Dr. Busch's Practice Philosophy is one of service. For Dr. Busch, the development of a therapeutic alliance with his patient is of paramount importance. Letting his patient know that he is in their corner, that he is there to help them with their problems or dilemmas, that he is there to serve them - this is what is crucial in the practice. When Dr. Busch recommends and administers a treatment for a patient, he wants to know two things: does the treatment work, and does the patient like the treatment. If a medication is not working, or if the patient doesn't like it, it's time for another medication trial.
Years In Practice27
EducationUniv Of Tx Southwestern Med Ctr At Dallas, Med Sch, Dallas Tx 75235
TrainingUniv Tx Mntl Sci Inst, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; Baylor Coll Of Med, Internal Medicine
AffiliationsWest Oaks Psychiatric Hospital St. Joseph's Hospital Westbury Community Hospital
Office StaffWe have a Adult, Child, Forensic, And Addiction Psychiatrist. In addition we have a specialized NP to assist in the care of patients.
A TRUE DR FEELGOOD. LEGAL DRUG DEALER ... CHECK THE TEXAS MEDICAL BOARD .. my experience was horrible. He refused to drop my doses as I detoxed myself and left me with hundreds of pills I did not need ... Switching me from Suboxone to subutex when I had gotten close to getting off of Suboxone to keep me hooked. Saw me for 5 min and billed 30 minute visits. I am sure he is committing Medicare and Medicaid fraud with that billing system of seeing a patient for 5 billing for 30. DO NOT TRUST THIS DOCTOR ... HORRIBLE !
Frightening and wasted time. Saw this M.D. for ten years. All good, sane, and trustworthy staff eventually left. This doctor is not for high functioning dual diagnosis patients. A medicare/medicaid revolving door playing on the idea of detox while not truly providing proper treatment or care. Benzos to help in recovery? That's just trading one addiction (opiates, pain killers, heroin) for a more "socially acceptable" alternative. Triple books appointment times, at least. If your insurance leaves you litte/no choice of providers and you truly need psychotropic medications for schizophrenia, bipolar, major depression.... then he is minimally acceptable. THERE ARE MUCH BETTER PROVIDERS IN HOUSTON
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