Ratings for Dr. Nehad Soloman
I have been seeing Dr. Soloman for a few years. He runs blood work regularly, prescribes medications for my Rheumatoid Arrhritis, but rarely does any physical examination of my joints. In fact, at most visits a handshake is the only form of physical contact. He seems like he is just too busy and he often has a student tagging along with him making the appointment feel even more impersonal. Also, at his new office on Thomas the staff are rude. He simply has too many patients.
I have been going to Dr. Soloman for a few years now and think he is an Excellent doctor. I have had RA since I was 24 years old (now 57) and seen my share of RA doctors. Dr. Soloman put me on Humira and it has helped a great deal. I find the staff (Indian School Location) to be very helpful and kind. Keep up the good work..
He may be a fab doctor, but not with me. I was SO blown off, I never got to discuss the issues with my new diagnosis. I waited over an hour in the waiting room, and 10 more minutes in the so-called exam room. He barely looked at my hands, no listening to lungs, asking how or where I hurt. NADA. I left knowing NO more than when I entered. I am very disappointed. I will give him another chance, but then, he's fired. His staff was VERY impersonal and rude.
I felt very at ease at my first visit. He helped me understand the illness that I had and treatment course. He was very receptive and willing to answer my questions. After having been to several other rheumatologists, he is the best rheumatologist in the Phoenix area.
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