Surgical Specialist, Neurological Surgeon, Pediatrician
45 years of experience
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Jul 18th, 2012

Wonderful treatment. Spot on DX. Bedside manner impeccable. Warm and generous with his time.

Dec 18th, 2010

Dr. Peacock treated our son, who was then 11 years old, in 1996. Our son was diagnosed with an unusual scoliosis condition which required two surgeries, first to release a tethered spinal cord and then to fuse two vertebrae in his lower back. Dr. Peacock performed the surgery to release the tethered spinal cord at UCLA in the spring of 1996. Thereafter we had the spinal fusion surgery done at UC San Francisco. That surgery was less than successful in that our son was afflicted with tremendous leg pain. When UC San Francisco did not give this problem the attention it deserved and needed, we were left without a medical option there. We went back to Dr. Peacock. He found us a highly qualified orthopedic surgeon at UCLA who correctly diagnosed the problem stemming from the spine fusion. Our son had a third operation to fix the problem and became well again within about 2 months after that. Dr. Peacock literally saved our son-he was kind, vigilant, took our calls at any time of the day or night, met us at the emergency room and relentlessly sought out the answers to our son's complications from the spinal fusion surgery. He is a magnificent physician and, if it is possible, an even better human being.

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by Susan Stribich on May 30th, 2010

Dr. Peacock performed a selective dorsal rhizotomy on my daughter when she was almost four years old. The surgery helped her to stand more upright. She is now 19 years old, driving an adapted car and STILL ambulating with crutches! If she hadn't had this surgery, and a subsequent orthopedic surgery, I am sure she would be in a wheelchair by now. She is determined NOT to use a wheelchair. She now attends CSULB where they have a great support structure for disabled students. She was advised to obtain a wheelchair for campus use but she would have nothing of it! She is currently enrolled as an art student with an interest in photography (but she's also a good writer). She's always socially involved with friends from church and loves the independence of finally being able to drive. She is currently living at home but talks about moving out on her own. She's always been a determined kid! Mom, dad and her two brothers (now 13 and 8) are all doing well!Blessings to you, Warwick Peacock!! I hope that you and your family are all doing well. (my husband became a true follower of Christ almost two years ago...what a difference!)Susan

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by Linda Muller on Feb 11th, 2010

Dr Peacock operated(selective Rhyzotomy) on my 2 yr old spastic twin sons at the Red Cross Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa in the early 80's. The twins are now 30 years old & very mobile, living their own lives & driving specially adapted cars.He is the most awesome surgeon & made us feel very confident with his then new opearting procedure.His bedside manner is very caring & we feel extremely grateful & blessed that he was available to us at a time in our childrens lives when there were not many options available to get our twins mobile.Our greetings & best wishes are extended to Dr Peacock