I am very upset with my most recent visit. As a frequent patient at both this Hinsdale Office and the Bolingbrook one. The whole process felt extremely impersonal. Dr. Tubic himself is great but extremely busy, which leaves no time to reevaluate my evolving pain. The major problem this time was the post operation discharge. I have been through this process many times, and more than ever it felt like the staff had a speed record to break. Usually I wake up from anesthesia, gradually have time to start drinking water and eat 2 gram crackers, get dressed, and finally when I feel almost in a walkable state they will wheel me out to my driver. Today (with the office being far less crowded than usual) I was manually woken and lifted up, got only a quick sip of water before they took that and my untouched crackers away, forcefully dressed me, and completely ignored me when I was attempting to explain some unusual symptoms like a massive headache, ear pain, and sudden sinus congestion. Like I said, I have had this procedure and others like it many times, but this is a first for feeling terribly sick when woken up. I was immediately dismissed and plopped in the wheel chair which was somehow already at my room. I was in my car in less than 10 minutes. For waiting in the prep room for an hour with an IV in me, you would think that there would be some common decency post operation.