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Have you seen Dr. Martin Berger?
April 26th, 2017BUCHER
He took me from a Healthy 80 yr old to a weak vey painful 81 yr old.Because of him I am dieing a slow and very painful death. He left me run out of Medicin.and waited two months before giving me something for the pain from a torn rotator cup torn in three places. The pain was very very bad. After 3 months he gave me 20mgs of prosack.for my pain 2times a day.If you value your life don't go to this man.
January 8th, 2017Best Family Doctor I Ever Had!
September 10th, 2016Retired
April 5th, 2016Unethical and tricky billing
March 21st, 2016
Dr. Berger is very thorough, knowledgeable, asks questions, waits for the answers, great sense of humor. Excellent follow-through. Excellent staff from the front desk personnel, Susan is an excellent nurse. When I have needed to see others in the office, that has also been positive experiences. I would highly recommend him and his staff!
March 14th, 2016
February 22nd, 2016Recommended
Amazing physician. He took the time to explain my illness, treatment and side effects
February 18th, 2016
September 11th, 2015
June 15th, 2015Glad I found Dr. Burger
Staffing has been a problem in the past with this practice but lately it seems to be much better. Dr. Burger has always been excellent. He has a great personality and sense of humor and always makes me feel at ease. I highly recommend him.
October 8th, 2014Visit
He rushes the visit and since I needed to discuss medical clearance and diabetic neuropathy he said it would take 4 visits (4 copays) to get him up to speed. He likes to type slowly and if you talk to fast for him he gets irritated in a way he responds by letting you know you need to jump through imaginary hola hoops to get your medical clearance which involves multiple doctors which is not true as I had this done a few years ago. When you challenge him on it he changes the subject. He then tells me that diabetic neuropathy is not related to sleep apnea and stressed that in his thirty something years he has never heard such a thing. Little common sense tells you that if sleep apnea raises blood sugar it fast tracks complications such as diabetic neuropathy but he didn't seem to think so at all. He told me that I was bouncing all over the place explaining my neurorpathy blaming me for his frustrations when he was just irritated with using his ears to listen. Well sometimes conditions are complex but he obviously likes simple patients that don't involve much work but he will still charge you an arm and a leg for it. If this "smart" DR ever reads this posts I hope he reads this article to bring him up to speed on things.
September 13th, 2014Excellent Primary care provider.
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