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On staff since February 2009
I am indebted to Morgan for the excellent treatment and compassion she provides to my daughter. Eczema had my daughter in complete agony affecting over ninety percent of her body. Today, her skin has made a remarkable recovery, able to regulate her body temperature normally, normal pigmentation to the affected areas, and most importantly boost to her confidence. Morgan has such a compassionate and ensuring spirit that put both my daughter and I at ease. I have tears of joy when I see my daughter self-esteem improve and she no longer have to cover up or hide. She has made new friends in middle school and adjusting well. Morgan gave my daughter her card and told her to call her anytime if she needs to discuss her eczema. Morgan’s wonderful care surpasses just dermatology and physical recovery to spiritual and mental. Thank you Morgan!!
Ms. Maier has provided exceptional care and follow thru in treating my teenage brother's severe acne. He had not had any dermatological care in the past, so it was really bad & there were also other factors involved that had to be negotiated prior to and during his acne treatment. Ms. Maier was confident, knowledgeable & it was easy to see how experienced she was in treating, working with & understanding teens. So glad I chose SCH for my brother's care.
There is only one thing I can say, "THANK YOU DR. MORGAN for treating my grandson and making him feel like his self again" With little of one week of treatment, we have seem a great deal of change, he's focus is no longer on scratching...
We highly reccomend Morgan! From the very first appointment it was like we had known her for years. Our baby was well cared for and improved because of maorgan's professional dedication! Thank you Morgan!!!
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