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Posted on December 31st, 2013
I want to thank Dr. Sedek for helping me when I was in the hospital and for taking the time to listen. I think he is a good doctor. I
Posted on December 16th, 2013
I am thankful to Dr. Sadek when I was in the hospital at St. Mary Hospital.because he is nice and he listens to me. I appreciate his help.
Posted on December 2nd, 2012
it was an excellent experience getting my treatment in this office...all people treated me well ..this is the only office I have seen who higher a security to guarantee safety for all patients during the visit...
Posted on August 16th, 2012
Dr. Sadek is a psychiatrist with a sub-specialty in Addictionology. He would be negligent if he did not inquire about illicit substance and alcohol consumption. In fact, every psychiatrist should be asking those questions.
Posted on January 7th, 2012
This doctor may have experience but lacks people skills. He is very condescending and arrogant, especially if you question anything he has to say. He will try to make you feel ignorant when he's trying to make his point, talking to you as if he's talking to a child. Do yourself a favor and do not visit this doctor.
great doctor, but very busy
Posted on July 30th, 2010
Well i've been with dr. sadek for quite a while. he does give me exactly what i'm looking for and what i need, but it seems like he's such a busy man that i can barely get a hold of him. i would definitely recommend him though because he gives me all i need to stay healthy.
Posted on May 25th, 2010
He seemed to be quite knowledgable and experienced. I felt that he showed an above average level of empathy. I would recommend him to others.
Doctor did not seem interested in the patient
Posted on April 29th, 2009
The doctor was not really concerned in seeing the patient, maybe because there were so many lined up to see him. He could have been more engaging in seeing the patient. It was as if the doctor was just going through the motions. Also, the doctor seemed to have an attitude of stereotyping a certain racial/ethnic group in his questioning, e.g. he asked a patient if he/she used drugs or made hints of substance abuse. This was an inappropriate line of questioning and the doctor should have let the patient disclose that information in the session. Of course the patient was not a substance abuser and the patient was quite offended that that question was asked of him/her and the patient thought that question reflected some sort of ethnic/racial prejudice from the doctor.
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