Ratings for Dr. Matthew P. Rupert
He's SO rude! ...he treats his staff like trash. The young black lady at the front desk - the one with braces-is so helpful, kind and patient and yet while in the lobby area we heard him yell at her. I heard he's had 3 different claims adjusters in the last year. He's awful!!! He has the typical short man syndrome and I have a problem with people who talks down to others. He doesn't follow HIPAA laws. I'm changing doctors.
I was outright lied to about the fee of the service. I've turned him into Blue Cross Blue Shield of TN for fraud. Mr. Rupert was one hour late seeing me. Don't waste your time with this clown ! Oh, and his so-called nerve block lasted THREE DAYS.
Dr. Rupert can be kind and caring and very able to help unless you catch him at a busy time and then you can be treated in a very abrupt manner. In seven office visits he was patient and very caring during three of them. During the other four he was so rushed and barely spent ten minutes with us. This is very disheartening when you have traveled four hours one way to come.
Dr. Rupert is one of the most emphatic doctors I have ever met. He doesn't just give you medicine, but takes the time to get you know and learn about what BEST suites your needs. He is a WONDERFUL doctor and his staff is wonderful as well. I would hands down recommend him to anyone that had any pain management needs. - Aimee
I agree with everything the previous reviews discuss. I kept trying different tests that he recommended with no effect from any of them besides over $2000, and I feel worse than when I first went in. The office staff is awful, they never call back. The only good thing about that place ate the two nurses who help do the procedures. They are both very sweet.
didn't seem to care that much about my pain. not very helpful. it seems he does not believe what i am saying about my pain. i called his office three times before i ever got a call back. at the call back they showed little interest and did nothing to address my pain issues.
A general statement about the way doctors treat us as patients now days. There is no personal service doctors try to see as many patients as they can therefore just get in and out and in some instances my doctor did an exam in less than 5 minutes and chaged $400 for this exam. There was no communication from him explaining why he did what he did during the exam. Then after the exam the doctor gives no options for medical care nor takes any suggestions from me as a patient. Lastley he makes the statement that he "wishes to make his decision based on the best outcome for the insurance company". Therefore eliminating treatments that may be better and or more effective.
Dr. Matthew P. Rupert's Credentials
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- University Of Texas Southwestern Medical School At Dallas (Grad. 2000)
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