Hisler Barbara Md

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Dr. Hisler could nt diagnose a patch of psoriasis (the most most common skin ailment). The main reason was that she failed to listen to her patient. She never took a scraping to see if it could be a fungus. She decided it was a friction burn of some sort and did not listen to my protest that I did not sustain any friction burns. She prescribed a burn cream that didn't work. She also prescribed a special soap for a patch of what she said was sebborhea on my face. Prior to seeing a dermatologist I had gotten a combination fungus and steroid cream from my GP. The burn cream didn't work. I informed Dr. Hislter about the fungus cream. He correctly assessed that the steroid in it was too strong. Nevertheless I told her that the cream had appeared to be working. She insisted that the redness was not a fungus, and ignored the fact that it could have been the steroid that was working. Steroids of lesser strength are used for psoriasis on places where skin thinning may be a problem. Betwen my second and third visit I tried using the same soap Dr. Hisler had prescribed for my face, and that too seemed to work somewhat while her burn cream did nothing. After a month of burn cream, Dr. Hisler decided it must be a very rare form of skin cancer. She did not listen when I told her the soap also seemed to work. I did not let her do a biopsy, but insttead when to another doctor, who immediately correctly diagnosed the red patch and the patch on my face as psoriases. He listend and said the first ointment worked because it had steroid in it. He prescribed a milder steroid ointment and the red patch went away.

The scariest part is that Drl Hisler teaches dermatology, and had a resident in her office at two of my appointments who she was merrily teaching the wrong diagnosis. Of course, I also paid for four appointments when I should have been properly diagnosed in one. I also had weeks of worry based on her cancer diagnosis. This woman should not be treating patients and definitely should not be teaching. Obviously, even associate professors can be incompetent. Stay away. YOU'VE BEEN WARNED!

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Dr. Hisler could nt diagnose a patch of psoriasis (the most most common skin ailment). The main reason was that she failed to listen to her patient. She never took a scraping to see if it could be a fungus. She decided it was a friction burn of some sort and did not listen to my protest that I did not sustain any friction burns. She prescribed a burn cream that didn't work. She also prescribed a special soap for a patch of what she said was sebborhea on my face. Prior to seeing a dermatologist I had gotten a combination fungus and steroid cream from my GP. The burn cream didn't work. I informed Dr. Hislter about the fungus cream. He correctly assessed that the steroid in it was too strong. Nevertheless I told her that the cream had appeared to be working. She insisted that the redness was not a fungus, and ignored the fact that it could have been the steroid that was working. Steroids of lesser strength are used for psoriasis on places where skin thinning may be a problem. Betwen my second and third visit I tried using the same soap Dr. Hisler had prescribed for my face, and that too seemed to work somewhat while her burn cream did nothing. After a month of burn cream, Dr. Hisler decided it must be a very rare form of skin cancer. She did not listen when I told her the soap also seemed to work. I did not let her do a biopsy, but insttead when to another doctor, who immediately correctly diagnosed the red patch and the patch on my face as psoriases. He listend and said the first ointment worked because it had steroid in it. He prescribed a milder steroid ointment and the red patch went away.

The scariest part is that Drl Hisler teaches dermatology, and had a resident in her office at two of my appointments who she was merrily teaching the wrong diagnosis. Of course, I also paid for four appointments when I should have been properly diagnosed in one. I also had weeks of worry based on her cancer diagnosis. This woman should not be treating patients and definitely should not be teaching. Obviously, even associate professors can be incompetent. Stay away. YOU'VE BEEN WARNED!

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