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Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on April 19th, 2017
I had one appointment with Dr. Muley. I came from out of state and waited 2 months for the appointment. The doctor could not give me a full 15 minutes of his time. His exam was brief and inconsistent. He was unable to answer my questions and did not take the time to even review my medical history. He dismissed my concerns and had the worst bedside manner I've ever experienced. I would not recommend this so called "docto"r to my worst enemy.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on July 11th, 2016
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on June 7th, 2016
Dr. Muley is an outstanding neurologist and a brilliant diagnostician. He has been my neurologist for 4 years. I'm from Tucson but drive up to Phoenix to see him because he is worth it. Before finding Dr. Muley, I'd been seen by two neurologists in Tucson, neither of whom had a clue how to diagnose me. I have a rare autoimmune disease and was getting progressively worse (loss of balance, inability to walk). But when I was finally referred, after 2 years, to Dr. Muley, he was able to put all the evidence together, give me a correct diagnosis, and begin treating me immediately. [How do I know his diagnosis is correct? It was confided independently by neuromuscular neurologists at Mayo Clinic, Rochester Minn., and at Northwestern Hospital, Chicago). Over the next 1.5 years, he was willing to refer me to specialists at two other top institutions at my request when I wanted a second opinion or to discuss treatment alternatives. He also supported my insurance appeal for my treatment and did a peer-to-peer phone consultation with another specialist. For such a brilliant doctor, he is very modest and unassuming. He always takes my opinion and desires into account when considering next steps. He communicates with me directly by email in between appointments, as needed. I cannot say enough good things about Dr. Muley. He saved my quality-of-life and has kept me walking for the last 4 years.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on November 4th, 2015
Only seen once. Office and staff more than pleasant. Dr. seems efficient, spent time. Appears competent but much too early to tell. The most recent review is much b etter. Perhaps he has mellowed out? ?
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on October 26th, 2015
I'm surprised by the other reviews. They have been the exact opposite. He first saw me in the hospital when they were trying to figure out why I suddenly went blind in one eye. He was extremely caring, very knowledgeable, explained things as long as I needed. He fought my insurance company when they wanted to put me on a less expensive drug that was not right for me. I'm not sure if these other reviews are actual patients of his since they never describe anything that I have witnessed. I have Multiple Sclerosis and Dr. Muley has been excellent. I would recommend him to all other MS patients.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on April 9th, 2015
I selected Barrows for a procedure and Dr. Muley was the provider. I am a retired RN and I have to admit that during all my years as both a nurse and a patient I have never met such a rude and angry doctor. I was frightened by him. Out of concern for others I told him that I believe he needs a mental health evaluation. His response confirmed his need for an evaluation. He rambled on about how he did the procedure as well as he would have done for his own mother, seemingly not realizing that when a patient is not under anesthesia that a certain degree of bedside manner is required. His manner goes far beyond poor social skills and is unacceptable by any standard. To frighten a patient with an outburst of anger prior to an invasive procedure is highly unprofessional. And, to complete a long, invasive procedure without ever speaking to the patient shows a complete lack of compassion. These are just two examples out of many that I endured during my visit. Life with a neuromuscular disease is difficult enough, please be cautious if you have choices in providers. There are many compassionate, brilliant neuro specialists out there. In my opinion, Dr. Muley is not one of them.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on April 8th, 2015
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on September 17th, 2014
Dr Muley makes up his mind very quickly, doesn't listen, rushes, it is clear that he is in the medical profession for status, money or whatever but definitely not for the patient. :-( :-( :-(
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on August 13th, 2014
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on July 10th, 2014
Dr Muley is "all smiles" but not much going on upstairs(brain), waste of time and money to see this man.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on June 10th, 2014
I cannot believe there are doctors like S. Muley practicing out there, such a disgrace for Barrow's and the patients who trust Barrow's Institute even more so.
Self-verified patient of Dr. Suraj A Muley - Posted on January 3rd, 2014
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