Ratings for Dr. Shelinder Aggarwal
I know it doesn't matter now, but Dr. Aggarwal is not the person the news media and government agencies have persecuted. I was a patient of his from late 2002 until he closed his office. He is a great doctor and a very caring and compassionate person. In all the years I saw him I never witnessed any unprofessional business practices. Twice during all those years I did see 2 patients come in very irate because he had refused to write prescriptions for them. I don't know all the details. I do know that many people have loss an excellent doctor. I'm grateful to have been treated by him and to have known him all those years. Thank you Dr. Aggarwal for all the years of medical attention and care.
Dr. Aggarwal thoroughly examined me and put records from my family doctor before prescribing treatment. I consider him a brilliant and compassionate Dr.! Now many deserving patients are suffering because of his suspension. I only wish those making these decisions to suspend would suffer as I and his other patients and they may have made a different call on his practice!!!
I love having Dr. Aggarwal as a physician. I have only had him since June and he has made my life so much better, between the PCP I had before him and then referred to him I finally feel like my life is getting back on track and the pain is not holding me back like it used to be. My home was broke in once in Aug, and the rule was if you got an early refill despite the cirumstances you were to be discharged, I even had photos and police report, but I stuck it out for 3 weeks, eating aspirin, Doan's caplets, ibuprofen, tylenol, using heating pad, my TENS unit, cervical traction, back braces, but I toughed it out until my visit. And he told me that it better not happen ever again and It WONT.... MY meds stay locked up... Well my next appt is week after Thanksgiving and I am going to be staying with family that lives 2 1/2 hours north of me, and I am already an hour and 45 min drive from H'ville, and I emailed the rx email and asked if I could come in the week before and have injections and
I went to Dr. Aggarwal's clinic. I was involved in a car accident about four days later, and he dismissed me from his clinic for no reason. I have diabetes and my blood sugar dropped, causing me to wreck. He never listened to anything I had to say, he never read the police report, and he refused to ever see me again as a patient, even though I had just paid him $500 cash and he charges $200 per month for follow-up visits. He dismissed me without even speaking to me personally, just channeling his hostility through his staff. I don't doubt his knowledge, but he is definitely not there if you have any difficulties.
Dr. Agarwall is very caring and professional. He made it possible for me to get back my life. I am on 100% disability and I hurt so much, however, with his help I now can perform simple daily things in life, such as walking. I hope he never leaves, life is so much better with him. Thank you Dr. for helping me. This is from one greatful patient.
Just so you know. Dr. Aggerwal is an excellent Dr. I was discharged last month after 2 years due to a family calling and telling him lies. NEVER let ANYONE know you see him. There are HATERS out there including YOUR OWN FAMILY. If they get mad at you they will call him and you don't get a chance to talk to him or second chance. My family member call him then 2 weeks later call me to say I am sorry but it is too late, the damage is done. He is doing just as he should to protect himself due to drug seekers out there. I had seen a family Dr. for 25 years then was reffered to him. I have bad degeneration in my neck and didn't want to chance surgery. I have a good job but can't work in the pain I am in. Once discharged from one Pain Managment Clinic, you won't find another to see you. Surgery is my only option, now. If it don't go well then it is God's will. Just saying if you are seeing him, follow all rules and don't mess up. There is no second chance. He is an excellent Dr.
ive had 2 back operations and a spine infusion. im 22 years old, i was seeing a pain doctor in orlando and just moved back up here to alabama, i was prescribed 180 oxycodones and 60 bars. what are the chances that this doctor will write me for the same thing? im curious because alot of doctors screen me thinkin im too young to be on those meds but the pain is to an extreme and honestly sometimes id rather wish i didnt have my own two legs because its so painful. oh and how much is it to see him for the first month? thank you, if anyone respondes to this feel free to send me an email of the info on my questions. firstname.lastname@example.org thank you.
very fine person as well as very well disciplined and knowlegable DR works with paitent and offers his advice while also excepting your knowledge of your personnel experience with your body and how it reacts to different meds. doesnt just blanket treat everyone the same
Amazing how many people demonize a compassionate Doctor who after trying many different medications shows a willingness to prescribe stronger pain medications. 99% of Doctors out there are not going to give you strong medication like Percocet after your 1st office visit. Look how unhealthy the people in Alabama are. Obesity, smoking, and heart disease. The problem is too many Doctors in Alabama wait until your lives have deteriorated before intervening. Idiots
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- University Of Louisville School Of Medicine (Grad. 1994)
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