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All I can say is arrogant and a womanizer. Make sure your husband or boyfriend is with you when you go if you are a woman! Botox patients seem to take up most of his waiting room. My wife has MS and her other Neurologist retired so Dr. Stewart was who our family doctor refered. Only saw him twice, but after the news paper article in the Edmonton Sun in November of 2013, all my thought of him came together. Next day we switched Neurologists. I know its not that easy to see another Neurologist, but waiting a year to see a new doctor was well worth the wait. Back to the U of A in a proffesional setting inside the hospital. I think it will be hard for him to get his credability back, but I dont make the bed he sleeps in .... he did that himself! Kinda reminded me of Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde. Oh yeah and one last thing he gave my wife hope, but in the end it was all a load of B.S. and false hope ! What a JERK ...........
I went to see Dr. Stewart as a referral patient. I described my symptoms, which he interrupted several times, and never allowed me to finish my train of thought. I sometimes have trouble forming thoughts and he was very impatient with me. He told me that the other Doctors who had seen me did not know what they where talking about, and that all I was suffering from was migraines. I have had migraines most of my life, and never had the symptoms that I had tried to discuss with him.
I would not return to this Doctor for any reason. He was extremely arrogant, and impatient. I felt like I was a nuisance not a patient.
I saw Dr. Stewart for severe seizure disorder many years ago, without him I would have died! He saved my life and got me to a point where the seizures were stable and then I eventually did not have any. I now am seeing him for Dysautonomia and he has been very caring, understanding and helpful- the best doctor I have ever seen for sure!
This doctor is arrogant beyond belief. He laughed at me when I misguessed my weight. Didn't offer any suggestions for treatment, and if I wanted Botox for treatment I had to come back another day. I felt humiliated and worse helpless. A disastrous experience.
It's pretty much the same complaints. If he has no success in helping your situation, he gives up and ignores you. A very huge God complex and the thought of being unable to treat you, sends him to an ugly place and your put in the shite pile. He always says he has more up his sleeve and that we'll try something else but the next appt, he has no recollection of anything he's said, promised or already prescribed. I've been given a prescription a year ago and he writes it again as if it's new. Duh! We've tried that already. Seeing another neurologist is suicide. They all know each other and you've now been labeled a crazy patient who will now suffer forever with no help anywhere!!!
Dr Stewart thinks more of himself sometimes than his patient's welfare. He is not open to any suggestion, "believe me I know this" his favourite line, or I didn't pull it put of my ...." I hope I can find another neurologist to review my case.
I have been seeing Dr. Stewart since 2006. I had severe migraines and a couple of head injuries. Dr. Stewart was always attentive, kind and did everything he could to assist my issues. I was on a low budget so he made sure things worked out in my favor. In the end, we found that botox worked better than anything other drug we had tried over the years. I am grateful to him for that as I would be bedridden for days. It's sad that he is suspended but we all make mistakes. I look forward to his return so I can continue on with my treatment.
Dr. Stewart is passionate about his area of expertise - the brain - and willing and ready to give you his all as long as you are commited to helping yourself. He has been open to my suggestions about trying different things for my very hard-to-treat migraines and has been flexible with me when I have become frustrated at the lack of progress with the meds he has prescribed. Despite what some people have commented here, he IS caring and personable, just working within a very high pressured system that has him in constant demand. As well, the ones who are unhappy with what he tells them are, by and large, not willing to make the hard changes to first help themselves, something, yes, I think Dr. Stewart probably has little time for. Medicine is a collaborative relationship. He received way too harsh of a punishment for his transgression and it us a detriment to his 100s of patients.
Just saw this Dr. for the third time.I cannot believe that now that he's suspended his diagnosis has changed.It was like seeing Dr.Jekle and Dr.Hyde how do you go from having a neurological disease to it's all in your head.Just because I haven't fallen over and broken any bones! I wonder if my treatment would have been different if I had a broken hip or arm upon arrival to this appointment.Yes no new symptoms but the ones I have are now more frequent. It's not my fault I only see him once every 6 to 8 months so if its not the first diagnosis then you would think he would investigate a little more.So if your not seriously effected by your disease Stewart won't help you no money in that.If your looking for a caring Dr.he ain't he has no answers and is unwilling to take a moment to find out what it is.Oh wait he's suspended but he has lots of time for botox treatments just ask the 6 patients in his waiting room. Very Disappointed in this DOCTOR
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