Ratings for Dr. David M. Wodicka
If you are obese with a cough and high blood pressure, this practice is for you because they can't figure out or treat anything else. And since the company Dr. Wodicka works for owns quite literally every practice in town, you'll get some form of him and his nurse one way or another. After surgery on my right toe, I was told to, "go home, and take Tylenol." despite calling from the parking lot and indicating my level of pain and that I was driving myself 45 minutes home. After having X-rays of my neck and back done, Dr. Wodicka determined that I had degenerative arthritis despite being only 33 and having no history or arthritis in my family anywhere. I was told by his nurse Rita to - you guessed it - "go home, and take Tylenol." It should be noted that I do not take acetaminophen due to its damage to your liver. It should also be noted that he ordered Xrays on the wrong part of my back, refused to accept any blame for it, and the Xray place tried to charge me for the work and threatened my credit. After being diagnosed with hypoglycemia from another doctor miles away, Dr. Wodicka told me to, "eat six small meals a day." You really can't make this s h i t up, all while charging me and my insurance over $700 per visit. But on the bright side, he does have my elderly father on about 15 different prescriptions from statens to antidepressants to antibiotics, and the list goes on. And the saddest part? He is no worse than any other Amerikan doctor. Welcome to the new Amerika. Hope you're not sick.
My daddy went to see Dr. Wodicka because of a sore throat. The Dr. prescribed him antibiotics. One week later he went back. He had lost 8 lbs. still had sore throat. Dr. prescribed stronger antibiotics. One week later after another 8 lbs lost , he prescribed another antibiotic. This went on for 3 weeks. Finally after losing over 30 lbs and still with sore throat, Dr. Wodicka sent him to ear nose and throat specialist. They sent him to emergency room immediately. Turns out he had been losing weight because his throat was closed off. All the food he had been eating was going into his lungs instead of his stomach. He had thyroid cancer. They said it was too late to do anything for him. After seeing my daddy for almost 9 years Dr. Wodicka never once checked on my dad in the hospital. Daddy died 9 days after he checked in.
Dr Wodicka and his Nurse to me are one in a million he has been my Dr and my children Dr and now my grandchildren Dr he and staff have always treated me and my family the best of care he listens and always takes his time he has never been a Dr to rush you the first time I became his patient I knew he was a good Dr I don't know what I'd do without him and his nurse (Rhita) she's also one of a million Nurse I don't think I could ever say anything bad about Dr Wodicka or his Staff
He has been my GP for 15 years +, and I'm glad to have him. He takes the time, all that is needed, to listen carefully, and ask questions; we have a real dialogue. It is obvious to me that his goal is good care, and not maximum profit. I like and respect him.
Wodicka is a nice man, but I would not put my life in his hands. A week ago I called to get an appointment because I was in pain. I had to give my symptoms to the receptionist. Neither Wodicka nor his nurse talked with me. His nurse called a few hours later and left a message stating that Wodicka wrote a prescription for me and that I can pick it up from my local pharmacy. I have no idea how he diagnosed me without even talking with me. I saw another doctor and I am currently being tested for thyroid cancer...Wodicka is no longer my family physician.
Dr. David M. Wodicka's Credentials
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- Indiana University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1977)
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