Surgical Specialist, Physiatrist (physical, rehabilitation)
26 years of experience
Video profile
Accepting new patients
Neurological Institute of Savannah & Center For Spine
1213 Merchants Way
Unit A
Statesboro, GA 30458
912-355-1010
Locations and availability (5)

Patient Reviews ?

Overall Rating:
3.0
  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
Total Ratings

4

Total Reviews

2

Ratings
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Ease of Appointment:
  • Currently 2.6666666666667 of 4 stars
Promptness:
  • Currently 1.6666666666667 of 4 stars
Courteous Staff:
  • Currently 2.6666666666667 of 4 stars
Accurate Diagnosis:
  • Currently 3.3333333333333 of 4 stars
Bedside Manner:
  • Currently 3.3333333333333 of 4 stars
Spends Time with Me:
  • Currently 3 of 4 stars
Follows Up After Visit:
  • Currently 2 of 4 stars
Average Wait: 60 minutes
  • Currently 2 of 4 stars
 |  Terrible office response  |  show details
Feb 29th, 2012

You can call many times & leave a voice mail & they never return your call. They tell you they need to ck on stuff & they will let you know----only to NEVER get back to you. Dr Lindley is good, but his ofc staff & after care is virtually non-existant !! They just leave you hanging to fend for yourself & do the best you can. Thye just dont care & seem to not know how to do their job !!!

  • Currently 2 of 4 stars
 |  After Care  |  show details
Jul 21st, 2011

After my husbands surgery he lost use of his right arm. We were told that this was possibly due to swelling and the use would come back. It has been one year to date and still unable to use the arm. After the surgery he explained to us that it must be the mysterious Root 5 syndrome. Can;t find any info on this. The Doctor suggested that he could go back into his neck and see what the problem was. We opted not to have immediate surgery again. This week alone my husband has called the office and left 4 messages to have a MRI done and no one has returned our call. Great getting in but once they have your money good luck. We spent on the average 2 to 3 hours per appointment sitting in the waiting room. Overbooks patients