Ratings for Dr. Michelle D. Kleiman
Dr. Kleiman was very cold and unfriendly. She was rude to me and my child and acted as if she didn't care. She had a condescending tone and we wasted our time, driving all the way out to see her. If I had known she would be so unfriendly, I definitely wouldn't have scheduled an appointment. However, she did give my son correct medicine for his headaches, so she's not all bad. I won't be going back, if I can find a better neurologist.
She was very rude to myself and my husband, talking about my daughter in front of her which is not appropriate. She is always jumping down my throat and pointing out my child's bad behaviors,but never the good behaviors. She is always putting me down as a parent.
My 16yr old autistic son has been going to Dr. Kleiman's office for medication management for a few years now and I don't have a single complaint. She has always been pleasant; she engages my son in conversation; she has given me good advice and recommendations on any issues I may encounter.
She is very rude to me, but not my husband. I find that very weird. Now that I read other reviews, I have had very, very similar experiences. She talks about my child in front of him, something that the Pediatrician said not to do. If she doesn't like you, she gives you a hard time, and either asks inappropriate questions, or her mannerisms are inappropriate. She seeded to enjoy it when I became agitated with her. Her visits are 5 minutes long, so she is packing a lot of kids in one day. Good for the purse. I told her we might get a doctor closer to home,so she said she would not write a scrip for my son. There is definitely something amiss there.
My 23 year old son has autism and has been her patient since he was 6. She has always been respectful of him and of us, has addressed our concerns, and worked with us to make certain his medication helps him live his everyday life in comfort. She always engages him during exams, and I find her to be thorough and professional.
Dr. Michelle D. Kleiman's Credentials
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- Temple University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1986)
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