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I see the statement above that claims that Cooper charges $179. Lol not true first visit is now in 2)1/2018 $300 and a week later another payment for $170 no insurance accepted ever. Then you have a homosexual follow you to the men's restroom and he stands there like a fairy watching you urinate all the while your worried he's gonna try to give you a colonoscopy. I feel this is very uncomfortable and shouldn't be permitted I don't care who anyone sleeps with except for me and I sure wish a straight male or at least a non homosexual was the man present in the restroom. This is only possible because the queer is dr emmit Cooper's son. Very unpleasant experience and unprofessional non the less. And rude treat everyone very badly money hungry doctors that don't care about the patient and if Suboxone isn't safe for a pregnant woman or the fetus. Why would they give it to anyone especially an addict with bad organs we all have bad kidneys and liver due to drug use. I feel if subutex is the medication considered safe for kids and pregnant ladies it should be the same treatment for all addicts. Naloxone is the main ingredient and it gets in your bone marrow and hurts ten thousand times worse than heroin detox and it's more addictive. The pharmaceutical industry finally came up with a drug that's more painful kidney stones to stop. After the third day your legs feel like you have been beaten up. All to keep the door rotating open a foolproof way to keep addicts in the drs office. It messed with your eyesight pupil won't dilate at night. Can't urinate can't go number two ever hardly and I'm allergic to Suboxone and they still wrote it to me my aunt is dying with cancer asked for subutex and the dr said her kidneys are too bad of shape. Lol really but you claim it's safe for a child to have via the mothers womb? I smell something fishy. Refuse naloxone your teeth with will start to turn black on the inside section of your bottom front teeth from the naloxone and it causes your withdrawal symptoms to beaten times worse when the naloxone had bonded with your bone marrow. If you get a headache when you first take it it means you are not sick enough to need this medication they will touch your back with a cold stethoscope and obviously it will cause cold chills and then the homosexual doc will claim that's you having withdrawal symptoms really warm the stethoscope next time so if I don't get chills that time does it mean im no longer having withdrawal symptoms?

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flag | Submitted January 31, 2018

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I feel bad for the last person who left a review because I too felt excited, just as they did, when I called the first time and Dr. Cooper answered the phone himself. He assured me that I was in good hands, but the truth of the matter is Dr. Cooper could care less about his patients and he pretty much wrote the book when it comes to the bait and switch technique. This is exactly what will happen if you choose Dr. Cooper as your dr- After your first visit you will be seen by any number of random doctors, they will spend about 5 seconds to a minute talking to you. Why such short appointments you ask? Well that's because they schedule so many people on top of one another and this office is open for about 7 hours each week so instead of working more, they make the patient wait for hours on end. Let's not forget that before you talk to the dr, you must do a urinalysis in a filthy bathroom, but don't try and shut the door behind you because its broken and they have no intention on fixing it because that would be money out of their pockets. Another thing you should know about Dr Cooper and his staff is that they are running an insurance scam. They dont accept insurance for the office visit itself and told me that my visits would have to be paid in cash ($160 a month) and that price included the cost of the drug tests that I have to take at the beginning of each visit, but then a few months after that they asked if I had insurance, and said from this point on they would be billing my insurance for the drug testing. (Usually that's a pretty inexpensive test and on average it should usually cost around $50.) Then later that month I get a bill for $1500.00 for lab work that Dr. Coopers office ordered. They literally tested my pee for every single substance known to man and there was absolutely no reason for it, and they do that to every single patient every single month. My insurance didnt pay the claim because it was an out of network lab. I then brought it to the attention of Dr Coopers staff and they told me if my insurance didn't pay the claim then I shouldnt worry and that I wouldn't have to pay for the labwork out of pocket, which was good news but doesnt really make sense. So to sum that all up, what they're basically doing is ordering a bunch of bull$ h!t tests every month for all the patients and then they try to see how many insurance companies will pay the bill. In my opnion, this should be considered medical fraud and none no one working in Dr Coopers office should be working in the medical field. Its obvious they only care about money so if you are looking for a doctor to help you beat addiction, Dr Cooper is not your guy.

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flag | Submitted September 22, 2014

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flag | Submitted February 17, 2014

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Dr cooper, was very knowledgable and so helpful. I just finished a rehabilitation program at Becket Springs in West Chester, (which was the best rehabilitation center I have ever been to out of all 3 I have gone too.) I think 160$ A mos. is a little expensive compared to others, but seeing as how well he helped me, and actually answered the phone him self; I am really looking forward to my appointment with him! : )

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flag | Submitted February 10, 2014

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This office recently posted a comic strip by the front window which said Dr. I am suicidal to which the Dr. replies I cannot help you until you pay your co-pay. If you are sick and have to cancel the same day, which only happened one time, you find out about their policy not to reschedule for you. You are kicked off the program, put at the end of a waiting list, and if and when they reschedule you, you will be charged a $50.00 reschedule fee. They are so anxious to collect this fee, even if you are in the office, walk away from the window, realize the appointment you just scheduled has a conflict and walk right back up to the window, they try to hit you with the $50.00 reschedule. Even your insurance co. requires a pre-cert letter, there is a charge of at least $25.00 per communication from Dr. Cooper's office to the insurance co. for any medicine which requires action for approval.

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flag | Submitted July 21, 2013

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  • Howard Univ Coll Of Med, Washington Dc 20059 (Grad. 1972)

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