Asha N. Dayana, MD

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Dr. Dayana is now with the University of Michigan health system, located at the Livonia Health Center branch. My first visit with her was two weeks ago. I had never seen her before because she was a replacement doctor for my normal GP, Dr. Elizabeth Guastello (who I cannot recommend highly enough and am sorry to have seen her move away).

I saw Dr. Dayana about plantar warts on my feet. I have dealt with plantar warts off and on for over a decade. Normally, they can be dealt with at home but sometimes a visit to the GP and a round of liquid nitrogen freezing treatment is necessary. I had even been treated for these plantar warts by Dr. Guastello at the same practice. There was a small one on my toe that she declined to treat in hopes that it would just go away on it's own (as they often do) but told me to come back in if it got worse. The wart got worse, but Dr. Guastello was gone. I saw Dr. Dayana instead.

She entered the exam room, didn't ask me any of my symptoms (though she did embarrass me by asking me exactly what was wrong with me and why I am on a mood stabilizer -- even though all that information is on my chart that was right in front of her), and then looked at my foot for less than thirty seconds. She told me that I didn't have plantar warts, I had a severe fungal infection and callouses.

Confused, I asked her why Dr. Guastello had been successfully treating me for plantar warts in the past. Her response was to laugh at me (!) and say, "Well, they're still there, aren't they?!" I told her that I had been informed that plantar warts (all warts, actually) are notoriously hard to get rid of and often require multiple treatments. She then became defensive, raised her voice, and told me that Dr. Guastello (a previous doctor at the same practice, mind you) had misdiagnosed and mistreated me and that I shouldn't question her because she (Dr. Dayana) had nineteen years of experience but Dr. Guastello had fewer years and didn't know as much.

Then she referred me to a podiatrist and left while I was still trying to ask her a question.

A podiatrist today confirmed what I thought was true: I have plantar warts and they could have been easily treated at a general physician's office.

She was unprofessional, rude, and misdiagnosed me. She has been unreceptive to my attempts to contact her about reducing or eliminating her fee in light of her erroneous diagnosis. Avoid at all costs.

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Dr. Dayana is now with the University of Michigan health system, located at the Livonia Health Center branch. My first visit with her was two weeks ago. I had never seen her before because she was a replacement doctor for my normal GP, Dr. Elizabeth Guastello (who I cannot recommend highly enough and am sorry to have seen her move away).

I saw Dr. Dayana about plantar warts on my feet. I have dealt with plantar warts off and on for over a decade. Normally, they can be dealt with at home but sometimes a visit to the GP and a round of liquid nitrogen freezing treatment is necessary. I had even been treated for these plantar warts by Dr. Guastello at the same practice. There was a small one on my toe that she declined to treat in hopes that it would just go away on it's own (as they often do) but told me to come back in if it got worse. The wart got worse, but Dr. Guastello was gone. I saw Dr. Dayana instead.

She entered the exam room, didn't ask me any of my symptoms (though she did embarrass me by asking me exactly what was wrong with me and why I am on a mood stabilizer -- even though all that information is on my chart that was right in front of her), and then looked at my foot for less than thirty seconds. She told me that I didn't have plantar warts, I had a severe fungal infection and callouses.

Confused, I asked her why Dr. Guastello had been successfully treating me for plantar warts in the past. Her response was to laugh at me (!) and say, "Well, they're still there, aren't they?!" I told her that I had been informed that plantar warts (all warts, actually) are notoriously hard to get rid of and often require multiple treatments. She then became defensive, raised her voice, and told me that Dr. Guastello (a previous doctor at the same practice, mind you) had misdiagnosed and mistreated me and that I shouldn't question her because she (Dr. Dayana) had nineteen years of experience but Dr. Guastello had fewer years and didn't know as much.

Then she referred me to a podiatrist and left while I was still trying to ask her a question.

A podiatrist today confirmed what I thought was true: I have plantar warts and they could have been easily treated at a general physician's office.

She was unprofessional, rude, and misdiagnosed me. She has been unreceptive to my attempts to contact her about reducing or eliminating her fee in light of her erroneous diagnosis. Avoid at all costs.

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248-888-9000

20321 Farmington Road

Livonia, MI, MI 48152

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