Ratings for Dr. Mary Jane Chiasson
A real narcissist's, narcissist. Condescending, insecure and she vastly over estimates her ability. She does not want a patient... she wants an adoring audience. It looks like her last positive review was in 2007. Maybe she is having a bad decade.
This Dr. Was very condescending and rude. How she is.allowed around people is beyond me. Telling someone they will.have to.suffer with pain for.the rest of.their life, and throwing loads of narcotics instead of trying.to.find a long term solution is just crazy. I am surprised she is allowed to practice medicine. I would NEVER recommend her.
Dr. Chaisson showed utmost concern for my problems and did thorough diagnosis. She answered all my questions within her area of expertise. She gave appropriate referral for problem that was not neurological. I highly recommend this doctor. I have difficulty understanding anyone saying she did not have good manners.
I expected the Dr to take the lead during the course of the visit. She did not and I felt that I wasn't receiving the guidance I was looking for and needed. I felt she she was not strong and confident although I did assume she knew her subject. I always leave her office with an empty feeling.
Did not respect the scheduled appointment time and when I asked why she was late and when I'd be seen the front desk person said "When she's done with her patient." That's some crappy service right there. I've seen Chiasson before and she was abrasive but straight to the point, she rubbed me the wrong way and I can see how she wouldn't do well with younger clients. I will not be seeing her again and would not refer her to anyone that I know.
Dr. Chiasson tried to treat my daughter for migraines with drugs and more drugs. Early on in our visits she said to my daughter-"You may have these all your life". She's a young teen, waking up with headaches almost daily, sometimes lasting many days. Talk about a prescription for suicide! At one point she told me, (the mom)-"mom, you need to just back off". We should have ended our relationship with her long before we did. I wanted to go to Mayo Clinic, which she discouraged. Many years later, my daughter is mostly migraine free today. We did find the answer. Don't ever give up hope. There is cause and effect. Change doctors. Don't give up.
Dr. Mary Jane Chiasson's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- Michigan State University College Of Osteopathic Medicine (Grad. 1991)
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Insurance accepted by this Doctor
- Coventry Health Care