Ratings for Dr. Kenneth S. Snow
I recently had surgery, I would never go to him again I was suffering from anxiety so bad and was scared and all he could do was yell at me during the surgery,I was having trouble breathing I was so scared when his assistant put the drape over my face she was really ruff and uncaring and all he could say was don't move. I would never recommend this doctor.
Businesslike in his approach, which suits me. Sometimes a lot of waiting to see him. I had cataract surgery done by him and was very happy with it. The surgical procedures and things I needed to do were explained in detail and the follow up process was informative and went very smoothly. I would definitely return to him for future eye care.
Dr. Kenneth Snow almost let me go blind. Bback in the late 90's I went to him for years. And in 1998 I got in a car accident and eventually left his office and went to a better doctor thank god. Now I had glacoma issues and never once did this doctor ever check my eyes for what I got treated for at my now current doctor. Personally I could have went blind if I had stayed in his care.I never liked his vedside manner nor his ora when in his presents. His office never once checked me for any diseases of the eye. No laser surgery was offered nor sugested. When Igot to my current doctor. He asked me why wasn't I treated earlier with laser surgery. Well, you can't let any doctor touch you and you better decern of they truly care for your condition. I pray none of my relatives ,friends, family, my children or grand children are ever touched by this man!
I waited an hour in the waiting room. Being on the autism spectrum, I can not filter out the distractions. The TV going in the waiting room, and the patient conversations were overwhelming. More time watching a video in the back on cataracts. But I got to talk with other patients there. All had good things to say about Dr. Snow. He took the time to answer all my questions. I was there for 3 hours (which seems bloody long to me), but I had no major issues, other then long waits. It turned out I DO have cataracts. Who knew?
I went to see Dr Snow after being diagnosed with Glaucoma from another physician. The staff was very helpfull, positive, and supportive. I am the type of person who does not like it sugar coated and Dr. Snow was very blunt with his diagnosis, not mean just straight to the point. I am a current patient and am well taken care of.
Unfortunately,I also do not have great remarks for Dr. Snow. I called into Dr. Snow's office for an appointment and the only date they said they had available was in 2 weeks; I pleaded with them to see if they could schedule me sooner, but apparently they do not have room for "eye emergency's". I came into my appointment early (knowing that new patients have to fill out lots of paperwork) and still waited ~20 minutes to be seen by one of the staff members. After blood pressure and eye tests were administered, they placed me in a waiting room to wait another 30 minutes to see Dr. Snow. I found Dr. Snow to be very impatient (as I had never had my eyes dilated before) and exasperated as he talked to me. He had no sense of finesse as he kept trying to pry my eyes open EVEN THOUGH I asked for him to wait while I adjusted my vision (blinked). After that, he told me he was going to refer me to an optometrist and walked right out. Horrible experience....
Dr. Kenneth S. Snow's Credentials
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- University Of Osteopathic Medicine And Health Sciences (Grad. 1985)
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