George E. Tesar, MD

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Dr. Tesar is a horrible doctor and I cannot understand how he gets any good ratings at all. I was referred to Dr. Tesar after being seen by the Cleveland Clinic epilepsy department two times. Dr. Tesar diagnosed my seizures in 10 minutes as being "mentally/anxiety" related. He never offered me any sort of treatment plan other than ATIVAN. When I explained that I was a recovering addict and could not take Ativan on a regular basis, he told me that "I wouldn't get addicted to them if I didn't want to". I was currently taking an anti-depressant that also treated anxiety. When I had two seizures in one week, I called him. After one week of no return phone call, I called again and left a message. It took Dr. Tesar over 30 days to call me back. Obviously, he wasn't all that concerned about my situation. To date, I have had 16 of these seizures, with no help at all from Dr. Tesar or the Cleveland Clinic Neurology Department. I finally went to my family doctor who suggested that they were hormonally related (they only happen during my periods) and is sending me to a hormonal specialist OUTSIDE of the Cleveland clinic. I am so dissatisfied with Dr. Tesar and the Cleveland Clinic Epilepsy/Neurology Department. I have been poorly treated. I have a Psychiatrist who is outside of the CC who is a wonderful doctor. I wouldn't send my worst enemy to Dr. Tesar.

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Dr. Tesar is a horrible doctor and I cannot understand how he gets any good ratings at all. I was referred to Dr. Tesar after being seen by the Cleveland Clinic epilepsy department two times. Dr. Tesar diagnosed my seizures in 10 minutes as being "mentally/anxiety" related. He never offered me any sort of treatment plan other than ATIVAN. When I explained that I was a recovering addict and could not take Ativan on a regular basis, he told me that "I wouldn't get addicted to them if I didn't want to". I was currently taking an anti-depressant that also treated anxiety. When I had two seizures in one week, I called him. After one week of no return phone call, I called again and left a message. It took Dr. Tesar over 30 days to call me back. Obviously, he wasn't all that concerned about my situation. To date, I have had 16 of these seizures, with no help at all from Dr. Tesar or the Cleveland Clinic Neurology Department. I finally went to my family doctor who suggested that they were hormonally related (they only happen during my periods) and is sending me to a hormonal specialist OUTSIDE of the Cleveland clinic. I am so dissatisfied with Dr. Tesar and the Cleveland Clinic Epilepsy/Neurology Department. I have been poorly treated. I have a Psychiatrist who is outside of the CC who is a wonderful doctor. I wouldn't send my worst enemy to Dr. Tesar.

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