Ratings for Dr. Daniel Watson
Dr Watson was my sons ENT from 12 months old till he was 13 and we moved away. My son has been a tricky case and we always felt safe and confident in the care we received. Everyone we came in contact with starting at reception was helpful. Lois, his nurse, is also wonderful. She is a treasure and alwayed remembered things that are important to our son We could not recommend him more highly. Our son is still receiving care and we still consider returning home to have Dr Watson treat him
Dr. Watson and his nurse LOIS are AWESOME!!!!! No matter how busy he is, and he is...he sits there and you feel like your the only person in his office for the whole day. They bend over backwards to help you out if you really need to be seen. They are very down to earth people and We tell everyone about how great Doc and Lois are!!!!!!! Give them a call!!!
50 year old woman that had tonsils removed. Pleased with service from start to finish. Yes, he is casual but seems to know what he is talking about. I put him thru the ringer with many questions and I didn't walk out thinking he was full of it like I have with other ear, nose, and throat docs.
I had surgery performed by Dr. Watson and he was very thorough in explaining what he would be doing, why, and what results I could expect. I found him to be very personable. My follow-up appointments were the same. He answered all my questions and I felt like he took the time to listen without making you feel like you were asking dumb questions.
After telling me that I would likely lose all hearing in at least one ear in the next few years, he looked at me blankly and said, "Bummer, huh?" He then prescribed a medication that has not been shown anywhere to be effective and caused my teeth to chip. He told me to come back when I had total hearing loss and maybe then he could recommend surgery, and that I would not be helped by a hearing aid so don't bother trying. Since then I have found other therapies that have dramatically slowed my hearing loss, and also went against his advice and got a hearing aid which is very helpful. When I told him my symptoms he looked at me like I was nuts and said he saw no physical evidence to support my complaints. I felt as though I was being accused of faking.
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- University Of Minnesota Medical School (Grad. 1991)
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