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 Practice28
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.
I visited Dr. Bush , in means of obtaing patient-centered outcomes, which would have involved behavioral- cognitive treatment, instead of pharacological tjerpies, which was conversed on the phone by him and I prior to my initoal visit. Informatively, at yhe inotial visit Dr. Busch was knowledgeable of the current medications that I was taking, when he tried effortfully, to incourage me to take a mood stabilizer consequential of me becomming very frustrated due to yhe fact that prior to our visit pharacological treatments, whoch have been proven by emperically-based evidence decrease the mortality rates of the individuals taking them by decades or more dependent on how much they consume. Thus, placing my trust and faith on Dr. Busch. I agreed to take a mood stabilizer acknowledged as Saphris, which without my knowledge was new and unlnown to the feild of psychiatry. In othet words it was experimental. Additionally, Dr. Busch having prior knowledge of the current medications that I was taking, especially Lisinopril-HCTZ, that I was taking to control my high blood pressure, could have dire or even lethal drug interaction with the Saphris. Subsequent to returing home from my visit with Dr. Busch, I took the first dose of Saphris bilingual as instructed. Unfortunately, approximately twenty minutes later is was unable to swallow, my entire face felt like ot was on fire, everthing that I placed into my mouth, including ice and sugar (sweets) produced the effect of a habanaro peeper, and phrephrial neuraphty has damaged both of my legs permanently. Dr. Busch, to this very day , has failed to take responsibility for his mal-practice. Importantly, when I had Dr. Busch investigated by the Texas Medical State Board, he jas had his medical license revoked on more than one occasion for his pesonal employment of cocaine, and for fraudulently writing perscriptions for narcotics for his own personal use. Certainly, every human being makes mistakes but when they are made repeatedly, and cause extreme harm to others, especially the children that are under his care is unacceptable and intollerabe, especially when Dr. Busch shows no regatds nor remorse to his vivtims. All physicians responsibilities is to firstly, do no inflict any harm.
Conclusively, my mther is an RN and has worked with Dr. Busch for several years, and when I indormed her that Dr. Busch was the physician responsible for this travesty, she stated " If I would have acknowledged that you were going to see Dr. Busch, I would have done everything within my power to prevent you from doing so.
Soncerely, I have chosen not to sue Dr. Gerald Busch because the Holy Bible is the only absolute truth I will ever axknowledge. However, keep yourselves and especially your children as far away from him a possible. Hence, do your research with the Texas. or any other Medical Board, in means of preventing the said travestis,and keeping you, your children, you family members, and loved ones out of harms way
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 !
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