Rate Dr. Mark C. Schultz
Dr. Mark C. Schultz's Ratings
Was sent to this doctor for an emergency. Had to wait till exactly my appt time. He was very short and down played my problem. Sent me for a test and never received a call back. Office staff horrible. Very unprofessional. Had to get a referral to another neurologist. Don't bother with this doctor.
Submitted July 29, 2014 | flag
Great doctor, sensitive , aware, and knowledgable. I will go back to this doctor for follow up visits.
Submitted June 10, 2014 | flag
Dr. Schultz is cold and seem uninterested in "the real human being" in front of him. In short he has very poor bad manners. Unfortunately he is approved by my insurance.
Submitted Aug. 19, 2013 | flag
After tests never ever received a call with results. When my husband called in, said we had to make another visit. Cha-ching...
Submitted May 10, 2013 | flag
Never called with results of tests. For all I know I'm dead.
Submitted Feb. 12, 2013 | flag
Dr. Schultz is wonderful. On my very first appointment, he actually came out to greet me instead of having an assistant come and get me. He asked me a lot of questions and explained everything in detail, so that I could understand what test he would be preforming, what kind of medication he wanted to start me on, and why. Dr. Schultz is one of the few doctor's that I have met, who seems to actually care.
Submitted July 1, 2012 | flag
Awful. Dr. Schultz prescribed a medication that my daughter became allergic to, stated that she could not possibly be allergic to it, and we spent thousands of dollars going to specialists, only to finally discover that she was allergic to the medication that he prescribed. If he had listened and been responsive, this would have saved us months of appointments trying to discover the source of her suffering.
Submitted March 13, 2012 | flag
I found Dr. Schultz to be kind, courteous, and very helpful. He helped me with my daily headaches to the point where I no longer suffer at all. He listened to my complaints, asked a lot of questions, and has followed up with me twice. No complaints here.
Submitted Jan. 10, 2010 | flag
This man is a hack, he hides behind an HMO, scours at my wife as she comes with me into the appointments. She mentioned to me to observe his hostle reaction towards her and I could see what she was getting from this guy. She comes with me to the appointments and ask normal question such as "what type of testing are you going to preform?" and replys with a vauge answer, "well some neurological tests" Well no S Sherlock! Which type of testing, and what are you testing for, what are you hopeing to rule out or find! She is a Researcher for a large LA Law Firm and has and excellent demeanor to watch and listen to people in depostions and earmark behavioral types. She is keenly ware that he is resting on his outdate Diplomate American Board of Neurology Title. It is a Certificate that is a step below Chiropactic. He is a usless, lackluster, non-patient friendly doctor, that is hiding in is office like a tenure hack professor. And his front office staff is community college trained, at best.
Submitted Sept. 24, 2008 | flag