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I've been seeing Doctor Seethar now for some time. I think he is wonderful. He is a little slow, but very informative, caring and helpful. He makes every visit enjoyable. We always catch up on life, and he always make you feel comfortable, even at your most uncomfortable of times. I just love him, it will be a huge disappointment to me when he retires. He's gonna be impossible to replace.
Dr. Seetharamdoo is a quack. My mother has been a patient of his for more than 30 years. When my mother was diagnosed with COPD he disagreed with the specialists and emergency room doctors. When she was diagnosed with Dementia, he disagreed with her Geriatric Specialist, who is one of the leading Dementia doctors in Canada. He tells Mom that she's fine when everyone around Mom knows that isn't true. An 80 lb weight loss in one year SHOULD be a sign of SOMETHING.
Dr Seethar is a gem of a doctor and man. I have been going to see him since I was a child and now I take my daughter to see him. He is very intelligent over a wide range of issues, he keeps himself very up to date on current practices, he has a great personality and bedside manner and I feel very lucky to have him as my doctor. You will look long and far for a better doctor.
He has been my doc for over 30 years.I was 9 years old when I first seen him and He was a duty doctor at the YMCA Fairview immigrant/New Canadian public heath clinic on D.V.R.Still love the guy.We talk politics and etc.He may be older (70's), but he keeps up to date with latest medical stuff.He has a great bedside manner and witty too.
Dr. Seethar obviously loves his patients and goes above and beyond for them, even after they have moved away from his practice. One time I had an infection that hurt so badly all I could do was cry. My mother called him and he left his golf game to come see me at my home in Halifax. He is protective of his patients (got angry and yelled about bad nurses when he saw a bruise on my arm after a blood test) and honest (gave me his honest opinion on flu shots) and never gives me placebos or unnecessary medication (in the past 10 years he has given me exactly one prescription and one sample for a bad cough) so when he does give me something, I KNOW I need to take it. The last time I saw him was a week ago when he made a house call to remove my grandmother's surgical staples, and she isn't even a patient of his, because her doctor is on vacation.
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