Ratings for Dr. Bill M. Law
Cannot leave 0 stars. Wish I could. Issues: when you go to a doctor and they bill you over $1200 on the first visit. You are there for an hour and a half with most time spent with a nurse asking tons of questions and doing tests. The doctor comes in for less than 5 minutes during that time. They bill insurance and tell the insurance company IN THE BILL, the doctor was with the patient for 80 minutes. LIARS. They did nothing better than our family practitioner, as a matter of fact the family practitioner was on track better then this guy. When you sit with a doctor and he says, "well you might as well get your $6,000 deductible out of the way quick so the rest of it is covered, just run the other way. What a useless POS.
Dr. Law is hands down the worst doctor I have ever had the displeasure of going to. He had no bedside manner and did not want to be bothered with doing proper testing. I since have been diagnosed with Hashimoto's disease by a doctor who knew what they were doing. Dr. Law only wanted to focus on one of my symptoms (infertility) and insensitively informed me that if I was so concerned with it that I needed to find a fertility doctor who would prescribe me Clomid. I left there in tears. My family physician, who had done proper testing, found the correct information proving my disorder even before I went to Dr. Law's office.
Dr.Law was one of the worst doctors i've ever been to. He was treating me for hypothyroidism & had no clue I had no thyroid. My gynecologist actually discovered it. I gained over 40 pounds, had constant migraines & body aches, plus lost a substantial amount of hair all within a few months of him prescribing me a very high (too high) dosage of Levoxyl. When I complained about symptoms, he tried to say I was depressed & needed to exercise more. Please do not go to this man
Arrogant, inappropriate doctor. Refuses to communicate lab results except through dictated letters from his staff. When I felt worse after being treated by him and tried to reach him with questions, he wrote me a nasty letter and copied my physician basically saying that I was a bad patient. It's his way or the highway and his way is bad medicine.
Was having very serious health probs for years. Went here and was told quickly I had PCOS. After almost losing my life, I learned it was actually Cushings that went to Addison's because my body couldn't keep up with the demand of cortisol, and the damage left my pituitary unable to produce HGH, a hormone we must have in order to live. I thank God everyday for the competent doctor that saved my life. This is not one of them.
Dr. Bill M. Law's Credentials
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- University Of Tennessee College Of Medicine (Grad. 1976)
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