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Dr. Randy Peoples is the best doctor I have met in my entire life, period. I am convinced Dr. Peoples has extra grey matter. The man is a genius. I was lucky enough to be referred to Dr. Peoples over 4 years ago now for a brain issue. I had been to several doctors beforehand but upon meeting Dr. Peoples, I immediately felt at ease for the first time. He is the most compassionate, intelligent, sympathetic, person I have ever met. Dr. Peoples truly cares about his patients. I love his natural approach to solving ailments and the fact that he'd prefer avoiding surgery if possible for the situation. I believe God put Dr. Peoples here on this earth to do exactly what he is doing. I feel blessed to know him. Put it this way, I would let Dr. Randy Peoples deliver my baby.
I found Dr. Peoples through an iPhone app called Health Grades, he had the best reviews of any Neurosurgeon in Las Vegas. I contacted his office and was greeted in a friendly helpful way. I was told to bring in my pics and the Dr would look at them as soon as he could. I left my pics in his office on Monday I was called to schedule an appointment on Wed. The appointment was scheduled for Friday. Surgery was scheduled for the following Tuesday. The earliest appointment I could get with any other Dr. was 3 weeks later! This Dr. is the best in every way. He took the time to explain everything and answered any and all questions. I quickly felt confident and comfortable with Dr. Peoples. I knew this was the Dr. I wanted. Its now three weeks after my surgery (removed a cyst between my brain and my skull) and I feel great, better than I have felt in a long time! I rate Dr peoples as the BEST. If your looking for a great Dr. you have found him.
This doctor walks on water!!! We have only lived here 1 1/2 years and did not know any neurosurgeons in the Las Vegas area. Three months ago my husband found out he had developed benign tumors on the top of his spin...(originally diagnosed through tests and other doctors as bone spurs). They had been growing many years and had formed a "shelf" in his throat which made it difficult toimpossible to eat. For two months prior to his surgery, he lived on milk shakes and pudding with his crushed up meds. We did extensive research online, listened to other people's experiences, and interviewed doctors. After our first consultation with Dr. Peoples, with all the confidence in the world, we chose him to perform this rare and difficult surgery. From our first meeting to the post op appointment, he answered all of our questions with knowledge and assurance that he could perform the surgery successfully. He never made us feel we were taking up his valuable time nor did he rush us while we were seeking information. The morning of surgery, Dr. Peoples and his anesthesiologist spent half an hour+ detailing the procedure for us. While my husband was in recovery, both of them met with me and continued
to keep me (us) informed with details. Not once were we ever made to feel rushed like so many doctors have become accustomed to doing. Most tend to act like your problem is just another "run of the mill" bother to them. They can be rude and unconcerned about your needs as a patient.
My wife has been in a lot of back pain for several years, and after having an MRI with contrast conducted, was told she has a syrinx on her thoracic spine, and that it would need to be surgically removed or she'd start losing sensation in her extremities and eventually would be unable to walk. After researching neurosurgeons on the internet, we asked our primary care physician to refer us to Dr. Peoples, not just because he appeared to be highly credentialed, but also because he had the most positive patient ratings we'd ever seen, especially for honesty with patients, and compassionate care. He certainly lived up to his reputation for honesty and compassion, with us. After reviewing my wife's MRI, he went over it in great detail with us, and told my wife there would be no surgery necessary, and that her back pain was being caused by other issues, which he took time to explain as well as offering helpful advice in dealing with it, including some simple do-it-yourself home therapy. He could just as easily have told us she needed immediate surgery, and we'd have had no reason to disbelieve him based on what we'd previously been told about her MRI results. But honesty and care for his patients appear to be more important to him than the money. My wife and I are both 60 years old now, and have been through the mill with doctors over the past 10 years, so this was certainly a refreshing change. If I ever had to have neurosurgery, I'd certainly trust Dr. Peoples. I know he wouldn't do anything outside of what was actually needed to resolve the situation. He's just that kind of doctor. Too bad there aren't more like him.
On May 10th 2014, Dr. Peoples performed a C6 / C7 fusion on my neck. My experience with him was amazing. I was in chronic pain taking 4 Hydrocodone pills a day to function, and could not lay down. For 5 months I slept in a lazy boy chair, and went through every nonsurgical option available to me, including steroid injections in my neck. When the injections failed, surgery was my last option. I was fortunate to find Dr. Peoples and to have him perform the surgery on me. He was wonderful, and St Rose Hospital where he performed the surgery was great. Every step along the way I felt informed, and comfortable with my decision to have surgery with Dr. Peoples. He spent time with me to help me understand my MRI results, and was up front about the procedure, and what to expect before and post surgery. Las Vegas is very fortunate to have such a skilled neurosurgeon as Dr. Peoples.
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