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Posted on November 5th, 2015
Rude office staff. The doctors only care about writing prescriptions and getting you hooked on them isn't their concern. Find doctors to help you not hurt you. Even though there aren't many choices through the insurance providers, there is the choice to choose health care that cares not drugs ! God bless&good luck to all who also suffer,to ease the pain
dont be fooled
Posted on March 15th, 2015
They just like to write scripts and don't care about treatment and what's really going on. Very rude office staff in person and on phone.Dr mendehlson isn't even who you get to see .and when you do that first time or two going there...he doesn't even look at you just writes scripts and sends you on your way.not where you go for accurate care because nothing is followed up .
What an excellent Dr
Posted on August 26th, 2013
Dr. Mendelsohn is a caring & knowledgable professional whenever I am in his office he has a way of making you feel comfortable about the future no matter what that future is. His listening skills are remarkable and he knows how to be experience and observant at the same time. Thank you Dr. Mendelsohn - for all you are doing for me and my spouse right now.
Posted on June 28th, 2013
A very nice man, who seems to care about his patients, allowing plenty of time for questions and conversation. The staff is very nice too.
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Posted on December 4th, 2012
Frustrated daughter of Holtsville
Posted on September 6th, 2012
My mother was taken to this doctor after she began having abnormal burning sensations, muscle wasting and abnormal gait,difficulty walking and bowel and urinary difficulty. He prescribed a brain MRI and an EMG. Both tests showed no explanation and he instructed my father to take her to a cardiologist to get a doppler test. The results of this test were also negative. He threw up his arms, saying, "There is no neurological explanation for why you are not walking right. I don't know what to tell you." He added that it may be "psychosomatic". Leaving with no answers and no hope, we then cared for her at home with increasing symptoms. We got acceptance into a skilled nursing and rehab facility for 2 months. There was still no improvement but rather, decline. She then returned to him after another neurologist declined treating her. He then looked at her legs in the office and did some arbitrary test and sent her off with the statement, " Don't worry, you'll be walking again in two weeks." After bedsores and increased decline we decided to take her to ST CHARLES Hospital where she was finally given the full scope of imaging tests such as emg on the abdomen, cat scans with and without contrast, and finally the most necessary tests of all- the MRI's with contrast of the actual SPINE!!!!! From these tests it was confirmed that she indeed had a TUMOR compressing her spinal cord at the T2 vertebrae. Isn't the SPINE PART OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM?????
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