Items Tagged ‘Thousand Oaks’

From almost paralyzed to strong and pain-free

August 13, 2018

From almost paralyzed to strong and pain-free

By uclahealth uclahealth

It was September, about three years ago, when Carl Link realized that something was seriously wrong with his health. For years, Link, then 36, had been dealing with chronic back pain that radiated out from between his shoulder blades and occasionally woke him up in the middle of the night. But recently, he had noticed […]

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Tags: Dr. Adam Cavallero, Dr. Luke Macyszyn, ependymoma, neurosurgery, patient stories, patient story, primary care, primary care physician, The Checkup, Thousand Oaks, UCLA Health Thousand Oaks

December 2, 2017

Feeling Better

By Bob rszejn

1 1/2 years ago my primary doctor said my calcium level was high. He referred me for a nuclear scan which showed I had an adenoma. But the doctor never followed up after that so nothing happened. When I next went to see him, he again said my calcium was high – I asked why […]

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Tags: adenoma, Dr. Michael Yeh, Endocrine Center, endocrine surgery, endocrinology, high calcium level, nuclear scan, patient stories, primary doctor, Thousand Oaks, UCLA Endocrine Center, ultrasound

March 30, 2016

Dr. Kevin Pimstone is the BEST!!

By rjmastro1 rjmastro1

We met Dr. Pimstone when UCLA opened in Thousand Oaks & felt like we knew him forever. He is very patient & understanding. Even though he is extremely busy you never feel rushed & know your getting the best care possible. Thank you Dr. Pimstone.

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Tags: Doctors Day, Dr. Kevin Pimstone, patient stories, primary care, Thousand Oaks