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Dr. Potti, Old Annapolis Road, Ellicott City, MD
Dr. Potti is one of the BEST Physician's I have ever had. Top notch care, great listener, professional bed side manner and truly cares about her patients. Office staff are extremely friendly and helpful. Great first time experience.
3450 old washington road, Kmaran N. Raja, waldorf, MD
Dr. Kamran N. Raja was very professional explain the procedure before, during and after the sugary (extracting a root) knew exactly what should be done. With all my fear seeing a dentist he recognizes my fear talked to me trough every step his assistant was as good as he was
john strobis, 880n.w.13 th st., boca raton, FL
i love this doctor, he send me to the best doctors , dr.charles toman, for my knee s operation,who did both knee s for one and many more doctor for different things Dr Strobis is the best.i m 74 ages old and i feel like i m in my 50th, thank god for wend you find a great md. your s truelly Ralph DYER
Linda Chermak, 3957 Lawrence Hwy., Charlotte, MI, 48813
Dr Chermak is the most compassionate Dr I've ever had. She mails us Iinformation when she runs across anything pertinent to us. She is always looking for solutions for us. She has hundreds of suggestions for making our health better, not just pills. Dr Chermak always takes time with us. She never rushes, always goes that extra mile. When my husband was very ill, she gave me her personal phone number. If I have a question, I can text her and she always answers. She even went to visit my husband in a hospital in another city. She is caring, compassionate, and human. We count ourselves very lucky to be in her care. We are getting old and we've had many many doctors. She is wonderful, we absolutely love her.
abimbola afolabi, 17005 Old Orchard Road, lewes, DE, 19958
Dr. Afolabi is a wonderful dr. She is very concerned with your health and will not give up until she has figured out the problem and takes care of it. she is so knowledgeable in her field and explains constantly as she goes along diagnosing your problem. Her staff is also very good. pleasant and knowledgeable. Both my husband and i have been patients of hers. she was so thorough with my husband that she was able to find cancer that would not have been found that soon if she was not so determined to get to the bottom of the situation. i credit her with helping to save my husbands life. Their couldn't be a better orthopedic doctor for us. We are so fortunate to have her as our doctor.
Manin, Old York Road and Montgomery, Elkins Park, PA
He handles patients roughly. He displays a remarkable stupidity in not being able to think outside of the medical model, He is intimidating by his show of egotistical indifference to your medical condition and does not follow up or humanely explain your prognosis He is Dr. Death.
Michael Lim, Baltimore, MD
Dr. Michael Lim operated on a benign meningioma near my brain stem in Jan 2012. I wrote before, but hit the wrong key and it was posted prematurely. I did much research and Dr. Lim answered my myriad of questions before and after surgery. A PHd nurse friend of mine recommended him to me. I am located in Philadelphia, PA and made the decision to go to Baltimore for the surgery. I no longer have electric facial pain. I am a 69 year old female and am active in sports. The operation was 6 hrs in a difficult location at the base of my brain. I could have lost my vision, hearing, balance, and had facial droop and speech problems. I did not. I am deeply grateful to Dr. Lim for saving my life. One other thing--Dr. Lim operates on Tuesdays; the schedule was full for many weeks. He took my case and operated on a 24 hour notice when the operating room was available on a Friday. He had a busy work week, surgeries on his regular operating day, and continued to help me by operating again at the end of a week. There couldn't have been a more positive outcome. Thank you!
Michael Lim, Baltimore, MD
Dr. Michael Lim, neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, MD operated on my benign meningioma in January 2012. It was at the base of my brain near the brain stem pressing on my trigeminal nerve resulting in excruciating facial pain. I was allergic to all the successive trials of drugs given and a craniotomy and not cyberknife was necessary to resolve it. I trusted Dr. Lim's expertise and surgical skill for the difficult operation. I am five years out now and now 69 years old. I am an active female who plays pickleball (like tennis) almost daily.
Dr. Travis Hecker, Hendersonville, NC
This doctor gave me a drug that my pharmacist warned me about, so I only bought 6 pills. In a few days I got a letter from my insurance company sent me a letter stating this drug is unsafe to give to those over 65 for the side effects were awesome. I passed out so many times but the most dangerous time was I got in my car. Thank God I got a phone call and did not drive the car. I was going to get my puppy from my groomer and could have killed myself and others on the road. After the call, I passed out in the car at around 3 :00 until 7:30 in the evening. Bless the groomers heart for she knew I would not leave my dog and EMS. God Bless that man for I really would not have been able to walk into my home. I confronted Hecker. Asked me what had killed my pain before, told they gave me a drug in the called percoset. I did not really know what it was. I said to him in a very calm manner I could ring your neck, I thought a common saying. He.left the room and in a few minutes, it struck me that this man was angry. and I was upset for I. had profiled his behavior and got up walked a little improvised office, no doors, where I experienced something I have never seen, a temper tantrum to beat the band. In my life time, I flew for a major airline as a flight attendant and a teacher of 12th graders. I have never seen anything like it !!!!. But found my former doctor who told me that he had been fired from that medical system but to cover themselves did not publicly announced it. NOW this powder keg is Brevard County's problem.. The thought of being put under by this man is horrifying to me and should be to anyone. In my opinion, he is an extremely, insecure person which certainly shows if you question his authority. I was thrown out of the pain clinc and given a bottle of oxycodone-7.5_325 It was issused to me on May 17 16 and I still have the bottle with plenty of pills in it. After that day with Hecker, it was amazing of how people called to say how sorry they were. Oh, I went to the NC medical Board, they thought it was perfectly ok. Am sure the hospital backed him completely, but they finally figured it out and let him go. Now my final thought, this was done to a lady who has a spine desinitagrating, a knee that isi in horrid shape and is painful and was 72 years old. Be careful Hendersonville, you have tome bomb ticking but so sure this fool would have another story.