I was generally satisfied with the treatment I received from Dr. Mulholland and his knowledge, but something happened while I was being seen by him that turned me off and left me with a bad taste in my mouth. While being seen by him, he dictated notes into a computer. At one point he said in effect that I came to the center because I was complaining of pain in my left shoulder. When he took a brief pause from dictating, I mentioned, as a point of what I perceived as accuracy for the record, that the pain I was experiencing was not really in what I considered my shoulder, but lower down, below the shoulder, in what I considered my upper arm. He then seemed to get offended that I "corrected" him and accused me of being "argumentative". I assured him that I wasn't trying to be and only wanted the record to be as "accurate" as possible. He insisted that I was being argumentative and that to an orthopedist, that was considered the shoulder. He also went on to say that his mentor was probably the best shoulder specialist (in the country?) and that I should probably seek a second opinion to feel more comfortable. I apologized and said I guess I made the remark out of "ignorance", but I was put off and offended by his remarks and actually a bit angered. Dr. Mulholland should learn to be more "accepting" of remarks by his patients, especially when they are trying to be as accurate as they can to assist in a diagnosis.