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The epidural was incredibly painful, and I did not expect that. Otherwise, a good experience.
Felt very good about this visit. Am looking forward to my visit next week for my first injection.
I have recommended Dr. Guo to several people.
I have always had good outcomes after these appointments and treatments and would not hesitate to call again if necessary
*Dr. Guo made arrangements to save me an extra trip from VA.
My appointment was a referral and Dr. Guo and everyone in his office was wonderful, listened to all of my concerns as well as responded with answers and follow up referral. I found him to be of high standard and an amazing asset to your team. I would recommend him to anyone in need of his specialty
A very professional office. Extremely clean, very polite.
Very nice and understanding.
Like I stated previously I just felt as if he was not to concerned with the way this injury had changed my life.
excellent technician and very personable throughout
Personable, friendly, courteous, patient & professional.