Ratings for Dr. Edward E. Icaza
I and several of my family members have been seeing Dr. Icaza for a few years now. He is always so helpful. My mother has dementia and that has been tough on all of us, but Dr. Icaza has been really great. My sister sees him for neuropathy and I see him for migraines.
The doctor himself was great. But the staff were terrible when it comes to accounting. I paid $100 cash cause I did not have change. The gal at the desk said she will prorate it to the next visit since they dont have the change. I never went back for another visit and when i asked for the refund, there were NO documentation of the incident! The gal mistyped my payment to be $60. So they said they can give me $10.00 back. If the gal didnt mistype it. I would have lost $50. They were extremely rude when i asked for the return. All of them - especially Andrea and Jen. I dont think any of the two were the ones who took it. It was another gal that was handling the money on the day. It is awful. $40 may not mean much to rich nurses but it certainly means much to a commoner. I asked to talk to the dr over the phone and they said there is no such policy, that they will "pass the info" on but "no guarantee that the Dr will even call you back" (quote Jen). The US system sucks. Deceitful ppl who pocket my canadian $. Hate it.
Dr Icaza was very patient with my mom who suffers from dementia. This has been so hard on our entire family. He knows what we're going through. He made sure I knew all of her treatment options and medications since she won't remember, it's all up to me. I know the future will be difficult as we continue down this path, but it is comforting to know we have such a kind and patient dr on our side.
Dr. Icaza gave me some of the harshest medications on the market to treat for what he diagnosed as migraines. I had adverse reactions to the medications, which caused a huge spike in anxiety as well as full blown migraines, when previously I was only having minor headaches. He ordered an MRI/MRA because I told him I didn't think I actually was having migraines before I saw him. When the MRI/MRA came back normal, he refused to treat me anymore. He does not accept anyone asking ANY questions of him, and if you have negative side effects, he treats you like you have a psychological problem. Worst doctor I have ever seen.
Dr. Edward E. Icaza's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
Yes, this doctor is accepting new patients
Board Certified Neurologist
- University Of Oklahoma College Of Medicine (Grad. 1996)
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