Ratings for Dr. Myles D. Brager
I've had two fusions performed on me ( Cervical & Lumbar) in 2011. The surgeries never helped as much as I thought they would. Now, in 2016, I feel horrible. Neck tingling, spasms, and this crazy inflammation that moves around by back. Let this man cut you at your own risk! You have been warned. This Dr. is dishonest and dangerous!
Often the P.A. can be as helpful as the physician and this was somewhat the case with Dr. Brager. However he did examine my MRI results and take adequate time with me on this first visit. He prescribed an anti-inflammation drug and physical therapy for my pain, both of which were very helpful.
I went to see Dr. Brager after seeing a Neurologist. The Neurologist stated Neck and left scapular pain with admormal EMG. The Neurologist sent me to get a MRI, I took the results to Dr. Brager. Dr. Brager stated that I have the typical back of a 48 year old, says I have mild lumbar levoscoliosis and moderate degenerative disc changes, but fails to see that I also have facet joint degeneration. And he fails to see my issue in C5=7. After review of a tutorial online from, Dr. Steven Helper, MD in British Columbia and Report of Diagnosis and Treatment of Degenerative Lumbar Spinal Stenosis, I'm in the early stages and need treatment NOW! Dr. Brager needs his patients to have so much neurological damage that when he operates anything is better than their past. Dr. Brager was combative about my choices for past treatment, (chiropractor)and stated that what chiro provided was Bull S. Dr. Brager stated Chiro treatments do not cause your back to move at all when realignment is done.
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- University Of Maryland School Of Medicine (Grad. 1980)
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