Ratings for Dr. Gary A. Gonya
With progressive back pain, Gary didn't even take an X-Ray. He gave me some pseudo-psychological babble that firstly he's unqualified to do since he didn't know me from a hole in the wall, and then went on to tell me that my back pain, which was later, by a real doctor proved to be arthritis was due to unresolved emotional baggage. He said he couldn't help me and wasted my time entirely. He may be a good mechanic, but I as a diagnostician, he is the worst doctor I've ever seen.
Not just a doctor, a very caring person. Takes time to listen to you and does not brush you off. I would highly recomend this doctor to anyone with back problems. He will point out that with back problems there is no quick fix and that treatment will take time. I have seen him for 3 seperate injuries now, two of which ended up requiring surgery and should I have back problems again will only return to his office.
I see Dr. Gonya in his Massapequa practice and he's a very nice, helpful and REASSURING doctor! He doesnt just see you for a minute and walks out, he takes his time and asks questions, and you do the same to him. A lot of docs I have been to seem very big headed, and he is very down to earth! Not that this matters, but he's also extremely good looking! haha
Very Knowledgeable, Ive been a patient with Orlin & Cohen for a couple of years.Dr.Gonya moved to a new practice which I was so happy to stumble across since I find him one if not the best Dr. Ive seen when it comes to treating and communicating.(hes now in Massapequa)
Dr. Gonya started out nice in the beginning. He was patient and answered any questions. After seeing him a few times things turn around and his favorite words were grin and bear it! The staff were polite each time I went to see him.They never kept me waiting.
Dr. Gary A. Gonya's Credentials
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- Mount Sinai School Of Medicine Of City University Of New York (Grad. 1998)
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