Liza Maniquis-Smigel, MD - Dr. Liza Smigel is an expert at diagnosing and treating pain and restoring maximum function lost through injury, illness or disabling conditions. Physiatrists are trained to treat the whole person and not just the symptoms. Dr. Smigel maintains a close personal relationship with each individual to optimize medical and pharmaceutical intervention with therapy goals and plans of care. She tracks the progress of all patients and provides guidance to improve overall quality of life.

Country:, North America, US

City: -96.8217 Texas, United States

  • C. Angell - Great book

    This book is a great reference for finding places to submit your photographs to sell. I was surprised to see how many listing were in this book. I have never seen this many listings in a single place before. Definitely worth the money, you should be able to get your money back on your first submission.

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    I have to admit I don't have this product. I'm a recovering IT professional, so family and friends often come to me with problems. That's the case here.

  • Zachary Stanley - One Star

    Do not use! It prevents nothing more than the window will on its own, and the warranty covers nothing!

  • Habitual Shopper - Purchase elsewhere.

    Buyer Beware: this book does not contain all of the correct charter values that are needed for accurate/correct PCS code assignment. Also the alphabetical index is located at the back of the book which is inconvenient for a professional coder that's been trained with the alpha index in the front of the manual.

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    Get with it Yeti. You offer a excelkent product in terms of keeping thing very cold/hot, but your lids are horrible. If this tips there goes your "icey cold/hit" beverage. It wouldnt be rocket science to come up with a closable lid option for the Rambler. With as much engineering you've put into this priduct, it's shocking tgat you fall down flat on a simple thing like a spill proof/closable lid. Booooo.

  • Paul - Good for young ones.

    My 4 and 6 year old boys love this game. The new "ice" and "fire" rules are a little confusing for young ones, but they love the game and have developed several house rules they play with.