David K. Reynolds, DO

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Steer clear! My wife saw Dr Reynolds for a migraine that had persisted for weeks. Even the sound of her own voice exacerbated the pain. Her time at home was spent with ear plugs. She stayed in a room separated from the rest of the family!
Let me preface the rest of this history by stating that her occupation is in the claims department of a major insurance company. It is an inbound call center in which 95%+ of her day is spent with a headset attached to her ear while speaking on the phone. Her employer understood her situation and granted her Family Medical Leave (prior to this you could count on one hand the amount of sick time she had used during her 6 years of employment) Dr. Reynolds prescribed Topamax during her initial visit and told her it could take weeks to months to feel relief. After several weeks and still no relief her employer suggested she apply for their short term disability program so that she could at least receive some paid medical leave. All that would be required was a note from the treating physician explaining that she was under his care for migraines. She scheduled an appointment with him to obtain that. She explained that she was on medical leave and before she could continue further he began to berate her. He said who granted you medical leave?! That is only for individuals with debilitating illnesses. He continued to tell her that she could go to work and if the sound bothered her use ear plugs to deafen it. She left there in tears. When she shared this with me my immediate thought was how could he say to wear earplugs to mute the sound when your job is to hear people speaking on the phone!
He then wrote a note to her Primary Care Doctor who shared it with her because he could not believe it himself.
The letter states" We wrote a note excusing the patient for the past week at her request, this will be the only time we do this, we do not feel the patient should have to skip work at her sedentary job because of sound sensitivity. 29 DB foam ear plugs are good enough to use when one shoots magnum caliber hand guns. We do not see how this would be inadequate to use with a phone."
IF YOU CAN'T HEAR A MAGNUM GUN BEING FIRED HOW ARE YOU GOING TO HEAR A PERSON ON THE PHONE?!?!?
I personally called him to discuss this. When I brought up the short comings in his assessment (and the inaccuracies in his report) he became irate. He told me I was just trying to get out of paying the bill. I told him nobody should pay a bill for a visit that the only thing done was berating the patient. I further went on to say I would share this experience on the internet to warn others and do everything I could to stop people from going to his practice. He told me to go ahead "the only people that do that are my drug addict patients that he kicks out of his office."
In addition after looking up his medical training he has only earned a D.O., and from a school that doesn't rank highly. That is public record please verify for yourself.

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Steer clear! My wife saw Dr Reynolds for a migraine that had persisted for weeks. Even the sound of her own voice exacerbated the pain. Her time at home was spent with ear plugs. She stayed in a room separated from the rest of the family!
Let me preface the rest of this history by stating that her occupation is in the claims department of a major insurance company. It is an inbound call center in which 95%+ of her day is spent with a headset attached to her ear while speaking on the phone. Her employer understood her situation and granted her Family Medical Leave (prior to this you could count on one hand the amount of sick time she had used during her 6 years of employment) Dr. Reynolds prescribed Topamax during her initial visit and told her it could take weeks to months to feel relief. After several weeks and still no relief her employer suggested she apply for their short term disability program so that she could at least receive some paid medical leave. All that would be required was a note from the treating physician explaining that she was under his care for migraines. She scheduled an appointment with him to obtain that. She explained that she was on medical leave and before she could continue further he began to berate her. He said who granted you medical leave?! That is only for individuals with debilitating illnesses. He continued to tell her that she could go to work and if the sound bothered her use ear plugs to deafen it. She left there in tears. When she shared this with me my immediate thought was how could he say to wear earplugs to mute the sound when your job is to hear people speaking on the phone!
He then wrote a note to her Primary Care Doctor who shared it with her because he could not believe it himself.
The letter states" We wrote a note excusing the patient for the past week at her request, this will be the only time we do this, we do not feel the patient should have to skip work at her sedentary job because of sound sensitivity. 29 DB foam ear plugs are good enough to use when one shoots magnum caliber hand guns. We do not see how this would be inadequate to use with a phone."
IF YOU CAN'T HEAR A MAGNUM GUN BEING FIRED HOW ARE YOU GOING TO HEAR A PERSON ON THE PHONE?!?!?
I personally called him to discuss this. When I brought up the short comings in his assessment (and the inaccuracies in his report) he became irate. He told me I was just trying to get out of paying the bill. I told him nobody should pay a bill for a visit that the only thing done was berating the patient. I further went on to say I would share this experience on the internet to warn others and do everything I could to stop people from going to his practice. He told me to go ahead "the only people that do that are my drug addict patients that he kicks out of his office."
In addition after looking up his medical training he has only earned a D.O., and from a school that doesn't rank highly. That is public record please verify for yourself.

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