Dr. Johns is really amazing. After my first session I knew I'd found a competent doctor. He asked me enough questions to know me inside and out. I'm pretty hard on doctors. I expect good ethics and intelligence and kindness and respect. He's got it all.
Posted: 5/08/2010 • Last edited: 6/06/2010 • Link to this review
Dr. Johns manner was flipant and did not seem very caring about the effect of the medications. He also billed me for extra date. But it was resolved.
Posted: 12/17/2007 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
I was recommended Dr. Thomas Bradford Johns of North Atlanta Psychiatric Association via a co-worker. During my initial visit, he spent all of 15 minutes with me and after making a diagnosis that I pretty much spoon fed him, he prescribed me Xanax (a highly addictive drug which i did not need) and Cymbalta starting with 30mg for one week and 60mg afterward. My second visit was scheduled for the next week where he spent a whopping and literal 5 minutes with me. Fast forward one week later and I find myself calling him in a semi-panic due to having had a SEIZURE and feeling extreme apathy along with awful side effects. His advice? Come see him in two weeks and CONTINUE on the meds! So, I did as he advised. 1 week later I had had enough and cut my Cymbalta dosage back to 30mg. 4 days later, i'm beginning to feel myself again. Dr. Johns had, of course, overdosed me turning me into an emotionless zombie causing loss of work and topped it off by not listening to my concerns. Needless to say, I will not continue with this "doctor". Any questions, feel free to email me as there is more to this story that cannot be typed due to space limitations. echephron 'at' comcast.net
Posted: 10/25/2007 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review