Ratings for Dr. John Adams
Knowledgable, thorough and intuitive with a great sense of humour...makes one feel very comfortable asking questions and takes the time to answer fully. Also thorough in his examination, including explaining the purpose of, and observations from, each exam component. Very compassionate with patient and family and provided resources for both physical and emotional supports. We feel very fortunate that my husband has been referred to him! (Staff rating of excellent based on phone interactions, as the receptionist was not present the day of our appointment)
Dr. J.R. Adams was very approachable and willing to listen to everything we had to say as well as answering questions. He was very thorough and knowledgeable. He spent the most allowable time with us and we were grateful for it! I would highly recommend DR. Adams as your neurologist for mobility issues!
I saw Dr. Adams through a referral from another neurologist about the Bell's palsy I have not fully recovered from almost 2 years after it happened and I found him to be thorough, knowledgable and compassionate in his assessment of my situation. He was not at all pushy in recommending botox treatment and really took the time to review the potential injection sites along with the pros and cons associated with each of those locations. He really seemed to care and I would highly recommend him to anyone suffering with any sort of neurological issues.
Dr. Adams is the most caring and concerned doctor i have seen for my problem of Parkinson's, he has taken the time to speak with my son about his concerns and fears what coulds happen to me. He spends the time and makes you feel relaxed and that your concerns are real and justified. God send to me and my family.
Dr Adams has worked at the Centre for Movement Disorders for many years. Patients have access to DR Adams through Nurse assistants to discuss medications, to relay concerns to the doctor and get answers, a social worker, occupational therapist in order to feel as comfortable as possible, get needed information about their condition, etc...a wonderful service; however, the Provincial government has now cut the funding for the centre and Dr Adams has to move to a new office space where he will have specific hours and a receptionist. Patients will have very little contact with the doctor, and won't be able to get the benefit of trained medical advice under these conditions. Patients will have much less access to a specialist in Parkinson's and likely Dr. Adams will not be able to take new patients or maybe not even maintain the patients he has now .
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