Rate Dr. David Cassius
Dr. David Cassius's Ratings
Dr. Cassius is one of a kind. He takes his time with his patients and show genuine concern for your well being.
Submitted Sept. 19, 2014 | flag
Dr. Cassius is a kind, caring and compassionate Doctor. He is very talented and has helped to relieve my pain. He is a very thoughtful physician who takes the time out to get to know his patients and truly understand their pain.
Submitted June 22, 2011 | flag
he was rude, unprofessional. Left me feeling very belittled - almost abused. Would not go back to this doctor.
Submitted March 8, 2011 | flag
Very good doctor who I recommend to anyone with sport injury, back/spine pain, shoulder, knee injuries.
Submitted Aug. 19, 2010 | flag
Although I had to wait I did not mind as he took his time and is very very thorough. One reason he runs late is he tries to fit in patients that call in at the last minute because they are in pain. Dr. Cassius will refer out to other Dr's. not in his field and they have always been top notch. I have referred him to others and they are very very satisfied also. He identified a thyroid problem, sent me to Dr. Murray and I have been almost pain free since. Just take a book to read.
Submitted Oct. 7, 2009 | flag
disrespect for patients schedule by running often times more than an hour late!!! Nice man but can't trust someone who appears to be very disorganized and scattered!
Submitted Nov. 8, 2008 | flag
Dr. Cassius is a kind, caring man. He'll do whatever he can to fit you into his schedule and he takes all insurance plans. He uses trigger point injections to relieve pain while the patient works in PT to strengthen those areas. In theory, this should allow the patient to work to regain function with minimal pain. NB: There isn't a consensus on what constitutes a trigger point nor is trigger point theory accepted by the medical community at large. This doesn't mean that it doesn't work. Cassius also attempts to help patients reduce/eliminate the amt of pain meds taken however this may increase patients' pain levels. It's not unusual to wait an hour to see him which he says is due to being thorough with every patient. This doesn't explain why he is routinely an hour late for his first appointment of the day. He hasn't always carefully checked into the background of his referrals. At one point, he unknowingly referred patients to a practitioner who wasn't registered to practice in WA.
Submitted Feb. 15, 2008 | flag
Very interested and caring manner. Effective treatment and suggestions. Would recommend him highly.
Submitted Nov. 14, 2007 | flag
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