Ratings for Dr. Paul J. Killian
I've been seeing Dr Killian for almost 2 years and his Brackenridge office. The staff here is absolutely wonderful and always so helpful when I need them. Dr Killian is very kind and always listens to my questions and answers them thoroughly. He is always punctual and very personable. I just can't tell you how much they've helped me and improved my quality of life in the last two years!
My wife and I have seen Dr. Killian for many years. He has treated me for a neck problem and for a trigger finger problem many times. Once I get to see him , he has been very nice and helpful. His staff is another issue all together. He has told me many times if my trigger finger acts up, just call and the staff will squeeze me in, since the injection only takes about 5 minutes. Not once has his staff done this. They have made me wait days and often weeks to get into the office. When I finally get into see him, he tells me they shouldn't have made we wait so long. Yet each time I go through the same routine. He says they will squeeze me in just let them know it is my trigger finger. They tell me when I call, no way. Won't do it. I wish I knew what was going on here. He always helps me, when I get to see him and is always kind.
My original post was too long, so this is an excerpt re my office visit w/Killian: Killian asks me about my exercise regime. I tell him that most days I can just about take my dog for a walk and when I do feel well enough to exercise I pay for it the next day. He then tells me that I have to exercise every day...no exceptions. Exercise is the only way to fight FM. He then proceeds to demonstrate for me how to do standing pushups against a wall, telling me as he's doing them, that, "you have to work through the pain" and "you can't let the pain take over." Again, as Killian is demonstrating standing pushups against the wall, husband and I give each other a "is he for real" look... I'm just stunned and keep looking at my husband, but happy that he was with me to witness this wacky doctor. Husband and I walk to the parking lot silently, continuing to give each other the "what the hell just happened???" look. How the hell did he become a doctor????
Dr. Paul J. Killian's Credentials
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- University Of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine (Grad. 1972)
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