Ratings for Dr. J. Matthew Reynolds
My daughter went in for abd pain and he "tried to find out" what was going on with her. While he was "treating" her, he kept her on Tramadol and Percocet for over a year. We had several tests and surgeries, that he requested, to find out something. He could not find anything on her. He just kept refilling her Percocet. We almost never asked him for any meds, he always asked her how much she had left and he automatically gave her a refill. He kept telling her that he wasn't supposed to give this out a lot since he is licensed to give it out on a long term basis. The last 3 visits she had with him, he told he couldn't give her any more meds. We didn't ask, the 2nd to last visit, she was having bad pain and he told her that this was the last time he would give her a prescription. He gave her the max dosage, 10mg of Percocet with 120 pills. my daughter just turned 20. He had her on all dosages of Percocet since she was 18. Our final visit, she had a follow-up apt for him as requested by the ER department from the previous evening. After he gave her a pelvic exam, she started hurting again. When I called him back into the office for her pain, he was very rude and belittling to her. He asked her what she wanted him to do. When she told him that she didn't know, he then...with the door to the room open and standing in the door entrance, where patient's and staff could hear...He yelled at her saying, "This is exactly verbatim of someone who wants meds. Your pain didn't start until I said I wasn't giving you any more narcotics." She was hurting and very embarrassed by his actions. For him to be the one and only doctor giving her these meds, then calling her an addict was so very unprofessional and mean. I let him know that she still had over a half of bottle left from the 120 pills he gave her and we weren't there for meds. She did not doctor hop or ER hop. He was her only "supplier". Well, we didn't know that when she stopped taking the prescription meds, that her body would go through withdrawls. We didn't know what was happening, we just thought it was her regular abd pain, just worse. We found this out when I took her to my doctor about her pains. My doctor discovered it. So I just had to take my daughter to an inpatient rehab facility because of him. She never abused her pills, just took them as prescribed. He has really messed my daughter's life up for the last almost 2 years. He would rather medicate then admit he was wrong and didn't know, then refer her out like we had asked. We wanted referred to a hematologist, Pain management doctor, and a physical therapist for pelvic floor dysfunction. We never got sent anywhere except a urologist. In my opinion, he is not worthy of having a medical license if he prefers to medicate then call his patients an addict. We have found out that this is not the first time other people has heard this about him. I will never refer him to anyone ever. I want to warn everyone about him!
he said i had an etopic pregrancy come to find out i had a sisk in one of my tubes after he removed my tube he did a sonogram and it shoef i was still pregrant so he then told me my baby wouldnt survive and he gave me a shot to end my pregrancy ....for nine months i have tried to figure out a way to grieve with out hurting but the hurt dont go away he gts to keep his job while i mourn the lost of my baby
He is a good person but when asking questions and needing information he is very off topic. He seems to have ADHD or ADD he can't seem to answer the question directly. He goes all around the question and by the time you get the answer you forgot what you asked. When you call his medical assistant and leave a message for her to call you she usually takes until the next day to call you back and by that time you are already in the emergency room trying to get answers there. When you call to make an appointment the front desk ladies are very helpful and get you in when they can but some of the nurses seem to hate their jobs and don't seem too welcoming or happy.
Dr. J. Matthew Reynolds's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- University Of Arkansas College Of Medicine (Grad. 2006)
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Insurance accepted by this Doctor
- CIGNA Open Access
- CIGNA PPO