Brandon M. Lundell, DC

★★☆☆☆

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I was referred to his office for a laser capability to treat tissue damage from a repetitive strain injury. In my request to be put on the waiting list for an appt, I indicated my interest was for this treatment. When I got in, six months later, to discuss my objective, he merely sent me for a blood test. Although he spent much time in explaining the results and educating me on several points, he sent me home without treatment. It was I who asked whether there was something which could be done in the interim between appointments. Some 6 months later, another blood test was authorized. This time, again he persisted in ignoring my desire for tissue treatment; considered my varied confirmations (indicating I was on the same page as he about health practices) as confrontive to his authority; belittled and mocked my efforts toward beneficial supplementation and self-care; considers himself responsible for patient decisions; and he gave me to believe supplementation for the rest of my life would cost over $300/month (with no meaningful improvement of health on the horizon). He does not address underlying causes. When I reminded him for perhaps the fifth time that I came to him for a tissue repair treatment, he finally admitted, with some irritation, he "'doesn't do that any more, wouldn't do that for me, and if I insisted, he'd refer me to somebody else." He focuses on blood work. Also, his professional behavior lacks timeliness and appropriate simple courtesy: I had two first of the day appointments, for which he arrived 10+ minutes late to the building, wet from bathing, proceeded to spend some 5+ minutes with the front desk, ignoring the presence of his patient, then proceeded to the appointment without apology or explanation.
His behavior paralleled that of two highly arrogant medical men I have experienced: whatever they know is all that needs to be known, so there is no need to listen to the patient; patient input or persistent questions are ignored or treated as an affront. The patient is privileged to be seen by the doctor.

Shortly after this, I was referred to a more efficient holistic provider who is able to address causes for the internal issues, and am more than amazed at the results I have received. The injury issue has speedily been clearing up from markedly improved health.

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I was referred to his office for a laser capability to treat tissue damage from a repetitive strain injury. In my request to be put on the waiting list for an appt, I indicated my interest was for this treatment. When I got in, six months later, to discuss my objective, he merely sent me for a blood test. Although he spent much time in explaining the results and educating me on several points, he sent me home without treatment. It was I who asked whether there was something which could be done in the interim between appointments. Some 6 months later, another blood test was authorized. This time, again he persisted in ignoring my desire for tissue treatment; considered my varied confirmations (indicating I was on the same page as he about health practices) as confrontive to his authority; belittled and mocked my efforts toward beneficial supplementation and self-care; considers himself responsible for patient decisions; and he gave me to believe supplementation for the rest of my life would cost over $300/month (with no meaningful improvement of health on the horizon). He does not address underlying causes. When I reminded him for perhaps the fifth time that I came to him for a tissue repair treatment, he finally admitted, with some irritation, he "'doesn't do that any more, wouldn't do that for me, and if I insisted, he'd refer me to somebody else." He focuses on blood work. Also, his professional behavior lacks timeliness and appropriate simple courtesy: I had two first of the day appointments, for which he arrived 10+ minutes late to the building, wet from bathing, proceeded to spend some 5+ minutes with the front desk, ignoring the presence of his patient, then proceeded to the appointment without apology or explanation.
His behavior paralleled that of two highly arrogant medical men I have experienced: whatever they know is all that needs to be known, so there is no need to listen to the patient; patient input or persistent questions are ignored or treated as an affront. The patient is privileged to be seen by the doctor.

Shortly after this, I was referred to a more efficient holistic provider who is able to address causes for the internal issues, and am more than amazed at the results I have received. The injury issue has speedily been clearing up from markedly improved health.

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