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About Dr. Judith Solomon
Dr. Judith Solomon, DO is a Doctor primarily located in Phoenix, AZ, with other offices in Phoenix, AZ and Phoenix, AZ . She has 21 years of experience. Her specialties include Neurology. Dr. Solomon is affiliated with Carl T. Hayden Veterans Affairs Medical Center, John C Lincoln Hospital - North Mountain and Phoenix Baptist Hospital Med Center. She speaks English.
Dr. Judith Solomon has the following 1 specialty
A neurologist is a physician who diagnoses and treats disorders of the nervous system which is comprised of the brain, spinal cord and nerves. These doctors do not perform surgery, but refer patients to neurological surgeons when they determine that surgical intervention is necessary.
Some of the conditions that neurologists diagnose and treat are epilepsy, aneurysms, hydrocephalus, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, spinal disc herniation, and spinal disease.
In addition to using diagnostic tests like MRI, CT scans, EEG and EMG, neurologists also employ neurological testing to gauge muscle strength and movement, balance, reflexes, sensation, memory, speech, and other cognitive abilities.
Dr. Judith Solomon has the following 4 expertise
- Alzheimer's Disease
- Migraine Disorders
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
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Making an appointment is sometimes difficult, this is only due to the VA and should not be blamed on her. The saying "Good things come to those who wait" should also be kept in mind because she is an awesome doctor and spends a good amount of time with her patients so sometimes we have had to wait quite a bit but that's perfectly fine as she always spends time with me and never rushes through anything. I highly recommend her!
This woman forgets everything about her patients, doesnt put in notes after appointments, i discovered that after pulling my own medical records. so no medical doctor notes after appts is great but she also falsified my records by stating incorrect information about me to the MVD. I will be filing a complaint to the medical board to have her medical practive reviewed. oh, and not to mention you will wait hours to see her she falls wayyyy over her alloted appt times.
I am not surprised at the low opinions the patients have of this doctor. I went to this doctor for a confirmation or a rule-out of a diagnosis; during my first visit with this woman, we discussed my problems; she would read from the form I filled out and smirk as she asked me questions. It was strange, but I was obliging. When she was reading (aloud) the results of my previous MRI, she smirked and said she doubted "his" conclusion; she further stated she never trusts other doctors' interpretations of tests. BEFORE the test was ever done, Dr. Solomon told me the other doctors were wrong, and that she expected to find nothing. The tests she planned to perform were painful, so I did not want to go through that if she had already made up her mind that I was 'fine'. I was experiencing loss of memory and difficulty finding the correct words, so when she asked questions, there were moments I had difficulty expressing myself; she found this entertaining ; she gave me condescending smirks each time she would read something from my chart. As the visit with this woman continued, I became more and more self-conscious. She instructed me to bring shorts with me so on my next visit because she would be giving me the muscle and nerve tests. I brought the shorts with me and changed into them in the examining room. Her assistant seemed to be entering data as the doctor administered the test, and there were a few minutes between parts of the test where the doctor would sit down next to her assistant with a folder in her hands; Dr. Solomon would hold the folder in front of her face, whisper to her assistant, and they both would get a real kick out of the comment. the laughter was not loud, but it still bothered me. If three people are in a room and only two are in on the joke, it is usual that the third person IS the joke. More importantly, this is a PROFESSIONAL SETTING...both their behaviors were inappropriate, but the doctor is the lead - I hold HER responsible for her assistant's behavior.Once the testing finally ended, Dr. Solomon instructed me to make an app't for the results, and she abruptly existed the room, leaving with the door wide open; when I got up to close the door in order to change my clothes, she saw me and asked what I was doing. When I explained I needed to change back into my street clothes, she made a very snide remark "oh, I thought you came in looking like that" and laughed. It was at this time when she remembered that I had a CD of an MRI performed by another doctor, and she asked if I would bring it with me in order that she might look for herself why the other doctors made the diagnosis that they had chosen. At my next visit, I received the results of the tests, and she looked at the CD I brought; she asked if she could keep it for a week so that she could study it closely. I left that CD with her; when I called a week later, She did not remember ME and she did not recall having ever seen a CD. After a minute or two, she told me to try again at another time. I called several times, and she told me each time she could not find it. Finally I went TO her office without an appointment in order to hopefully get her to look for my CD. When I arrived at her office, a staff member called her out and when she finally showed her face, she said she would mail it to me IF she finds it; but I said I would prefer picking it up. I tried a few more times, but after three or four months, I stopped calling. It was obvious she should not have been trusted with my CD - she had no respect for my property. this woman is UNprofessional and, in my layman opinion, she has an actual personality problem. I not only would NEVER recommend her, I would go out of my way to PREVENT anyone from seeing her - it is a waste of time, money and self-confidence. This woman decides she likes you or dislikes you in the first minute of meeting, and uses ridicule to make sure you know your place.
My Doctor referred me to this office. I scheduled an appointment and had a family emergency which prevented my keeping the appointment. I phoned the office, however, wasn't within their cancellation guidelines. The office turned my first appointment billing over to a collection agency and reported to my Credit Bureau. Their office probably spent more collecting than my first appointment would have cost, which gives you an idea of the sympathy this office has. I will be filing my own reports with the AMA and although she's not BBB accredited, creating a BBB page to warn others. None of her web sites came up in tonight's search, so uncertan if one is active currently. I've never met this Doctor, nor stepped foot inside her office. A Neurologist should be caring, but obviously money means more to this Doctor. Out of 15 reviews she is two stars and that is something I wish I'd seen before scheduling an appointment!
Dr. Solomon is affiliated (can practice and admit patients) with the following hospital(s).
Carl T. Hayden Veterans Affairs Medical Center
John C Lincoln Hospital - North Mountain
Phoenix Baptist Hospital Med Center
21 Years Experience
Graduated in 1992
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