Phoenix Eye Caredeceit to perform unnecessary procedures
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I have found that the place employs intimidation and deceit to perform unnecessary procedures, despite any order or direction from a doctor.
The idea that a driving vision field test would require eye dilation or any other chemical in the eyes is dangerous and unethical.
This is a dangerous place.
Is Phoenix Eye Care a legit?
Phoenix Eye Care is not running a legit business. They are not aggressive towards customer satisfaction and complaint grievance redressal, Hence 1 consumer[s] submitted negative ratings, and only a few left positive feedback.
Where is Phoenix Eye Care located?
Phoenix Eye Care is headquarted at East Bell Road 3805 AZ US. You can contact Phoenix Eye Care by dialing (602) 549-2020 or visit their website phxeyecare.com.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Phoenix Eye Care’s customers?
According to Phoenix Eye Care’s customers, a monetary loss of US $402 has been reported. The severity of entire incident reports is high.
1 Review on Phoenix Eye Care
Dr. Shannon Steinhauser and the team at Phoenix Eye Care are phenomenal.
The team at Phoenix Eye Care and Dr. Shannon Steinhauser are amazing. My husband was blinded and in pain for 12 hours. Southwest Eye Surgeons was the first to see him. (See negative review earlier for more details). He could not show compassion and misdiagnosed my husband as simply using his contacts.
My husband has worn contacts for over 25 years. Due to my husband’s allergy, Dr. Singh prescribed an incorrect medication and failed to recognize it. My husband felt extreme pain and had his eyes completely swollen.
We felt Dr. Singh was incorrect in his diagnosis and thought my husband was allegoric to the medication. We stopped taking the medication and canceled our next appointment (he was supposed to be back on day three). Instead, we found Dr. Steinhauser.
Her staff listened carefully to my husband’s concerns about his eye health and agreed that it was not due to contact misuse. They also suggested that he might be experiencing an allergic reaction. Dr. Steinhauser called on Saturday morning to discuss our concerns. She agreed to meet us in her office within a few hours.