I was thinking to bring my child to this office, but I am totally not agreed that parents are not allowed join them in the check up room. If the docs think it is better for a child, they should think what is comfortable for parents too. Some parents don't care too much about their child's feelings, but there are parents who cares about every cell of their child. So, to make parents comfortable doctors have to allow parent at least to stay behind the door of the room where your child has procedure. In that case parents would really aware of what is going on behind that door and make a decision of using this office practice or not. But if the parent is not allowed at all step close to the room then I would believe those that posted a bad reviews here. Specially at the first visit. You and your child had never seen the doctor you don't know a way how he talks, what he says or acts with your child. Question for those parents who had a good experience: how could you trust some once's good review and stay away from your loved one at the moment when they needed you. They may think you don't love them, children don't understand what is better for them (specially young kids), they just want to be secure and you are their security blanket while they are children and you are the one who left them when they needed you. If doctors want their practice going and blow away all of the "scam" reviews they have to think how they can keep client's flow in their business and change something that won't have bad reviews. Thank you to those who said about close door policy I didn't know that it helped a lot to make a decision to choose this office or probably not. I wouldn't experiment on my child's feelings.