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Developmental Pediatrics, Craniofacial
On staff since June 2001
My son has been followed by Darcy King for 4 years now for his neurological disorder. I can honestly say I have never ever been to any doctor that listens to all of my comments and concerns and responds to each one thoroughly and patiently. We never feel rushed at all when we see her. She honestly makes you feel like your child is her only patient. She is warm and friendly with good bedside manner. She is knowledgeable and explains things in understandable terms. I feel like Darcy King is on my side and on my child's team. I would recommend her without hesitation.
we have seen Darcy twice now. Both experiences were beyond positive. She is so incredibly compassionate and a great listener. She helped us recognize that our 2 1/2 yr old was having seizures. She would just stare and we thought she was daydreaming. Lucky, our daughter has been seizure free and has better balance than ever, thanks to her help and her referral for us to see Pat Berry. When our daughters MRI indicated that her brain did not grow normal, we were devastated. Darcy helped us see all of the positive things about ellies brain instead and helped us shift to gratitude. What a blessing she has been. Thank you Darcy!
Cerebral palsy, spina bifida, developmental disabilities, autism disorder
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