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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.
Submitted Sept. 5, 2013 | flag
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.
Submitted April 1, 2013 | flag
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
Submitted March 18, 2013 | flag
I would recommend Dr. Stewart to anyone suffering from chronic migraines; he does'nt give up on you, if one treatment does not work he moves on to another. I have nothing but good things to say about this specialist. I am grateful to have a doctor that wants to treat migraines. He treats you with respect and listens to you. Best wishes Dr. Stewart!
Submitted March 1, 2013 | flag
Dr. Stewart is a professional with good up to date knowledge. He has been very helpful in helping me with my migraines. He has also helped with another neurological issue that I had developed. Dr. Stewart is an EXCELLENT PHYSICIAN! and would NOT HESITATE TO RECOMMEND HIM TO ANYONE!!!
Submitted Feb. 28, 2013 | flag
Dr. Stewart has been suspended from the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta for 15 months for having an inappropriate a sexual relationship with a patient, receiving inappropriate medical information from a former patient with whom he was sexually involved, and inappropriate providing medical treatment for someone not under his care and with whom he was sexually involved. This speaks to his arrogance and lack of ethics, morals and professionalism. Details are available on the College of Physician and Surgeons of Alberta website.
Submitted Feb. 27, 2013 | flag
He is arrogant guy who dosent listend to his patients. He wastes time talking about his weekend and family then just pushes drugs. Dont waste your time with this doc.
Submitted Oct. 10, 2012 | flag
Dr Stewart is a punctual and knowledgable dr regarding m.s. But he can also be very closeminded. If you have had the ccsvi procedure i recommend not telling him you've had it. He will argue with you and lecture you like a child and not listen to what you have to say. I've never had a physician be-little me like he did.
Submitted Feb. 16, 2012 | flag
I have found Dr Stewart to be an excellent neurologist. He diagnosed my GBS/CIDP in 10 minutes and gave me a two year time frame for recovery which is pretty close to where I am. I found him to be affable, thorough and professional and when my health took a turn outside his realm he handed me over to a specialist for additional treatment. I was very happy with his care and treatment of my condition.
Submitted Sept. 12, 2011 | flag
Prompt and professional Dr, but he is ego-centric and unwilling to dig for solutions. Mr Stewart gravitates to the status-quo. For run of the mill, text book problem, he's satisfactorily, for anything else go to someone else who gives a dam. I saw him twice, had several conversations and noted this attitude was reflective of the above comments. Generally, he is closed minded and only concerned with the revolving door.
Submitted July 28, 2010 | flag
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