Ratings for Dr. Mohamed Moussa
This is the worst place to go for an eye doctor. I was terrorized by this horrid doctor for 4 years while he blamed me saying its my fault I have bad eyes, and said I must do $500 sessions. every year when my eye exam came around I would get terrible anxiety. He is cold, and unprofessional and doesnt have a single compassionate bone in his body. I finally switched to a new doctor, got diagnosed with progressive myopia, got a new type of lens from my new doctor and my prescription has hardly changed in 2 years. do not ever go to this place, it will strip you of happiness....
If you have an issue with your eyes then Dr. Moussa is the guy to see. He is not a typical Optometrist. He is a specialist in complex vision issues. After a concussion in 2012 my vision and balance were compromised. An Optometrist in the Tecumseh Mall told me I was fine and sent me on my way. After a few more months of struggling and not even being able to read a text, my family doctor sent me to Dr. Moussa. Not only does he have specialized equipment and testing that other optometrists do not, he really knows about vestibular issues and brain injuries that other optometrists do not! After 1 year of vision therapy, my eyes are finally working the way they should be. I do not have to wear glasses to read a text and my eyes can help me stay a little more balanced. I still have some balance issues but at least my eyes and working. It's amazing what this type of therapy can do. If your child is cross eyed or has a lazy eye why would you not try this before anyone operates in London! Seriously can not imagine choosing surgery over his methods. They may take a lot longer but they are safe and effective. The optometrist office staff are just ok but the staff at the vision therapy office are amazing. Especially Zee! Just love her.
I brought my son to see Dr. Moussa for vision therapy. I had been talking on the phone to a friend who brought her daughter and when I hung up, my son told me he read with only one eye (he would suppress his his left eye and no one had ever noticed). When he was two, the surgeon wanted to correct his eyes with surgery, which I would not do. We did the vision therapy and now he can read with both eyes, his eyes work together (he had two lazy eyes and trouble at school). Now he can keep up with the school work, his grades have improved a lot, he's faster at his school work. Dr. Moussa is doing very advanced work. Yes, it is expensive but when you look at the long term benefits, it's worth every penny.
Money, money, money : That's all it is with Dr. Moussa.. I was born with vision problems and had 2 corrective surgeries as a child. Now in my adulthood I am having extreme pain and focusing probs due to my accommodative esoptropia. I have been waiting to see a surgeon in Toronto and I decided to look into vision therapy as an option. After a student did my eye exam Dr. Moussa came in and said they won't do surgery on you, you are too old. I can correct your vision and rid of your headaches through 70 sessions of therapy. I asked if there is a money back guarantee for his services and he laughed and said "No", I said what makes you think I am going to give you $5500 with no guarantee? I wouldn't buy a car without a guarantee this is my health! If the government and insurance companies won't cover this therapy doesn't that tell you something?? It may work for some but doesn't work for all. He felt I could finance it with my bank or he could put me on a payment plan..yowsie..
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- Aetna - Choice Pos Ii
- Aetna Hmo
- BCBS Texas
- Cigna Hmo
- Cigna Ppo