Ratings for Dr. Shaun X. Wu
been with dr wu since 2008 he and staff do there job yah somsetime he get behind just like many other drs He will help u if you are willing to help yourself. lots of the people i see and hear with he not doing this or that is mostly people who just believe rx pill is the answer to their pain issue it is part of treatment but people also have to fully follow dr orders to help themself beyound just meds
I must concur with the person above they give you 30 days of medication And the girls at the desk give you an appointment for 33 days later Which means you have to go to terrible withdrawals before you can get in a cm N even if you call him on the phone and tell them about it they on mercifully just tell you that you going to have to wait Until the day of your appointment Caring less how much pain and misery you going to have to go through with withdrawal. The doctor I see Dr Ram is very nice But the girls you make the appointment out there by the desk they really need to replace them. It seems like a no brainer when you get 30 days of medication that's when they should schedule to you to come back in 30 days. this lets me know that the staff out front does not understand opiate medication, and if they do shame on them or sell for doing this to patients. Patients should be scheduled to come in every 30 days if that's all there given is a 30 day refill
Dr Wu is a nice doctor...but his staff and rude nurse Karen need to go..to many people have hands in your case as well when he had already auth. somethng..Very ignorant nurses for the Pain mgt doc..no compassion for those who take meds right and are truly in pain..treatment like this must stop..Memorial Hosp runs this clinic..
THERE IS SOME LANGUAGE BARRIER. HE IS KNOWLEDGEABLE BUT IT TAKES A LONG TIME TO SEE HIM WHEN YOU GO IN FOR AN APPOINTMENT. I'VE HAD TO WAIT AS LATE AS 6:30PM WHEN HE HAS HAD TO ATTEND A MEETING-ONLY TO SEE HIM FOR 5 MINUTES AND HAVE A PRESCRIPTION THROWN MY WAY. HE IS NICE BUT DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND AT TIMES AND ALSO I DONT FEEL HE COMPLETELY UNDERSTANDS WHAT I SAY EITHER. HE IS GOOD ABOUT GIVING ME PAIN RELIEF I NEED. BUT-I HAVE TO COME TO HIS OFFICE JUST TO PICKUP MY MEDICINE PRESCRIPTION-SOME OF THIS IS DUE TO STATE LAW AND OUT OF HIS CONTROL. I DO NOT LIKE HIS STAFF-THEY ARE VERY VERY INCREDIBLY RUDE AND FAIL TO RETURN CALLS. IF AN APPOINTMENT NEEDS TO BE CHANGED-THEY ACT LIKE IT PERSONALLY AFFECTS THEM. I HAVE BEEN SEEING DR. WU FOR SEVERAL YEARS AND NOTHING TOO MUCH HAS CHANGED. `
You have to wait about 3 hours in the waiting and once seen. You can't understand him, He talks like this "chin, chan, shoi, whhos and so on. His staff is the worse. They don't care if you run out of pain meds and they will go home before calling in your refills. They tell you to make your meds last for 33 days when they only give you 30 days of meds. They call in refills on the 31st day after you run out. If you have a flaire up, they wont get you in sooner and tell not to go to a ER because you will violate the pain contract. It's a one way street with dr Wu, his way. He does not drug test his patients so he has hundreds per day and most look like drug abusers.
THis doctor has kept increasing my grown daughter's medicine until now she is addicted to all of these many drugs. Family members have tried to contact him and tell him she is unable to take care of her self on these medicine but have gotten no response or reduction in her medication. Two other doctors feel she does not need anywhere near what he is giving her. She is addicted so badly she can not remember when she took a patch or pills. He has her on four times the meds she was on when she started. We are having to commit her to a special medical detox hospital in Laurel ,Ms.to keep her from possibly overdosing. I suggest you think twice and investigate before you go to this doctor . He does not seem to have the knowledge needed to this give such large amounts of addictive drugs to my daughter, therefore she is worst, not better.
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