Neurology & Sleep Clinic

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I was refereed to Dr Shah by my PCP for leg weakness. It was easy to make the appointment. I also used their websites to get forms and directions. I was quickly put in the room by efficient staff for evaluation. Dr Shah took a detailed history of my weakness. He did a thorough examination and explained to me what was normal and what was abnormal. He then explained to me all the possibilities. He ordered an MRI and some blood work. His staff helped me get the MRI and blood work same day. I saw Dr Shah 2-3 days later and he downloaded the MRI on his computer and showed me the picture and pointed the abnormalities. He sent me for physical therapy and I have been feeling better now. All patient records are on the computer and so when I lost my therapy prescription, his staff printed another one and faxed it immediately to me.

Pros: very kind, professional and well knowledgeable doctor. The only doctor who spect 45 minutes with a patient in first appointment.
Cons: None.

5
★★★★★

I was refereed to Dr Shah by my PCP for leg weakness. It was easy to make the appointment. I also used their websites to get forms and directions. I was quickly put in the room by efficient staff for evaluation. Dr Shah took a detailed history of my weakness. He did a thorough examination and explained to me what was normal and what was abnormal. He then explained to me all the possibilities. He ordered an MRI and some blood work. His staff helped me get the MRI and blood work same day. I saw Dr Shah 2-3 days later and he downloaded the MRI on his computer and showed me the picture and pointed the abnormalities. He sent me for physical therapy and I have been feeling better now. All patient records are on the computer and so when I lost my therapy prescription, his staff printed another one and faxed it immediately to me.

Pros: very kind, professional and well knowledgeable doctor. The only doctor who spect 45 minutes with a patient in first appointment.
Cons: None.

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Overall very satisfactory experience.
I was referred by my PCP for evaluation of neurological condition. I have to say it was a very smooth process all the way from making appointment, filling out forms, staff is very courteous. Doctor took time and listened very well, explained my diagnosis, condition. Viewed MRI scans with me and explained in detail. Make appropriate diagnosis and treatment in very professional way.

I would highly recommend doctor and clinic.
JD

5
★★★★★

Overall very satisfactory experience.
I was referred by my PCP for evaluation of neurological condition. I have to say it was a very smooth process all the way from making appointment, filling out forms, staff is very courteous. Doctor took time and listened very well, explained my diagnosis, condition. Viewed MRI scans with me and explained in detail. Make appropriate diagnosis and treatment in very professional way.

I would highly recommend doctor and clinic.
JD

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It's been a couple of years since I was referred to Dr. Shah by my PCP. I also found him condescending. I had gone to him regarding migraine headaches. He would not prescripe a tryptan medication for me because he believed me to have high blood pressure. I am sure my blood pressure was abnormally high due to having to wait in what felt like an unairconditioned office in the middle of the summer with the sun pouring in the windows. It was a long wait and several people complained to the front desk staff about the unbearable heat but although they said they had it set at a low temp it never cooled off. I was a sweating mess by the time they called me back to see the doctor. I noticed how comfortably air conditioned it was back where the front office staff was and every other part of the office...patient exam rooms, etc. He ordered me to have an MRI (brain) and that procedure triggered the most horrible migraine imaginable...and I had nothing to take for it. After considerable begging by me and confirmation from my PCP that I did not have high blood pressure, he gave me a sample (4 pills) of a tryptan...one that was not on my formulary as it turned out. He wrote a script for medication for tension headaches that did zilch for the migraines. Finally my PCP wrote a script for Imitrex. Another very interesting thing is he recommended me to discontinue birth control pills (nevermind that they had been prescribed to treat ovarian cysts). He believed that birth control pills only complicated things and stated his wife wasn't on them. So I went off bc pills and then reported back that there was no improvement with the migraines and that they were worse if anything. His reply was "Did you expect there to be?" That was the final straw for me. Although he wanted to continue treating me, I was done. I then had my PCP refer me to an OB/GYN so I could explore other forms of contraception. I had a nice long consultation with this great doctor and explained my experience of the migraines to him, etc. He diagnosed me with menstrual migraines and actually explained that bc pills were used are part of the treatment regimen and he recommended I start Seasonique since fewer periods meant fewer migraines. Everything he said made sense to me (so unlike Dr. Shah) and he was right. Dr. Shah might be good for certain conditions and for certain people. I definitely got the feeling that he felt superior to me (not only because I was female but he was judgmental about another condition that I have). I have seen many doctors over the years. I have relocated to different cities, had to change doctors due to insurance changes, etc. Out of all the doctors I have ever seen he is the only one I would never go back to.

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★★☆☆☆

It's been a couple of years since I was referred to Dr. Shah by my PCP. I also found him condescending. I had gone to him regarding migraine headaches. He would not prescripe a tryptan medication for me because he believed me to have high blood pressure. I am sure my blood pressure was abnormally high due to having to wait in what felt like an unairconditioned office in the middle of the summer with the sun pouring in the windows. It was a long wait and several people complained to the front desk staff about the unbearable heat but although they said they had it set at a low temp it never cooled off. I was a sweating mess by the time they called me back to see the doctor. I noticed how comfortably air conditioned it was back where the front office staff was and every other part of the office...patient exam rooms, etc. He ordered me to have an MRI (brain) and that procedure triggered the most horrible migraine imaginable...and I had nothing to take for it. After considerable begging by me and confirmation from my PCP that I did not have high blood pressure, he gave me a sample (4 pills) of a tryptan...one that was not on my formulary as it turned out. He wrote a script for medication for tension headaches that did zilch for the migraines. Finally my PCP wrote a script for Imitrex. Another very interesting thing is he recommended me to discontinue birth control pills (nevermind that they had been prescribed to treat ovarian cysts). He believed that birth control pills only complicated things and stated his wife wasn't on them. So I went off bc pills and then reported back that there was no improvement with the migraines and that they were worse if anything. His reply was "Did you expect there to be?" That was the final straw for me. Although he wanted to continue treating me, I was done. I then had my PCP refer me to an OB/GYN so I could explore other forms of contraception. I had a nice long consultation with this great doctor and explained my experience of the migraines to him, etc. He diagnosed me with menstrual migraines and actually explained that bc pills were used are part of the treatment regimen and he recommended I start Seasonique since fewer periods meant fewer migraines. Everything he said made sense to me (so unlike Dr. Shah) and he was right. Dr. Shah might be good for certain conditions and for certain people. I definitely got the feeling that he felt superior to me (not only because I was female but he was judgmental about another condition that I have). I have seen many doctors over the years. I have relocated to different cities, had to change doctors due to insurance changes, etc. Out of all the doctors I have ever seen he is the only one I would never go back to.

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I visited Dr. Shah in his new office after being referred from my primary care physician for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle collision. The two office staff were polite (although it was obvious that they were multitasking) and efficient. The office (waiting room, receptionists' area, exam room, and restroom) was clean, well decorated and there were a variety of reading materials available (medical, news, sports, women's interests, etc.) It was easy to get an appointment and the staff gave me landmarks to look for when I asked for directions over the phone. Dr. Shah listened to my symptoms and history then suggested further testing. I had to see him a second time for testing and he was extremely patient with me (and my nervousness) throughout the procedure (EMG.) He explained what he was doing, paused when he saw that I was nervous, and eased my fears. He is a compassionate, intelligent physician and I highly recommend him! Perhaps those with negative comments have him mixed up with a different physician! I can't imagine him behaving rudely or having a dirty office even on a bad day!!!

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★★★★★

I visited Dr. Shah in his new office after being referred from my primary care physician for injuries sustained in a motor vehicle collision. The two office staff were polite (although it was obvious that they were multitasking) and efficient. The office (waiting room, receptionists' area, exam room, and restroom) was clean, well decorated and there were a variety of reading materials available (medical, news, sports, women's interests, etc.) It was easy to get an appointment and the staff gave me landmarks to look for when I asked for directions over the phone. Dr. Shah listened to my symptoms and history then suggested further testing. I had to see him a second time for testing and he was extremely patient with me (and my nervousness) throughout the procedure (EMG.) He explained what he was doing, paused when he saw that I was nervous, and eased my fears. He is a compassionate, intelligent physician and I highly recommend him! Perhaps those with negative comments have him mixed up with a different physician! I can't imagine him behaving rudely or having a dirty office even on a bad day!!!

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I too found the office to be clean, very attractive and easy to find and park. I never heard a dog. I have only heard great reviews of him by other Doctors. My opinion? He is very intelligent and educated, rude, condescending, and impatient. Are you sure that we were at the same Doctor? He is not above raising his voice with impatience, at least to a woman. Did he listen to anything I said? Very little if anything. Maybe answer one of my questions? Nope, not one time.

I have changed Neurologists and have found a Doctor who listens patiently and is not to "busy" to answer my questions or explain my test results. I had to wait over a year to find out what my MRI results meant.

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★★★☆☆

I too found the office to be clean, very attractive and easy to find and park. I never heard a dog. I have only heard great reviews of him by other Doctors. My opinion? He is very intelligent and educated, rude, condescending, and impatient. Are you sure that we were at the same Doctor? He is not above raising his voice with impatience, at least to a woman. Did he listen to anything I said? Very little if anything. Maybe answer one of my questions? Nope, not one time.

I have changed Neurologists and have found a Doctor who listens patiently and is not to "busy" to answer my questions or explain my test results. I had to wait over a year to find out what my MRI results meant.

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I've gone to Dr. Shah in both offices.
The first was on the second floor, but I didn't go down any dark scary halls. It was small, but nice and clean.
The new building is very nice and clean. His employees have always been nice to me and others that I can see.
What does a dog hotel close by have to do with his building?
I heard no barks and were no smells.
Is there a connection between Sally H. and Amanda H.? Maybe they really need a neurologist!
I agree with the one about Doctors wanting you to return too often.
When someone has been mistreated than I'll listen and check it out.
But these trivial complaints are so stupid.
When you need a neurologist you have a bigger problem to worry about than a dog hotel and signs!!!!!

4
★★★★☆

I've gone to Dr. Shah in both offices.
The first was on the second floor, but I didn't go down any dark scary halls. It was small, but nice and clean.
The new building is very nice and clean. His employees have always been nice to me and others that I can see.
What does a dog hotel close by have to do with his building?
I heard no barks and were no smells.
Is there a connection between Sally H. and Amanda H.? Maybe they really need a neurologist!
I agree with the one about Doctors wanting you to return too often.
When someone has been mistreated than I'll listen and check it out.
But these trivial complaints are so stupid.
When you need a neurologist you have a bigger problem to worry about than a dog hotel and signs!!!!!

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It sounds as if the earlier reviewer may have had a bad attitude going into it. I don't think he/she would be satisfied with anything.Not that there really needs to be an explanation, but the packing material may have been from the recent move to a better office, with even better state of the art equipment. This doctor moved his entire office in a single weekend, set it up, and was seeing patients that very next Monday. If the reviewer's need to see the doctor is as great as mine, he/she would appreciate the fact he is making himself so accessible to his patients in the midst of the chaos of moving an entire business.He couldn't have made the move without the help of his staff. They are sweet, and hard workers. I wonder if the reviewer's attitude toward the staff is why they acted out of character... and the doctor is very patient, intelligent, and very "up to date" with alternative treatment testing and new medications. He is very flexible with his appointment times.If you are concerned with a misprinted piece of paper or what businesses surround his business, then this may not be the doctor for you. BUT...if you are interested in seeing a doctor that genuinely cares for his patients' health and well-being, definitely check this doctor out. He is worth it.

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★★★★☆

It sounds as if the earlier reviewer may have had a bad attitude going into it. I don't think he/she would be satisfied with anything.Not that there really needs to be an explanation, but the packing material may have been from the recent move to a better office, with even better state of the art equipment. This doctor moved his entire office in a single weekend, set it up, and was seeing patients that very next Monday. If the reviewer's need to see the doctor is as great as mine, he/she would appreciate the fact he is making himself so accessible to his patients in the midst of the chaos of moving an entire business.He couldn't have made the move without the help of his staff. They are sweet, and hard workers. I wonder if the reviewer's attitude toward the staff is why they acted out of character... and the doctor is very patient, intelligent, and very "up to date" with alternative treatment testing and new medications. He is very flexible with his appointment times.If you are concerned with a misprinted piece of paper or what businesses surround his business, then this may not be the doctor for you. BUT...if you are interested in seeing a doctor that genuinely cares for his patients' health and well-being, definitely check this doctor out. He is worth it.

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This doctor is very nice, calm and considerate and his office is very impressive. His staff is okay. Overall, a good doctor. I recommend him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

4
★★★★☆

This doctor is very nice, calm and considerate and his office is very impressive. His staff is okay. Overall, a good doctor. I recommend him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I don't think the first reviewer got the right doctor. Dr. Shah doesn't have a second floor office nor a dark hallway with only a few lights to show you the way.

In my two years since I've been going to Dr. Shah's office I have always been impressed with his professionalism. He is not rude or condescending as mentioned in previous posts. I'm not sure why they would think that. His office staff is also bathed and cleaned . As for the not wearing scrubs....why should they? I've never gotten why office staff where scrubs...they're not doing any type of surgery....isn't that what scrubs are for?

But anyways, back to the review, Dr Shah is patient and listened to my concerns about my situation and when I didn't feel comfortable with the diagnosis and suggested an alternative treatment; he did not dismiss it out of hand. He asked me to explain, which I did, and then he summed up my theories and explained why they didn't apply, backed up by the data and lab results, ....and why my suggested treatment wouldn't work.

He sees me the right amount of times, I know other doctor's who want to see you back to check up on you like every month it seems, but then they don't do anything except ask you how you feel and then send you on your way...no type of "checking up " is done....they're just calling you in to collect another paycheck....bastards!

Pros: Professional, courteous, fast
Cons: None

5
★★★★★

I don't think the first reviewer got the right doctor. Dr. Shah doesn't have a second floor office nor a dark hallway with only a few lights to show you the way.

In my two years since I've been going to Dr. Shah's office I have always been impressed with his professionalism. He is not rude or condescending as mentioned in previous posts. I'm not sure why they would think that. His office staff is also bathed and cleaned . As for the not wearing scrubs....why should they? I've never gotten why office staff where scrubs...they're not doing any type of surgery....isn't that what scrubs are for?

But anyways, back to the review, Dr Shah is patient and listened to my concerns about my situation and when I didn't feel comfortable with the diagnosis and suggested an alternative treatment; he did not dismiss it out of hand. He asked me to explain, which I did, and then he summed up my theories and explained why they didn't apply, backed up by the data and lab results, ....and why my suggested treatment wouldn't work.

He sees me the right amount of times, I know other doctor's who want to see you back to check up on you like every month it seems, but then they don't do anything except ask you how you feel and then send you on your way...no type of "checking up " is done....they're just calling you in to collect another paycheck....bastards!

Pros: Professional, courteous, fast
Cons: None

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I must share the great care I received from Dr. Shah's office. When I was referred by my primary care MD, I was able to make an appointment promptly. Staff was friendly when I made the appointment. Office was very easy to find and get to. I was very impressed with the cleanliness of the office. It is very well lighted and open. I was very well greeted.

Most importantly, Dr. Shah listened to all my problems. He was very courteous. He spent a great deal of time. He did comprehensive exam and we came up with plan to diagnose my condition. I felt releived once my condition was diagnosed and treated.

Pros: Great Physician, office and staff.
Cons: None.

Michelle R.

5
★★★★★

I must share the great care I received from Dr. Shah's office. When I was referred by my primary care MD, I was able to make an appointment promptly. Staff was friendly when I made the appointment. Office was very easy to find and get to. I was very impressed with the cleanliness of the office. It is very well lighted and open. I was very well greeted.

Most importantly, Dr. Shah listened to all my problems. He was very courteous. He spent a great deal of time. He did comprehensive exam and we came up with plan to diagnose my condition. I felt releived once my condition was diagnosed and treated.

Pros: Great Physician, office and staff.
Cons: None.

Michelle R.

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I was referred by my Primary Care Physician. I received excellent service from the time I made appointment. Dr Shah's office is very conveneintly located. Staff is very friendly and courteous. Doctor has excellent and caring personality. I highly recommend Dr Shah...

Donna S.

5
★★★★★

I was referred by my Primary Care Physician. I received excellent service from the time I made appointment. Dr Shah's office is very conveneintly located. Staff is very friendly and courteous. Doctor has excellent and caring personality. I highly recommend Dr Shah...

Donna S.

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Referred by my pcp as well, I did not previously know Dr. Shah. I went to his new building in Carrollton and found it amusing that a dr specializing in sleep disorders had a treatment center next door to a dog kennel. I was referred for a headache, and he recommended me to have an MRI. It has been almost a week, and no one has contacted me for an appointment though they were supposed to call within 72 hrs. It's a good thing I'm not having a life threatening aneurism *hopefully*. About the office staff... very disgruntled, rude, and low class. The forms given to me for signatures were blurred, illegible, and misaligned on the page, yet I was instructed to sign anyway without receiving a clearer copy.

PROS: clean
CONS: weird

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★★☆☆☆

Referred by my pcp as well, I did not previously know Dr. Shah. I went to his new building in Carrollton and found it amusing that a dr specializing in sleep disorders had a treatment center next door to a dog kennel. I was referred for a headache, and he recommended me to have an MRI. It has been almost a week, and no one has contacted me for an appointment though they were supposed to call within 72 hrs. It's a good thing I'm not having a life threatening aneurism *hopefully*. About the office staff... very disgruntled, rude, and low class. The forms given to me for signatures were blurred, illegible, and misaligned on the page, yet I was instructed to sign anyway without receiving a clearer copy.

PROS: clean
CONS: weird

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I saw this neurologist after my Primary Care Doctor began to suspect some sympoms I was having may be resulting from a neurological condition. I was able to get into see Dr. Shah right away, but as soon as I arrived for my appointment, red flags started going off like crazy!

I pulled into the parking lot, and parked near this huge sign that said "WAY BELOW MARKET RATE" (regarding buiding rental costs. I thought, "OK, maybe he's frugal," but I immediately became concerned about a doctor -- any doctor -- who may be cutting corners. Then I entered the building.

I guess I technically went in a "side" entrance, though it was the only entrance facing the street (the main building entrance is on the side). The entrance hall was dark and quiet, and had like those blinking flourecent lights you see in horror movies -- you know, the scenes where everyone in the theatre is yelling for the star to turn back? That's what I'm talking about. Did I turn back? No. I'm stupid.

So, I go ahead to the 2nd floor office and notice that the little waiting room, while sparsely decorated, wasn't too bad. The backoffice, though -- which was clearly visible from the waiting room, was cluttered and dirty with computer components (like monitors and towers) sitting on the floor, paking supplies scattered on a table, and overall in disarray. There was a little kitchen off to the side with food left out and more clutter, and a too-talkative front desk clerk wearing wrinkled clothes (no scrubs) and electrodes around her neck under hair that had definately not been brushed, and maybe not even washed that day. Did I leave yet? No. I'm stupid.

So, I saw the doctor. Dr. Shah was very rude and condescening. He was abrasive, and in a hurry to get through his little list of questions without giving me time to answer them. "Please just answer yes or no, ma'am," he said, after he interrnupted me for the umpteenth time -- What am I on the stand? Stay far away from this office!!

PROS: None, Zero, Zip, Zilch!
CONS: Everything about this man and his office is a CON -- STAY AWAY!

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★☆☆☆☆

I saw this neurologist after my Primary Care Doctor began to suspect some sympoms I was having may be resulting from a neurological condition. I was able to get into see Dr. Shah right away, but as soon as I arrived for my appointment, red flags started going off like crazy!

I pulled into the parking lot, and parked near this huge sign that said "WAY BELOW MARKET RATE" (regarding buiding rental costs. I thought, "OK, maybe he's frugal," but I immediately became concerned about a doctor -- any doctor -- who may be cutting corners. Then I entered the building.

I guess I technically went in a "side" entrance, though it was the only entrance facing the street (the main building entrance is on the side). The entrance hall was dark and quiet, and had like those blinking flourecent lights you see in horror movies -- you know, the scenes where everyone in the theatre is yelling for the star to turn back? That's what I'm talking about. Did I turn back? No. I'm stupid.

So, I go ahead to the 2nd floor office and notice that the little waiting room, while sparsely decorated, wasn't too bad. The backoffice, though -- which was clearly visible from the waiting room, was cluttered and dirty with computer components (like monitors and towers) sitting on the floor, paking supplies scattered on a table, and overall in disarray. There was a little kitchen off to the side with food left out and more clutter, and a too-talkative front desk clerk wearing wrinkled clothes (no scrubs) and electrodes around her neck under hair that had definately not been brushed, and maybe not even washed that day. Did I leave yet? No. I'm stupid.

So, I saw the doctor. Dr. Shah was very rude and condescening. He was abrasive, and in a hurry to get through his little list of questions without giving me time to answer them. "Please just answer yes or no, ma'am," he said, after he interrnupted me for the umpteenth time -- What am I on the stand? Stay far away from this office!!

PROS: None, Zero, Zip, Zilch!
CONS: Everything about this man and his office is a CON -- STAY AWAY!

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