David C. Spencer, MD

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  • 3181 South West Sam Jackson Parks Road Suite L22

    Portland, OR 97239

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  • 503-494-7772

About David C. Spencer, MD

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  • Neurologists
  • Clinical Neurophysiologists

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Didn't learn. This guy went to Stanford and Harvard and he seriously acts like he has never heard two theories of human neurons to rub together. He sat there during my consult and acted absolutely mystified like he had never heard the nature of the beast in any way. He didn't understand what we were trying to tell him, he wrote down a bunch of irrelevant history and didn't write down the actually relevant things. He attempted to slough off my case by saying that "I had a complicated psychological history" when I had NEVER had any kind of psychological history - at all. I went ot him because I started to crash cars - and that doesn't sound like the kind of thing that I would do because I had trauma in my past or had a mood or persoanality problem. I simply started crashing cars. If this guy has absolutely no insight on this problem. than he needs to stop pretending that Harvard and Stanford did anything for him. He acted absolutely mystified and overwhelmed by our questions, had never heard of the consept of parsimony, was personally short and defensive when we asked him questions that he couldn't answer, and in general is extremely unpleasant and overpaid. Don't know what this guy possibly spent during ten years of post grad, because basically all he did was write down my history and look mystified, then refer me on to someone else. The guy knows a LOT about NOTHING.

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Didn't learn. This guy went to Stanford and Harvard and he seriously acts like he has never heard two theories of human neurons to rub together. He sat there during my consult and acted absolutely mystified like he had never heard the nature of the beast in any way. He didn't understand what we were trying to tell him, he wrote down a bunch of irrelevant history and didn't write down the actually relevant things. He attempted to slough off my case by saying that "I had a complicated psychological history" when I had NEVER had any kind of psychological history - at all. I went ot him because I started to crash cars - and that doesn't sound like the kind of thing that I would do because I had trauma in my past or had a mood or persoanality problem. I simply started crashing cars. If this guy has absolutely no insight on this problem. than he needs to stop pretending that Harvard and Stanford did anything for him. He acted absolutely mystified and overwhelmed by our questions, had never heard of the consept of parsimony, was personally short and defensive when we asked him questions that he couldn't answer, and in general is extremely unpleasant and overpaid. Don't know what this guy possibly spent during ten years of post grad, because basically all he did was write down my history and look mystified, then refer me on to someone else. The guy knows a LOT about NOTHING.

Pros: Wears a white coat!

Cons: Provides absolutely no service, took two years to offer no opinion.

 

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