Misdiagnosing and pushing for procedures

Dr. Miller misdiagnosed me for three conditions. Simple google search in combination with thinking about the health history of her patient would help her to prevent mistakes she did. She put me into an unnecessary expense of about $2500. As a result, I have proved that I don't have those three conditions. She prescribes medications without confirming a diagnose. Be careful, because insurance companies can deny your coverage based only on medications you've been taken even if it was by doctor's mistake. She uses untested equipment, which gives mistaken readings. She put me through unnecessary tests without explaining and asking my permission. She charged my insurance and me for the mistaken readings.
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Ciudad De Mexico, Capital District

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