Personally I feel that he is egotistical and does not listen to what the patient is saying. He interupts leaving the impression that he knows so much more. His outlook on pain medicine is great ... for him OR people under the age of 40 or 45... but as we age... the pain becomes somthing that is at times unbearable and still he does not LISTEN to what the patient is saying. I feel that because i had such wonderful insurance.. i would call with an issue and would not get an answer,,, i had to make an appt. ... so he could get paid. I will never go back to him. I find hin useless as a doc.... he would make a good weight loss coach abut nothing else. good luck if you have him for your primary.
I have been seeing Dr. Caulkins or his associates for 7 years now. Never a bad experience. Just what I had to see him for, like broken ribs, busted toes, etc. All of his staff are highly qualifed and highly competent.
I would give him my whole-hearted recommendation / referral.
The waiting room here is spacious. I never feel like I have to sit too close to someone or that it is overcrowded. They always return my phone calls quickly. I always know that I'll get a prompt answer to my question. The staff really knows what they're doing, and they know a lot about the company they work for. They're able to answer most of my questions, and the only ones they don't are the ones they need their boss's approval for. On a personal note, this is the BEST doctor I have ever had, and I've had a lot of them. Dr. Caulkins is personable, friendly (but professional) and takes excellent care of his patients. I am very happy to have Dr. Caulkins as my physician.
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