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Dr. Paul Singer's Ratings

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I saw Dr. Singer three times. He was very patient, listened to what I had to say and made suggestions accrodingly and upon results thereafter

Submitted July 14, 2010 | flag

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Dr Singer is a very good doctor and is very knowledgable. However, he seriously deserves betetr staff. Each time I called their office I get their answering machine. Never had the chance to talk with a person to take care of my inquireis (appointments, test results, etc). The staff typically call you 2-3 business days after you have left them a message. I am not sure if they do this to pretend they are busy or just becuase they don't care about getting back to you quickly. Anyway, if you need good communications with your doctor's office then you should look elsewhere.

Submitted April 11, 2010 | flag

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Dr. Paul Singer correctly identified the source of my increasingly severe headaches as Temporal Arteritis and immediately began treatment with Prednisone, saving me from blindness and perhaps death. He referred me to a surgeon to take a sample of the artery for biopsy and now has referred me to a rheumatologist for treatment.

Submitted Dec. 21, 2009 | flag

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I had high hopes for Dr. Paul Singer. I was referred to him by someone who had absolutely nothing, but great things to say. I went to him for my migraines. At first he was pleasant, thorough, and had a positive attitude. By the 3rd or 4th visit I felt like I was a total inconvenience and it was like he was "giving up" on me. He perscribed several meds that I had tried in the past. They didn't help before and they didn't help now. At the end of my treatment he ended up referring me to a headache clinic in another city knowing that I am a stay at home mom with 3 kids with 3 different schedules to juggle. I still live with migraines daily and still suffer quite a bit. I think he is a nice person, but was not helpful with my illness.

Submitted April 29, 2008 | flag

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I am a little surprised by the negative comments, though I do see that two are actually written by the same person. My experience with Dr. Singer is the complete opposite. He took the time to go page by page, mark by mark over my EEG, and explained what each notation meant. That''s something that no other neurologist has done, and I''ve been treated by many. He also listened when I said my medication might be making me depressed. Many other doctors had dismissed that. Now, I still may not end up changing meds, but at least he listened.

Submitted March 5, 2008 | flag

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Dr. Singer was pretty helpful to my wife for migraine problems. They had a mean receptionist in the office, but that was several years ago, hopefully she is gone by now.

Submitted Jan. 17, 2008 | flag

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Very helpful, good "bedside manner"

Submitted Feb. 16, 2007 | flag

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DON'T see Dr. Singer unless you have already been diagnosed with something like epilepsy. That is all he knows how to treat. I was having a lot of weakness, which later turned out to be classic signs of MG, but he told me I had a brain tumor and tested for everything but MG. Meanwhile, I could have died from resp failure. He also doesn't know how to do a spinal tap, which resulted in a leaking spine (and MASSIVE continuous migraine) before getting it fixed in the emergency room. I ended up going to another doc and asked him to test me for MG & it came back positive. When I went back to Dr. Singer and told him what I had, he slapped his forehead like an idiot and said "Oh yea, why didn't I think of that!" So for the love of god, if you have an unknown diagnosis please don't see him. See someone who actually remembers what they learned in medical school.

Submitted June 10, 2005 | flag


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