Dr. Moodt is truly one of a kind. He treated me for TMJ when the dentist I had been seeing decided that he was tired of me. He is knowledgeable and an excellent diagnostician. He is compassionate, will call you personally to check on you, and is truly talented in his field. I suffered from horrendous headaches 3 or 4 days out of a week. No one could explain what was causing the headaches nor provide relief from them. Dr. Mood??s office got me in within a few days, he diagnosed the possible problem on the first visit, on the second visit he provided a test remedy, on the third visit he provided the permanent remedy, and I was pain free for years. When I was on vacation and forgot my brace, he called me to provide possible options. Some 20 years later when I was no longer under his care or treatment, I called to schedule an appointment and described the situation to his staff . He called, told me he did not think I needed to come in for an appointment, and provided an alternative for me that remedied my problem. What doctors call you personally? How many recommend that you do NOT come in for an appointment and then give you a solution to your problem FREE OF CHARGE? He is an excellent doctor who really knows and understands the type of pain a person may be suffering. He goes above and beyond the call of duty to help his patients.
I saw Dr. Blood for a surgery on a stone in my salivary glad. He explained the procedure completely, followed up with me and was available to speak to when I had a concern after the surgery. He is an excellent professional.
I have seen Dr. Simko for at least 25 years. He his honest, straight forward and will refer you to specialists when needed. He is compassionate and caring and takes into consideration the wishes of his patients regarding treatment. I have been well-treated by him and would recommend him without hesitation.
Dr. Antochow is very careful and precise. When I was unsure whether his vision test was correct because I learned I was diabetic when I had had the test, he saw me at no expense to double check his findings. I expected a very cursory exam, but he took a very thorough exam and double checked to be sure that his results were the same. I would trust him to do my exam for vision without any doubts or fears. He is a professional who takes great care and consideration of his patients. He is available at most of the United Optical locations so you can get in one place or the other without waiting too long for an appointment.
I have seen Dr. Fitch for nearly 25 years. Dr. Fitch recently moved to the Carolina's and this is our loss. She was an excellent family physician. She knew her patients so well that she could know which medications would be beneficial and which most likely would not work. She is thorough and willing to work with a person. Sorry to say her replacement is so awful.
I began to see Dr. Craven when Dr. Sating retired. I had tried a few others, but none were very precise, careful, or would take the time with me that I required. I have very sensitive eyes. My eyes can detect changes that they should not be capable of perceiving so I want to have someone take time with me when I get my eyes examined for glasses. Dr. Craven was referred to me by my family doctor. He has been very thorough. In the past, he has taken time with me to answer all my questions. Recently he did cataract surgeries for my husband's eyes. He has done my eye exam for years. His office got me in on short notice when I saw flashing lights at the corners of my eyes and was afraid I might have a problem with the retina. He helped prescribe my migraine headaches as a result of this visit. On my most recent visit I felt that he was rushed and that he spent less time with me than he had in the past. He had a technician do most of the actual vision test while he did all of the medical exam. I would have felt better if he had done the vision exam as he had in the past. When I had questions about the prescription, his staff was almost rude and very unhelpful. In the past, the doctor would put the prescription in a frame and double check the measurements, but he did not do this nor did the technician. I was disappointed, but he is a very good doctor and most others are not as knowledgeable, careful, or precise as he is. I would trust him to do surgery on my eyes if they required it.
Dr. Wolf took over for Dr. Fitch so I went to him when she left. They told me my insurance would take care of the visit, it did not. I told him I could not take certain medicines, he prescribed something that caused a violent allergic reaction. When I called his office, he told me to "sleep it off". I was left with the same problem I had seen him for as well as the misery of the allergic reaction and a huge bill $175 for an office visit. I will never go back to this doctor.
I saw Dr. Mandel for a bad knee. I was 50 years old. He basically told me I had bone on bone arthritis, that I should take Ibuprophen and Glucosamine to see if they help. I explained I had done that. I asked him what else I could do. He said well they won't allow me to do surgery because it is bone on bone so you really need a knee replacement, but you are too young.
I have since gotten much relief from seeing a Muscle Activation Specialist and a Chiropractor.
Dr. Roberts was able to help me when no one else could. He is a surgeon, but is willing to prescribe therapy if he believes it will help. He has helped me ever since 1997 when I threw my back out and had seen two other doctors as a result of my trip to the emergency room. Both informed me that I would have to quit working, have a series of surgeries requiring in home or nursing home care for six or more months, and probably would not work ever again. I was 40. Dr. Roberts prescribed a 12 week physical therapy program, and I was able to return to work without surgery. When I threw my back out in 2010, I had to wait nearly a month and a half to see him even though I told the receptionist that in a month I might be perfectly fine. I stressed that I needed to be seen NOW, but she insisted I had to be considered a NEW PATIENT since I had not been in for more than 2 years. I took the appointment, went to my Chiropractor, and when I saw Dr. Roberts, I made him aware of this. He agreed with me that they should have made me an appointment with someone. He is not a fan of Chiropractors, but medical doctors are not always current on alternative treatments. I will make a point to see him routinely so that when I need to get in, I can. Every time I have seen him he has been very busy. I always feel as though he is rushing to get on to the next person. I always end up waiting for 30-45 minutes. I am very confident in his talents and abilities and would recommend him.
A very nice person, but I had no confidence in the doctor's ability to treat me. I was looking for a new doctor after mine had retired when a friend recommended Dr. Sehgal. I had had a cough for several months. I saw Dr. Sehgal twice for this cough. I left and never returned after she prescribed a second medicine without really doing any serious investigation about what was the cause of the cough. In addition, I learned that the medicine had very damaging side effects. When I asked her why this cough was not leaving and what was causing it, she said she did not know. She gave me a sample of Advair, stressed how important it was to hold the Advair in a perfectly horizontal method and demonstrated how to use it. NEVER did she mention the fact that the mouth needed to be rinsed and re-rinsed to remove the powder from the mouth so as not to cause damage to the teeth. And the medicine was for Asthma and no test had been done for it.