Baton Rouge Eye Physicians

I saw Shalimar Small, MD, a board-certified quack that works for Holloway in relation to 2 very small chalizions. The quack told me that I should not remove them but instead get a Kenalog injection. I said that it would not help because my I know it would not (common sense, intuition?) and also because my chalizions appeared a couple of years ago and the research says that injections are effective only for “fresh”, newly appeared ones.

Cannot believe that I allowed that quack, Shalimar Small, MD to inject anything into my eyelids! (I do not even know what it was, she brought the prepared syringe from another room).

I could not sleep, when closed my eyes, felt terrible discomfort and when would try to open my eyes, my eyelids would feel as they are glued together.

There were spots of white medicine, showing through skin everywhere.

Since she was off next today, I went to see another quack in that clinic, a clinic’s owner R. Ashton Holloway, MD. This one was not only a quack and a liar but also a rude moron. He spent with me exactly 3 minutes during which he grabbed my eyelids during “examination” even though knew it was already very painful and refused to remove that terrible medicine from under my lids. He said that he “had nothing to do with it” since he was not one who injected me. I said that I need help now and it was done by his employee, so it has something to do with him.

Holloway the charlatan ordered me to leave. I said that I will not leave until receive an adequate help. He said that he will call the police and they will throw me out.

I was right: Small’s injection caused permanent eye lid atrophy and hypopigmentation and the eyelid thickening. Holloway, the owner of the clinic who also sees patients, refused to do anything about it. And the chalizions? They are still there but became bigger. If that medicine was removed timely, permanent skin atrophy would have been prevented.

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