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Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on July 11th, 2019
We so appreciated the time that Dr. Driver-Dunckley gave us. We felt so much better after discussing all of our options and concerns that we had.
Danger! Stay away!
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on December 19th, 2015
This is by far the worst Doctor I have ever seen. She would not listen to me at all and gave me the wrong diagnosis. Shocking that she is working for Mayo. She is very rude and unfriendly. I advise you to stay away.
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on October 14th, 2015
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on October 7th, 2015
don't waste your time
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on March 16th, 2015
I have preiously seen this Dr. Dunkly and cannot stand doctors like her! Her arrogance is incredible like that of someone who helieves their opinion is the only one that matters. Like other posts here I tested positive for a movement disorder called Dystonia but, rather than look at all the notes and testing I previously had she came to her own conclusions as they were the only thing that mattered. I used to have siezures due to a heart condition that was over looked for years when they found it and corrected the seizures went away I went through the crazy bit for 10 years due to doctors not looking at the whole picture. I unfortunately have to go see her to get cleared for my pacemaker to get repaired. knowing that she already thinks my movement Disorder is all in my head it scares me! She is one of those doctors that don't care about anything but her own opinion. It has been my experiance with doctors like that, that tend to make serious mistakes in patient care. Without looking at the patient and the whole of there medical conditions they zero in on crazy because they refuse to believe they could be wrong or they are to afraid to admit they just don't know. I wouldn't recomend this physician To anyone!
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on December 7th, 2014
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on August 5th, 2014
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on July 2nd, 2014
Very personable, thorough, and professional
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on September 18th, 2013
Having read the reviews for Mayo clinic's neurology doctors, I almost cancelled when I learned I had been assigned to Dr. Driver-Dunkley for my restless legs treatment. Many of her reviews spoke of her being cold and not interested in hearing about the patient's symptoms. My experience was completely the opposite which is why I felt the need to write this review. She came into the room, she was smiling and very congenial. She took notes and asked questions for at least 15 minutes. She then did a physical examination. Having been to another neurologist who WAS very cold and uninterested, I can tell you that is NOT Dr. Driver-Dunkley . When I asked questions about treatment of another condition, she gave her opinion but then referred me to other doctors at Mayo. I even asked her about a problem my husband had and she happily answered my question I confidently recommend her!
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on April 24th, 2013
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on January 24th, 2013
The worst doctor I've seen
Self-verified patient of Erika Driver-Dunckley - Posted on January 3rd, 2012
I'm sure this woman has redeeming qualities, though none were revealed to me. She seemed to mistake arrogance for professionalism. Her notes were mailed to me unsolicited and, while ignoring typos, misquotes, and the fact that she reversed the order of conclusions of previous doctors to support her diagnosis, it read like an eighth grade essay. Furthermore, failing to find neurological pathology does not dictate psychosomatic disorder. It suggests she did not bother to look for illness beyond the most basic examination. If I had accepted her psychosomatic/malingering (ironically both) diagnosis I would have condemned myself to an unnecessary life of pain and hardship, never receiving proper treatment. Fortunately I found a group of doctors that were able to find evidence of a real disease and treatment has been hopeful. A wrong diagnosis is a tragedy but to accuse (yes, accuse) a patient of "making it up" as well as insisting it is "all in their mind" is not only detrimental to their healing but creates unnecessary stress and anguish. Contrary to her insistence, a neurologist is not the one to diagnose psychogenic illness. Mayo Clinic would do well to reconsider her appointment.