Dr. Sherwin Cho
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Neurologist-related: nervous system, epilepsy, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, stroke, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, peripheral neuropathy, neuromuscular disorders, sleep disorders
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This man is ALWAYS rude, has no sympathy whatsoever, and has written false information/serious LIES (trying to discredit my husband) in several reports he has done for my husband. I am only writting this review in hopes that if anyone has to see him for disability claims DO NOT! Extra prayers to this man... It's obvious he needs them. He has made a very difficult time for my family so stressful...
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It's refreshing to have a doctor be able to listen to all of my concerns before deciding what to do next. I feel that he does a very thorough job, is very up to date, and has my best interest at heart.
||28/05/09||5||5||5||5||Dr. Cho is caring and comforting person by nature. The office is clean and 4 doctors share the office. I went to see Dr. Cho for my hand tremor problem. As a person who went thru the nursing program, Dr. Cho's exceptional caring comforting character with reasonable cost, neurological fellowship background and experience make him the doctor of my choice. Also, I find that his diagnosis is very accurate||Respond|
||19/04/09||5||5||5||5||I agree with the previous comments. He also takes house call which makes things so much more convenient! There's no more waiting or arranging for transportation to the office, and I paid less than what I had paid my other neurologist who seemed more interested in giving botox or doing nerve conductions.||Respond|
||19/04/09||5||5||5||5||I've been to many neurologists over the years for episodic headaches, dizziness and numbness in my hands and feet, but he was the only one who figured it out and made me feel better! He answered all of my questions and never seemed like he wanted to get me out of the office like the rest. I really am grateful for his care.||Respond|
||23/12/08||5||4||5||5||For a little over a year I had difficulty walking and difficulty swallowing anything but liquids and thought I was just growing old or had neuropathy, which my primary care doctor thought, or worse, ALS, which another neurologist suspected. When I went to see Dr. Cho, I wasn't sure what to expect because he looked really young. It turned out that it wasn't any of those. He correctly diagnosed me with spinal cord compression and an anterior disc herniation at the same level. A disc was literally bulging into my throat and the other way into my spinal cord! He changed my life and after seeing a neurosurgeon for the decompression I can walk a lot better and I can eat without having to worry about choking on my food. For this I recommend him to anyone who is serious about his health. He's also personable, explained things well, and definitely helped me when others couldn't.||Respond|
He's awesome. He takes time to listen to you. I used to have pretty bad migraines and the headaches just disappeared while on treatment. They're nowhere near as severe. It's great to have my life back! I love him!