Ratings for Dr. Matthew A. Stanizzi
My husband had a catheter put in after nerve damage during colon surgery. They put it in correctly. The visiting nurse at our home, noticed extended abdomen, and discerned (also based on dizziness) that the catheter was not inserted properly. Ended up in emergency room, where they took out 900 ml, said it had been inserted incorrectly, and reinserted it. The result was months on a catheter, until the bladder could recover. Thankfully it did recover. There were multiple other issues too lengthy to write. Get a second opinion.
He made me feel like I didn't know anything about urology or my kidney stones. Came in the room for two minutes and interrupted me when I was asking a question. His office staff is just so rude and terrible. Never call back, never follow up and they know absolutely nothing about urology. It's sad that me being the patient had to tell them what to do. Do not go there.
Great job. I had several kidney stones one stuck in the tube like 8 or 9mm I think, too large to pass. He got me in his office and surgery quick. Done before others would even see me. The laser lithotripsy is the way to go. I had the old water tank years ago much better today. Dr Stanizzi was very patient and caring. I hope I don't have stones again but would go back to him.
I found Dr. Stanizzi to be an excellent doctor. He is very knowledgeable about his subject area and he communicates very effectively with patients. He asks the right questions and best of all, he listens to his patients. His examination was highly professional. Once he completed the exam, he discussed options with me and I felt I was included in the decision process. Overall, I would recomment him and look forward to the follow-up visit.
Well, this teaches me for trusting others. The other review on here gave him a low score for personality, but, as he could get me in quickly, I scheduled an appointment anyway- with some trepidation. What I found was a friendly, knowledgeable and open-minded doctor who went out of his way to listen to my issues, and work within my budget (giving me the least expensive tests first). If it made sense to make him my primary care physician, I would. I’m glad that I gave this guy a chance.
Dr. Matthew A. Stanizzi's Credentials
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- Mount Sinai School Of Medicine Of City University Of New York (Grad. 2003)
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