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Like to be introduced to a really smart woman and doctor?!
Self-verified patient of Dr. Maria Choy - Posted on September 5th, 2019
A really wonderful doctor and person!! Thinks out of the box and is able to listen!!
Self-verified patient of Dr. Maria Choy - Posted on June 1st, 2019
I took my mom with concerns of Alzheimer’s. Mom is 79 and runs in family. Turns out after tests and reviews of her prescribed medication, that her medications were causing mom to have memory loss!! What a relief! She spoke to mom in Spanish made us feel at ease. Knows her stuff! HIGHLY RECOMMEND . She is helping mom with her medication and NOT ALZHEIMERS! Thank you Dr. Choy❤️
The doctor was recommended by my GP but does not participate in NJ Aetna Medicare PPO.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Maria Choy - Posted on January 18th, 2019
The doctor was recommended by my GP but does not participate in NJ Aetna Medicare PPO. There office want payment up front and then they will submit insurance claim for me even though the plan covers out of network the same as in network. I'm afraid the billed amount I will have to pay up front will exceed the amount allowed by medicare as doctors usually bill at much higher rate and then accept medicare amount as payment. I don't want to pay an amount higher that what the medicare amount should be. I would prefer the doctor bill Aetna and only bill me if Aetna does not pay.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Maria Choy - Posted on May 31st, 2017
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Self-verified patient of Dr. Maria Choy - Posted on November 13th, 2015
My body was twisted and walking was extremely difficult when I first visited Dr. Choy. Other doctors thought the problem was my hip, but Dr. Choy was able to diagnose and treat my neurology which stemmed from Lyme's Disease that I had many years ago. Thanks to her acupuncture treatments and homeopathic medicine, I am no longer twisted and can walk with a minimum of pain albeit with a walker. Every step was piercing pain from the bottom of my foot up through the entire leg. I can not praise this doctor enough. She is kind and gentle and excellent at providing pain relief. I wholeheartedly recommend her to everyone.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Maria Choy - Posted on November 7th, 2015
Self-verified patient of Dr. Maria Choy - Posted on August 27th, 2015
Dr. Choy is very caring, excellent knowledge and background. She has helped me with extreme pain, made my breathing better and has brought back my sense of smell and taste. Wonderful doctor.
Horrible doctor! insensitive, rude, and uncaring
Self-verified patient of Dr. Maria Choy - Posted on July 29th, 2015
I would never recommend Dr. Choy. First of all, she prescribed me anti depressants within 5 minutes of our first visit and told me "well this is what the insurance companies like." Who says that to a patient? Mind you I am in my twenties. Secondly, I've had acupuncture many times all over the U.S. And Dr Choy was hands down the WORST I have ever had. Acupuncture does not hurt, like it hurt with her. You don't need to shove the needles in like you're about to draw blood - and that's exactly what she did, draw blood every time. I complained that it hurt me and she said "oops, you know my patients are all old so I think you're just more sensitive." No, you just don't know how to administer needles! I shouldn't have even wasted my time after the first session, because any doctor who automatically wants you on drugs without getting to know your symptoms should not be practicing. Not to mention, acupuncture should be relaxing but it's not with her. Aside from the pain of the needles she stuffed me in her copier room...ohh, how inviting! Her bedside manner is unbelievable. She told me I see life with the glass half empty and I'm a negative person and I should try and be happier. Guess what? I am SO happy I stopped going to you Dr Choy because you are downright rude, self absorbed, insensitive, and your touch is nothing short of a lions