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Posted on November 2nd, 2015
I was seen for spontaneous spinal fluid leaks following an aneursym clipping surgery and after seeing 7 neurologist to determine the cause and treatment for my severe headaches he finally gave me answers to my questions and recommendations for treatmens. I will forever be grateful for his kind and compassionate care.
More than a good doctor
Posted on October 9th, 2015
Dr. Mokri is very kind and patient. He is positive and helps you to feel at ease. He was able to diagnose a very rare condition that no other doctor that I had seen was able to diagnose. Dr. Mokri is not all business, he is friendly and talks to you like a regular person.
Posted on November 26th, 2014
Took time to listen and is very knowledgable with new neurological medicine. Saved my life, along with God and myself fighting back. Obeyed my parents to not tell me I had only 12 to 18 mths to live (32 years ago). Did everything he could when I was fighting cancer.
A Bit Arrogant
Posted on October 8th, 2014
We found Dr. Mokri to be a no nonsense individual who had little time or interest in listening to concerns. It appeared that he had made a decision prior to entering the examination room. He was abrupt, hurried and bordered on being rude. He made us feel that we had wasted his time although we were the ones who had driven over six hours for the appointment.
Galridge, Inc. president
Posted on January 10th, 2014
Dr. Mokri was the best. Incredible, Intelligent. I need to come back for a follow up for chari. Extreme head pains. Extremely satisfied with the entire Mayo process.
31 year check up
Posted on September 12th, 2013
An excelent neurological physician!
Posted on July 17th, 2012
I traveled 1200 miles and spent a couple of thousand dollars to learn the cause for respiratory muscle weakness. I had numerous objective studies done showing this weakness but not the cause. I also had an old neurosurgical problem diagnosed and confimed by x-ray evidence, EMG evidence, and multiple doctors. This doctor did not read the note I had written prior to my visit inferring he didn't have time though it was quite succint in laying out why I was there and my questions. He didn't look at my previous records or tests other than one x-ray and BEFORE he examined me he started arguing that I could not have had the previous diagnosis. He spent the entire office call arguing about that and never one time addressed the reason I was there. He acted like nothing was wrong and I was crazy and basically wrote up his report to make it sound like I complained of things with no basis and was either non cooperative with his exam or faking things on it. Yeah right! You would drive all the way to Mayo and spend a couple thousand dollars to fake symptoms that were not why you were even there! What a jerk! I have never had such a bad experience in my life and unfortunately I still have no diagnosis for what is wrong. He should stick with research and quit seeing patients! The things he addressed in his report were not even why I was there and there were outside tests demonstrating the problems that he tried to act like were in my head. Thinking he may have missed the tests I had brought in I sent them to him again with a note to which he did not reply. Apparently he thinks he is God and is so good he can diagnose you without even examining you or looking at test results and then he chooses to disbelieve his physical exam and act like you are crazy or a fake because it doesn't fit the theory he had before his exam. He should stick with research instead of patient care!
Posted on September 25th, 2015
Posted on April 2nd, 2015
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