Ratings for Dr. Ramin Amirnovin
Dr. AmirNovin performed a life changing operation on me (Mar 18 11'). On my last MRI check-up regarding the tumor removal,I am still free of any sign of regrowth.As promised I am letting him know that I have completed my FIRST 1/2 Marathon. By the way, the staff has always been a class act.
I came to him with a severely herniated disc. I could barely walk, barely stand, barely do anything! I was in severe pain 24 hours a day! I had seen 2 other doctors that wanted to remove my disc and do a fusion. Dr. Amir-Novin offered me a microdiscectomy after he reviewed my MRI. When I asked him why the others offered me a fusion he very clearly explained why it was not in my best interest and why the discectomy would be a better choice. My surgery was in December 2013 and it gave me my life back! I now am able to ride my bike (200 miles in a day!), hike, work in the yard.. really, just be the person I was before my injury. I am so thankful that I was able to see him and I couldn't recommend him enough! He really is the best!
My dad was in Foothill Hospital in June. He was initially under the care of Dr. Disney and Dr. Rodriguez. These two doctors both said that my dad had minor bleeding on the brain and that it would get better over time. No need to operate. Dr. Amirnovin was filling in for these two doctors one day. He told us that my dad had major bleeding on the brain and that we must have misunderstood the first two doctors. Which we did not. We were told that my dad had suffered a stroke while in the hospital. Dr. Amirnovin said that we should just let him go; that he would do that if it were his loved one. Dr. Kundi was the neurologist overseeing my dad. Dr. Amirnovin and Dr. Kundi both sent my dad to hospice instead of a rehab facility where he should have gone. My family and I had no idea what hospice was at the time. My dad was denied an IV and feeding tube by the hospice doctor Dr. Kalkat and the nurses. My dad died in hospice from dehydration. If your elderly loved one suffers a stroke, do not take them to Dr. Amirnovin or Dr. Kundi. They do not want to help them to get better. They will just send them to hospice to die.
Does not explain your options well enough, and treats you as a subject
I have had severe right sided numbness and weakness to five years. No one took me seriously. This young doctor listened and then diagnosed me with 'complex migraines'. After referring me to a neurologist specializing in migraines, I have been a lot better. He is a surgeon with insight and I recommend him to everyone.
Dr. Ramin Amirnovin's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- New York Univ Sch Of Med, New York Ny 10016 (Grad. 2000)
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Insurance accepted by this Doctor
- BCBS Massachusetts