Ratings for Dr. Bijan N. Niaki
transfered to this doctor after belonging to another pain clinic for 3 years. Went in for a consultation. Had to sign a contract even though I had still belonged to my previous clinic. This was July 6th. Now I was told he couldn't even make an appointment until I was released from former pain center. I still had 2 scripts to fill from old clinic and when I asked Sonia the office manager she said I had to fill them because Dr. Niaki couldn't write scripts until I was released from old clinic. I filled one on 7/18/15 and other on 7/28/15. I was formally released from old clinic on 7/30/15 and his office didn't get this release until 8/3/15. So I finally got an appointment for 8/10/15, went in was put on new medication and given an appointment for an injection. I asked Sonia what I should do with the extra meds I had, do I bring them in to be destroyed??? She was very rude snapped at me and said no we don't do that here. Whatever, I went and dropped off the new medication at my pharmacy to get a call the next day saying that they were waiting to hear from Dr. Niaki to confirm I was now being seen by him. I get a call from Sonia saing I was being discharged from Niaki's office, was being flagged at every pharmacy is Massachusetts and called my old pain clinic lying saying I took his script and was trying to fill it at multiple pharmacies!!!! Was not true what so ever. During our phone conversation she said and I quote " We deal with people like you all the time and we learn something new every time" I said stop there I have never failed one of my drug tests at any time at my old clinic which I had belonged to for 3 years and have never, ever had any issues with my medications. I went to talk to Dr. Niaki the next day per order of the medical board and apparently he wasn't aware of his office manager's actions. I explained and still was told I could not be treated. I was telling one of the nurses what this Sonia had done to me in waiting room and how I said I had contacted the medical board and they said I wasn't in the wrong. So Dr. Niaki called me back into room, said I'm writing you a prescription for medication until you find a new pain center. I was prescribed a totally different medication then what I was on and pretty much good luck. So I started this medication 2 days ago and having withdrawals because come to find out it doesn't start working for 3 days, having chest pains, anxiety attacks ETC!! So I called his office today 2 different times to report these symptoms and not 1 return phone call. I am supposed to be monitored closely when switching medications and I was left to fend for myself. So I am waiting a call back from the medical board to go ahead with the complaint because what was done was unethical! So to all please beware, take this as a warning because you will have the same experience!!!
Dr. Bijan N. Niaki's Credentials
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- Teheran Univ, Fac Of Med, Teheran, Iran (Grad. 1984)
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