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Ratings for Dr. Marshall J. Keyes

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1
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1
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I am a stunt performer and I received a severe blow to the head at the end of 2005. I was knocked unconscious and had to have 10 staples where my head had split open. Aside from various physical ailments, I began to notice a problem with my vision. It was very hard for me to explain, as there were many symptoms from my head injuries. My neurologist sent me to Dr. Marshall Keyes for an examination. I was treated in a tiny room at the same time as another patient. I heard the other patient complaining about blurriness and floaters, and he dismissed her and told her she was fine. He was still running tests on me when another patient was brought in. This man had complaints about his blurriness, and he too was dismissed and told that he was fine. At the end of mine, I was told the same thing. When I complained about the pressure behind my eyes, he asked me to shut them. He then touched them with his fingers and told me I was fine. After being treated in this careless manner, I paid to see an ophthalmologist out of my own pocket. I decided to just get a normal exam, and see what this docto

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flag | Submitted January 2, 2007

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  • Temple University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1968)

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