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Posted on November 6th, 2016
I wasn't. truly amazed at how well the Docs treated Me, and they wouldn't prescribe any of my meds. I was disappointed to say the least.
Posted on July 27th, 2016
I am a medical professional, I work with the specialists and only go to see the best. I am not at all impressed with his staff in Payson [now it's been years since going there so maybe things have changed]. His AF and Orem staff are good. He has been great to see for many years for my bad migraine and brain tumor issues. I have got some second opinions my insurance demanded and definitely staying with him. He referred to brain surgeon for tumor, very appropriate. He answers all questions and takes the time you need. If he is late, which is rarely, I know he is answering someone else's questions. His scheduling doesn't make it happen often tho.
Posted on July 27th, 2016
We are still trying to diagnose the issue. Dr. Taher was great, but the efficiency of his staff was lacking. They sent us to a facility that was not in our network. Didn't order test results prior to our follow up visit. Slow to respond to insurance request for pre-authorization.
Posted on September 29th, 2015
Dr. Taher has helped me so much. After suffering chronic migraines and trigeminal neuralgia from having a brain tumor removed. He is the only Dr. that can treat these successfully with management. He does occipital nerve blocks and botox. He is a life saver!
Do not see this doctor!!
Posted on April 25th, 2014
I was referred to Dr. Taher for some visual disturbances and some unspecified white spots on my MRI. When I walked in, the office smelled aweful and the waiting room was dirty and worn down. I passed the neurology exam with flying colors. The doctor came in and told me he had no idea what was going on and ordered a spinal tap to find out if it was MS or Devic's disease or something else, and spent about 5 minutes with me. He only read the radiologist's notes on my MRI and never looked at it himself! I left the office upset and wanted to get a second opinion. I saw one of the top neurologists in the state who deals with many MS patients and she and her PA spent 1.5 hours with me and said I definitely did not have MS and that the visual problems and MRI were not patterns at all like an MS patient. After my bad experience with this doctor, I have talked to other friends of mine that had bad experiences and have been misdiagnosed by him. Sure, he is easy to get appointments with, but don't go see this doctor if you want a correct diagnosis!!
Posted on August 4th, 2013
I would like to start by saying he office staff at the orem office was pretty great but Dr Taher himself was an absolute disappointment. He hadn't even glanced at any of my tests that I was told needed to be done before getting in to see him, in fact one of the stuff had to interrupt half way through the appt in order to hand my mri results to the obviously surprised Dr. This was quickly followed by the comment that he also hadn't reviewed my EEG because the file was "corrupted" (I really doubt that was the actual case). He then repeated a handful of questions that I'd already answered at the beginning of the appt, told me I had migraines and said he'd call in a prescription which he didn't describe or even give the name of. I was fairly confused at this point since I had come in to address my sudden development of having near daily seizures. Told me to schedule a followup in two weeks and rushed off. I found a new neurologist that same day.
Posted on November 6th, 2012
I waited 55 minutes then went out to find that he was gone for lunch!
Posted on July 23rd, 2012
He sent me for four time consuming and very expensive tests. When I went back to get the results.he left me sitting in the exam room while he went to lunch. Didn't call to apoligeze.
I will seek out a new office.
Posted on June 19th, 2012
Everything about this office was half-baked. I have had difficulty getting a hold of them during office hours, when I arrived, the office was in poor shape, the wait time was extensive (over an hour), I was seen for five minutes, and the doctor didn't seem to listen to all my symptoms. I left there more scared than when I entered. He was nice though...just distant.
Poor service, pushes pills
Posted on March 26th, 2012
I was referred by our family md regarding some sudden migraines which were constant. He didn't spend much time with me and just prescribed pills and more pills. When an MRI was ordered it wasn't ordered correctly and my new and fabulous Neuro. had to redo it, which meant more money for me. Office staff wasn't very helpful or knowledgeable. Overall, not impressed and I gather from speaking to others in my community that they weren't impressed either. We have all found new Neuro MD's
Run for your life!
Posted on March 8th, 2012
Do not, I repeat, do not see this doctor. He is one of those! Went to him for a diagnoses for MS, but since I smoke that was the reason for white spots on my brain. Not sure why my foot was numb but he didn't seem to care about that or any of my other symptoms. Please save yourself from this unfortunate excuse for a doctor and find someone else.
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