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Ratings for Dr. JOHN H. Peacock

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I have been seeing Dr. Peacock for my Parkinson's for 10 years now. I have not met a more caring, sympathetic doctor in my life. Definitely see him.

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This doctor is awful. I was having seizures due to a disorder called Celiacs disease but at the time I saw him I didn't know why. It's basically an allergy to gluten in wheat. Mine caused parasthesias as well. For two years this man and the staff under him ignored me and avoided me phone calls in attempts to get to the bottom of my problem. When seen in the hospital when all this started he accused me of having drug or alcohol induced seizures, until all drug tests came back clean. Then he and his staff of accused me of having a mental problem. Because of the description I gave of the events he said it was impossible I was having them. He gave me a few tests, and disregarded even with tests it's hard to prove one is having seizures. He ignored me, and I ended up having one while I was driving. This put me through a two year hell, especially not be able to find a neurologist I could see because he's the head at the VA. Do not see this man. He is dangerous to ignore this in a patient.

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flag | Submitted July 14, 2010

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  • Northwestern University Medical School (Grad. 1967)

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