Dr. John M. Epley
Dr. John M. Epley
|Specialty:||Ear Nose and Throat (ENT)|
|Practice:||Epley, Dr. John M|
|Hospital:||Portland Otologic Clinic|
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|Accepting New Patients:||No|
Ear Nose and Throat (ENT)-related: ears, nose, throat, hearing loss, tonsillitis, nasal surgery, endoscopy, laryngology, reconstructive surgery of the head and neck, thyroid surgery, endoscopic sinus surgery, swallowing disorders, sleep apnea, vertigo
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Ive heard a lot of negative press about Dr Epley. But I would like to report that in 1991 I had a serious accident that left me with a perilymph fistula. Dr Epley was the only one that was able to diagnose the problem and treat it. Many other doctors just blew me off and told me to "get a life". Hard to do when vertigo/balance problems kept me confined to bed for voer 2 yrs. Granted, it took 5 surgeries to place a graph over the hole but eventually the graph took and it saved my life. Today, 20 yrs later, all I'm left with is some mild balance problems, but no vertigo. Without Dr Epley's help, I hate to think about where I would be today. God Bless you Dr Epley!
Insurance: Blue Cross / Blue Shield
||3/21/12||SYSTEM: Practice changed from "PORTLAND OTOLOGIC CLINIC" to "Epley, Dr. John M"|
||8/2/11||5||5||5||5||Excellent practitioner, wise, knowledgeable, tough, kind, a titan.||Respond|
||1/30/09||5||5||5||5||Without doubt the most caring and knowledgable professional in his field. After failing to obtain any proper diagnosis to vestibular problems in Canada, I visited Dr Epley for a full evaluation. The caring and empathetic approach received from Dr Epley was shared by each and every one of his staff.I would highly recommend.||Respond|
Understated and shy, this pioneer in the treatment of BPPV is compassionate, almost ot a fault. If there was a category for sainthood I ould nominate this man who saved my life, when other docotrs didn't believe me.
Dr. Epley's excellent care begins with his staff who spent time on the phone with my husband, because I was too injured to make the call myself. This is the man to see if you have a vestibular disorder.
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