Ratings for Dr. Regina M. Burton
I think DR Burton is a very good doctor. I never had any problems with her. Infact when she closed her Woodbridge office, I traveled to Fairfax for appointments with her. I don't see her anymore and is only because I don't live in Northern Virginia now. Retired and moved on.
Regina Burton delivered both of my children via Ceasarean section. They are both healthy children. Dr. Burton appears to be very reserved, and always answered my questions. I recently had a cancer scare due to having compartmentalized cysts on my ovaries. While another doctor performed the surgery, dr. burton scrubbed in and assisted because she had knowlegde of my previous condition (endometriosis). She did not have to do this. I'm sorry so many people have had bad experiences with her. I personally had good experiences with her and hope that she can do better to give others the impression they need to feel comfortable.
I found Dr burton to also be somewhat cold. but i did like her at first. but then i was told i had to switch to another OB due to dr burton not doing obstetrics any more.i was upset due to being half way through my pregnancy.i also noticed he never measured to check my belly growth and other things. so i was referred to Dr Solos who i love! she is great and even mentioned how dr burton wasn't that great of an OB.come to find out i was in preterm labor and alot of this dr burton never even checked for.so i was highly upset that dr burton wasn't doing her job.i recommend NOT GOING TO DR REGINA BURTON.
I found Dr. Burton to be cold, judgemental, and arrogant. It is essential that a patient be at ease with their gyno to be honest and open about their needs. Dr. Burton does nothing to put patients at ease and has a callous demeanor. I would not recommend her she be allowed to examine my dog, let alone another human being.
Do not, do not, do not go to Dr. Regina Burton. After reading the other ratings and learning of her being sued for birth injuries, I am glad I changed doctors. She mocks you, insults you and is extremely sarcastic if you ask questions. When she started examining me, I got uncomfortable, so I jumped (I’m sorry - but I don’t like a metal things up my vagina). Better put, I don’t find pleasure in having metal things up my vagina. Anyway, instead of reassuring me, she had the nerve to ask “you’ve never had a man touch you?” How insensitive! First of all, there is a difference between being with someone you love and having a cold metal instrument in your body. Second, what if I’d been raped or molested? If that had been the case, maybe I don’t like having men touch me.
Dr. Regina M. Burton's Credentials
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- George Washington University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1995)
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