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Neurologist (brain, nervous system)
36 years of experience
Accepting new patients

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The Best I Know show details The Best I Know
by Pamela Harley on Jun 16th, 2016

Dr Hajamurad is extremely busy and a bit quiet in the beginning, but his concern for his clients at of his utmost priority. He has been referred to by major neurosurgeons for follow up or opinion. I would not see anyone else. That would not be an option. He is Great.

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Daughter of patient show details Daughter of patient
by Debbie Ratcliff on May 11th, 2016

He helped beyond what was expected. He explained the test and wrote a letter regarding the outcome of the scan

by Shannon on Apr 17th, 2014

He did every possible test and found early MS. I found him very kind and reassuring . I would recommend him to anyone and will continue to follow up with him.

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Disappointed! show details Disappointed!
May 10th, 2013

This doctor does not listen to his patients. He totally ignores what you are trying to tell him. He barely speaks to you and when he does, it is extremely hard to understand him. He does not even bother to look at you while speaking you are speaking to him and vice versa. His staff can be very rude as well. Do not call them expecting to talk to someone pleasant because it will not happen. They can be VERY RUDE.

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attitude show details attitude
Oct 10th, 2012

This doctor tends to be sharp and use a commanding tone with patient. Prescribed medicine made me ill, and he ignored what I told him and represcribed the same meds which made me very ill once again. Doctor needs to listen to what patient is telling him instead of believing he knows all. Every patient is different.

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