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dr. Vaidyanath L Iyer, Psychiatry

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 Primary Specialty - Psychiatry
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 9191 Pinecroft Dr Ste 250
 The Woodlands , TX - 77380
 Phone - 281-537-0037
 Fax - 281-537-0049

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My husband recently went to see Dr. Iyer for his long-term depression, and it was an absolute disaster. We went there looking for help, and ended up being treated very poorly by this doctor. Dr. Iyer looked at my clinically depressed husband, who was clearly on the wrong meds and asked him, "Well, what do you want me to do?". It was as though he either didn't believe my husband, or that he truly didn't know what else to do for him. At the end of the day, I ended up being the one that suggested that perhaps the medicine we're currently using isn't the right one and we should try something else. Do your research, and do not leave your mental health solely in someone else's hands. In this case, it was a NIGHTMARE. We will NOT be going back to him.

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Dr. Vaidyanath L. Iyer, MD: On my very First Appointment, I asked about the "Half-Life" of Cymbalta, since he proposed a medication change. His response was to instruct me that that was not what he wanted to talk about, and was irritated at my question. A few appts later, due to the cost of gas, I had to postpone an appointment,my very first time, his staff gave me the "cold shoulder", and the "Dr." gave me a two week re-fill. This step was a manipulative and Deliberately Bullying action. I tried to find another Dr. in such short notice, impossible, but the other Psychiatrists volunteered that they would NEVER send a patient to him, knowing already his faults and ARROGANCE! He may have a PHD and MD from Harvard, but he is cruel, and does not belong in Medicine! Now, rather than subject myself to him, I'll endure the "Night Terrors" and other extreme withdrawal symptoms until I see a new Doctor next Month! -if it kills me, or anyone else, I hope not, I'm not violent, but this Medication has some strange side-effects. Not suicidal like most side effects, but it makes you angry in your sleep, after only ONE Missed Dose!

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cruel and sadistic

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While being in Cypress Creek Hospital (which too was absolutely horrible)the doctor yelled at my very distraught Mother who was in the middle of a horrible panic attack. Then proceeded to ask her what type of meds would she like to be on since the last one (Pristiq) made her suicidal. There was NO compassionate and/or paitence. He made no effort to talk to her in a way to bring comfort. Even on the phone with me to discuss her concerns he talked to me in a very horrible and disrespectful manner. I will be reporting his behavior to every psychiatric organization that I can find. I would not recommend this man or Cypress Creek hospital to anyone in any fashion.

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The Woodlands Wiki Info
The Woodlands is a census-designated place (CDP) and large master-planned community of Montgomery in the U.S. state of HoustonБ─⌠Sugar LandБ─⌠Baytown metropolitan area. The population was 55,649 at the 2000 census, 90.5% increase over 1990 population. As of 2006, the estimated population had reached approximately 84,418. Much of the development is located in the city of Houston's extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ), but small portions of The Woodlands extends into the ETJ of Shenandoah and Conroe. Plans for annexation of both the Houston and Conroe portions were once in discussion, but regional agreements have been set in place to allow The Woodlands to incorporate itself. The Woodlands is located 28 miles north of Downtown Houston along Interstate 45. Though it began as a suburban development and a bedroom community, it also has attracted corporations to the area. As a result, the area features several corporate campuses, most notably Chevron Phillips, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Baker Hughes, CB&I, and Hewitt Associates. The development won a Special Award for Excellence in 1994 from the Urban Land Institute.ULI Awards for Excellence Winners, 1979-2006. Urban Land Institute. In addition to residential and corporate housing, The Woodlands features a shopping mall, seven golf courses and The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, a regional concert venue, and the 4 star rated The Woodlands Resort. Over the past decade, The Woodlands has seen tremendous growth in terms of commercial/office space in Town Center. Many high-rise office and residential buildings have recently been built. Just completed is 24 Waterway Avenue, a 13 story class A office/retail building. Recently announced for The Woodlands are several new class A office structures and a 20-story condominium tower that will sit on the waterway next to 24 Waterway Ave. Also announced is the new satellite location for the Houston Museum of Natural Science that will be housed in a 200,000+, 5-story building; complete with an observation tower that overlooks The Woodlands. On September 13, 2008, The Woodlands sustained extensive damage because of Hurricane Ike. Sustained winds of 85 mph brought down thousands of trees in the area and severely damaged the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Many of the native pine trees in the area fell or snapped on homes and cars. Power in the The Woodlands was knocked out for about two weeks. As of mid-October, debris was still being collected from street corners. Ike was the first hurricane to directly affect the area since Hurricane Alicia in 1983.

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