Ratings for Dr. David S. Saperstein
I had nueropathy (prediagnosed) but it was getting much worse. I couldn't wear the kind of shoes that my work required. He worked with me over a year to find a medicine that would help. I also had to have information sent to work. He was very good about keeping up with that.
Refused to take an interest telling me, "it would be too much work." Did not review the work of others who have followed me for 30 years. Incompetent to perform the little tactile/kinetic test neurologists do. Incompetent to take a history of the disorder. Wanted me to start at the beginning by referring me out to an ear doctor. It Has been proven many times already it is not my ear. On the second meeting he still had no idea what I was there to get help with. A dunce by choice! Best to stay away. Unfortunately he is a specialist, one of few, available through the BlueCross Advantage Plan, which forces me out of the BlueCross plan to seek an appropriate specialist. This guy feels good so he doesn't care about me. Terrible!
Dr. Saperstein is a great Dr...he is very thorough and seeks to find the root cause of your problem. I was diagnosed by a different neurologist of having neuropathy. When I visited with Dr. Saperstein his goal was to find the root cause of the neuropathy. As it turns out it was a tumor in my spinal cord. If it wasnt for Dr. Saperstein I probably would be paralyzed or who knows...I am grateful for Dr. Saperstein and his staff. I highly recommend this dr.
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- Boston University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1992)
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