Ratings for Dr. Andrew Kaye
Total respect for this man he is brilliant in what he does which is the most important criteria when having surgery. he does not sugar coat it and tells it how it is so you are informed with all the info and what you need to know. Thank you
the professor operated on me, in conjunction with other specialists, for a tumour in my sinuses in april 1987. among other things, this resulted in the removal of an eye, loss of sense of smell and facial scarring. i have absolutely no doubt that the only reason i am here today is because of the skill and care of him and his team. i would have absolutely no doubt in recommending him to anyone who was unfortunate enough the require his expertise. Thanks Prof.
An accident and general wear-and-tear cause a major problem at L3/L4 (according to numerous radiological analyses and consultations with other neurosurgeons and orthopaedic surgeons). My sciatic nerve was basically pinched off and dying. I couldn't walk and my right knee was swollen up like a balloon due to two x 16cm thromboses in my lower right leg from lack of activity/motion. An orthopaedic surgeon wanted to operate 'immediately' to relieve the pressure on spinal cord and sciatic nerve. I wanted to get one last opinion and was referred to Andrew Kaye by my GP as "the best". Well he was "the worst" practitioner I'd seen. I couldn't walk so I entered his office clumsily on crutches. The first thing he said, before even speaking to me much less evaluating me, was "throw those things away and start walking properly." I should have walked (limped/hobbled) out but I didn't. Cut a long story short, he said there was nothing he could do for me (after reviewing the CT scans and MRI's). I hobbled out, some $300+ poorer. had the operation (lumbar laminectomy at L3/4) done by an orthopaedic surgeon, and over the next 4 months regained the use of my right leg. It was like being born again. I would not recommend Andrew Kaye in any way. He is an obnoxious, narcissistic person who would rather send a patient away to suffer, both physically and mentally, rather than treat them with respect, compassion, and medical expertise. One star is a couple of stars too many.
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