed out from the misplacement of the needle my left leg started swelling, and that was causing me more problems. Dr. Reznik showed my husband and I how very narrow my spine had become, and pointed out all the other causes for my pain. Then he told myself and my husband well I actually worked with the Do in Apex I had just explained to him all of the reasons why I wouldnt go back to her. After Dr. Reznik explained just how badly my lower back was, he walked out if the room, a assistant come in the room and said you are ready to check out now. Seriously no mention of a follow up appointment, nothing. Oh and btw he and the DO in Apex actually worked together, I believe at one of the Carolina Spine centers.
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