I have been a patient of Dr. Izor's for almost 9 years. His staff was always great. No doubt that he is brilliant and knows his field. He recommended that I have DBS surgery done and I did. For 4 years I went to DBS programming sessions and saw 5 to 6 of his assistants who all approached the programming differently. We started at square with each assistant, many not reading what had not worked in the past, etc. In the end, and as PD started to progress and the programming started to not be as effective, he gave up on working with me. When the going got tough, he bailed out and said, "it won't hurt my feelings if you want to seek advice from another doctor". Shame on you Dr. Izor.
I did not feel certain that Dr Izor cared about me as a patient. He gave me such a confusing list of meds to take and the followup was poor. I never knew which were side effects or what since Parkinson's is such a cofusing disease. I would be sent to his associate ( non MD ) who really couln't adequately handle the situation. Dr Izor said that he was too busy to see me regularly so I figured that I needed to find someone who did have the time and interest to follow me adequately.
Judging by other patient reviews I can tell that my complaints about this doctor are not far off the mark. He is young, cocky, totally lacks bedside manners, recommends a list of uncovered treatments such as botox injections for minor neck pain. I am no specialist, but it sounds to me like a tylenol might be in order. Well, he and his office staff are probably the biggest pain in the neck after all. Main complaint is that it is extremely hard to get in touch with anybody at the office to confirm an appointment, reschedule or get anything done in general. When I finally do get in touch with someone, and voice my concerns about their limited availability, I get an attitude. I was referred to this doctor by a previous neurologist, Dr. Edward Fox. This man was very nice, seemed to care, and was very happy with everybody in his office. I would recommend him 100 times over Dr Izor. And I am still waiting to hear from his office staff regarding an appointment reschedule...
I am a nurse who specializes in Parkinson's Patients. I refer anyone with this disease to Dr. Izor because I have worked in this field for many years and have had patients who went to other doctors and they did not do as well as Dr. Izor's patients do. I strongly recommend Dr. Izor and his staff to anyone who suffers from Parkinson's Disease!!
Dr.Izor was highly recommended and my husband and I have been extremly happy with our choice. He is most always on time, is considerate, helpful,caring, a good listener and has a good sense of humor. And thanks to Dr. Izor and his staff, my Parkinsons has much improved .
This Dr. is starting to become very annoying. he comes in very late, always with an excuse. Our time is just as valuable as his. He also had us see a gentlemen that is not a real physician? I dont think I'm going to continue. The care is definately going downhill.
Dr. Robert M. Izor's Credentials
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- University Of Texas Medical School At Houston (Grad. 1999)
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'birds of a feather' score (based on <a href='/birdsofafeather.jsp?did=243319'>Medicare patients-in-common</a>): 3.3March 1, 2014
'birds of a feather' score (based on <a href='/birdsofafeather.jsp?did=243319'>Medicare patients-in-common</a>): 3.2February 5, 2014
First Name changed from "Robert" to "Robert M."October 20, 2013
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