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Ratings for Dr. Syed I. Nabi

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I saw him about 8-10 years ago for depression and anxiety. I got into a car accident on my way to my appointment and had to reschedule from my normal doc to him. The MA asked if it was okay that he had a Med student. Yeah. That's fine. The first words out of his mouth were, "You need a gastric bypass." Yeah, I'm fat but I wasn't there for that, I was there for anxiety and depression and I didn't need this jackass making it worse and in front of a cute student. A while later I get a call from the office stating that I need to come in for a follow up for diabetes. That jackass put that I had diabetes when I don't. Thankfully he is no longer at my clinic. I wouldn't see him again if he was the last doctor on earth and I've seen a lot of doctors in my life.

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flag | Submitted June 3, 2017

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Saw Dr. Nabi for sleep apnea. He was very caring, attentive, & knowledgeable during the whole process. Sleep study wasn't fun, but, necessary. He went page by page through my sleep study results, rather than just accepting the sleep centers results/recommendation. Remembered me on follow up visits. Good rapport.

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flag | Submitted September 25, 2014

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This doctor is horrible beyond words. I went to him back in January complaining of dizziness, and my nose and arm all tingling for weeks. I had been advised by an out-of-state doctor friend, that these could be symptoms of MS or diabetes and that I should see a doctor to get it checked. Dr. Nabi didn't listen to my heart, my lungs, check my reflexes or anything else. The only way he touched me was to look in my ears to see if they were infected. He told me that my nose was tingling due to it being cold outside (when I pointed out it was happening on a trip to warm California he shrugged), that my arm was tingling due to a pulled muscle in my arm (which I didn't have!), and I was dizzy because I was dehydrated. I specifically asked if MS was a concern. He told me "When looking at your symptoms MS is the furthest thing from my mind." He didn't TRY to even look into anything! I went for a second opinion. Lots of tests and 4 months later, I was told by an MS specialist that I have MS.

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flag | Submitted May 29, 2010

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  • King Edward Med Coll, Univ Of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan (Grad. 1999)

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