Ratings for Philip Battiade
Hello, Bjan is not a doctor , they fool the clients saying that he was the doctor in frankfurt , but unfortunately he was before a manager for a catering company , the clinic never had a doctor too expense to have one... ...they are naturopath only..... they get their license studying from home for 1 year or so i know very well the work place so i know what im talking about unfortunately some still believe it at him.....shame on him and the staff who play the game because they need their salary every month ...in florida there are very good clinic doing so much better stuff check it out ....
He is a fraud not a real Dr. He takes money from the terminally ill. He is a liar to say the least. He has legal action against him. His clinic in Beverly Hill closes MAY 1, 2019 so if you want money back hire an attorney or call the DA., FDA, BBB and FTC and the bank you used to pay him.
Worst medical experience of my life. Patients were routinely told 85% success rate for Lyme when in fact their treatment has made a majority much much worse. A minority do seem to improve. Women were being sexually harassed by a doctor while I was there, and the founder has been accused of gross sexual abuse of patients in a lawsuit you can find on the LA court website. It’s an accusation, it might not be true, but in my experience women don’t make these stories up, and it’s consistent with his lack of empathy for (non-celebrity) women. He once publicly told a video patient audience that “women moan more”.
I would not go to Infusio again. Not only did I feel worse for a year after thhe procedure, it was very difficult to contact the infusio team for help. It cost $150 to talk to the doctor for 15 mins, and when one is freaking out because they feel so poorly, this is just not enough time. I went to infusio because i was told by Phil at the time that the success rate was 85%. Realistically, from what I know now, it's more of a 30% success rate. The owner also told me firsthand that nobody ever gets worse, and I know of about 70 people who got worse, just around the time I went. I also am very displeased about the permanent dent in my left buttock, which is clearly noticeable through a bathing suit. They should have a plastic surgeon performing the liposuction, and clearly they didn't. Overall, my time at infusio was a waste of money that could have been spent on other treatments that actually work.
Two family members were treated with SVF and “ACT” at Infusio in 2017. The clinic was grossly understaffed with qualified medical professionals to manage the intense complexity of the treatment cohort present. In addition, they overbooked the Lyme treatment patients resulting in poor scheduling, lack of seating during treatment, and poor oversight during procedures ( IV ozone). Patients were left to assist other patients. Simple medical best practices with IV prep and labeling for patient specificity was not performed. As very ill patients waited for care, “celebrities” paraded in and out as the IBH marketing team pulled care staff to give them “hangover” IVs and produce promotional material. Other safety issues like emergency call lights in treatment rooms where patients are left alone were lacking. Small liposuction is required for the protocol, and we are left with permanent indentations and pain from scarring as a result of poor execution. The exit instruction which we were told would be given by the treating physician was held by a marketer who,?of course, was unable to answer a single medically related question. Philip Battiade very publicly touted an 85% success rate on numerous occasions. He emphatically states there was no possible way these critical patients could worsen from his treatment. My family and countless others now suffer from mast cell disease, autoimmune encephalitis, viral issues, and even post menopausal hormone levels (seen in a Very young female). In response to patients seeking answers or additional help, several were told they were worse due their “negative attitude”. If that isn’t patient shaming, I’m not sure what qualifies. I would never recommend this facility due to incredibly poor follow up, communication, snap treatments based on hunches rather than hard science, and an utter disregard for human suffering. The ethics of this practice are abysmal. Seemingly, they care more about their celebrity reputation than truly listening and working toward a viable treatment option for a heavily marginalized patient population. All of this to the tune of 27,000 x each patient plus immense travel expenses. Your life saving dollars are better used elsewhere. This treatment “concept” gives you about a 30% chance of worsening and/or 30% without improvement. Not the odds I would consider a resounding success.
There are some results but NOT great results with SVF for Lyme and coinfections. They will inflate their success rates in their sales pitch to you. They have no qualitative way of coming up with the percentages. They will say they give all patients a questionnaire and this is not true. Ask for proof. I am a patient and I believe this treatment was the worst choice I have ever made. In my opinion, the staff is NOT superb because of their burn rate, subsequent lack of experience and because of the alleged public disturbing accusations and lawsuits from MULTIPLE former staff. In my opinion, where there is smoke there is fire. In two years I know of at least 15 different staff members that have come and gone. Philip Battiade was very involved in the heavy lifting for many years. There is evidence even though the company has recently sanitized their social media accounts and started touting that Phil is only a “concepts guy”. Just because an account is sanitized doesn’t mean the pictures or patient testimony has vanished. Oh my God, I am a naysayer. Why? Because every time I went through a legitimate channel of communication it fell on deaf ears. I would not get a response for weeks and during this time while I was hurting. I was kicked off many of the private FB groups because I kept asking legitimate questions from my Primary Care Physician. Naysayer why? Because there are individuals that are asking legitimate questions and trying to share their truthful negative experiences - AND they are being served with defamation lawsuits and bullied by groomed influencers. Do your research on this person who is not a scientist, a licensed MD and goes by other alias name. Do you really want to spend over 20k to be injected with the “proprietary” unknown? Don’t fall for the glitzy marketing package that changes every month. You’ll see more celebrities sitting in the coffee shop out front. Research individuals history, employment, other key players and ask why so many companies? Follow the money. Why were individuals peddling cosmetic cytokines as short as three years ago and now are “experts” in cancer and chronic illness? Why are there groomed influencers who have censored the sick patients on social media and only post the same glowing reviews over and over? When you have done the above and still choose to go - then God bless you when you get that “cheese sandwich in a hurricane tent”. But then again some people like that - so what do I know? My truth.
Be careful if you decide to go to Infusio. Do your research on Facebook and other forums. For me personally, I was told there was no risk I would get worse from the treatment and they had an 85% chance of success. Over a year later I am more sick than EVER with mast cell activation syndrome, new GI issues, new neurological issues and more. And, a large percentage of their patients who treated in 2016-2018 are in the same situation. While I was there, Hollis (their nurse) was amazing. He left. Their social media coordinator is gone. Two of their former patient liaisons are gone and one is extremely sick from their treatment. They’ve burned through 3 - 4 doctors since they opened a few years ago. This should raise all sorts of red flags. Most importantly, they will not disclose what substances they inject into you, on the guise that their treatment is “proprietary.” They will not share information on WHAT they put into your body to your local physician if you go home and become sick from their treatment. They will give you substances without your prior informed consent. Have people gotten well from their treatment, yes. Have most people had no result or an adverse result (gotten worse)? Also yes. Do your research and decide if you want to take the risk. Joint multiple groups and get info from multiple sources, as Infusio heavily censors their own Patient Portal and certain stem cell support groups on Facebook.
Great results with SVF for Lyme and coinfections. Staff is superb. Phil is involved as an independent consultant and scientist supreme; Dr. Kim and the nurses do all the heavy lifting, including genetic analysis and interpretation of the global diagnostics, as well as the SVF extraction. Exosomes are now being used so mast cell activation syndrome can be avoided. The naysayers: oh my God. Citing a civil lawsuit filed by a former colleague who did not get the promotion she expected when the company became Infusio? And that affects my treatment how? Court filings are not facts. They are motions. Phil, who is not even an owner now but serves as a consultant, has apparently filed a countersuit and asked for a jury file. Facts are discovered during deposition. And ultimately determined by a jury or judge. Unless you are one of the litigants stop the defamation. It really is unfair and not related to the innumerable people this company has helped, including Kelly Osborne and her brother.
They take such good care of their patients and they definitely exceeded my expectations. This is the only place I’ve trusted with my treatments.
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