West Windsor Neurologists

in West Windsor, NJ

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"The wait time for Dr.
is fairly short compared to many doctors, usually under 10 minutes. The office and waiting room are very small, but there usually aren't" many people there so it's not that bad. Dr.
was very good at listening to me and asking relevant questions. I have been having trouble remembering things and her initial diagnosis was pseudodementia caused by anxiety. She prescribed an antidepressant and recommended more sleep. That definitely improved my symptoms. However, I still have some problems so it's not the entire solution. She recently recommended I see a psychiatrist but couldn't give me the names of anyone she could recommend. Overall I think she's done a good job, but her english is a little weak so it makes it more difficult to understand her due to the accent and grammar differences. I only know how she did with me and she definitely helped. She's very calm and she takes time to explain things. I didn't feel rushed.
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George G.
"I know it has been a while since I was treated by Dr.
, but I felt it important to share my experience with this community. Dr
was" very rarely on time and often left me sit in the waiting room for over an hour past my appointment time - many times while I was having serious headache issues. One of the most incredibly insensitive things he did while I was still his patient was to completely disregard my appointment time so that he could be interviewed for a TV spot. I was made to wait with fussy kids for well over an hour. When I tried to address his tardiness,(it was very difficult to be tied up for hours dealing with seeing him) he refused to continue treating me. From my personal experience, he is the most uncaring, insensitive Doctor's I've ever been associated with.
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Tina E.
"I was diagnosed with MS 14 years ago by another doctor. I have had no complications until recently. While I thought Dr
was good at explaining my MRI and putting" me on medication to control pain her attention to her patients after the appointment is over is lacking. If you have any questions or want to change anything about your medication you have to go through an automated system to leave a voicemail with her nurse. In my case I wanted to change the dosage of my medication. I was called back 5 days later. I was told I could take more. I needed a new script for the number of times to take a day and monthly quantity of pills. I had told her I had changed pharmacies and she acted like she was bothered. She asked me what pharmacy and I told her and even told her I had the number. She snapped back and said "I have it". Well when it came close to refill my script I called my pharmacy and they had no record of the script. So I left a message on the nurse's voicemail telling her this and left the name if the pharmacy again. My pharmacy even faxed them. With no response from the nurse after a couple of days I called back. I left a message with the pharmacy name and number and also stating the script still isn't in there. She finally called back the next day (with an attitude) telling me she had called it in 2 weeks prior. After doing a little digging she called it into my old pharmacy not once but twice. Then when she called it in she did not correct on how many could be taken a day so now I only have half a script. I am back to square one. While I can understand mistakes happen I can not understand it taking 3 weeks to correct a

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Neurology reviews in West Windsor


I have used him for 20 years. He takes an interest in you, he sits with you, he answers any questions that you have, and if he has to, he will call you back during the day. He is just a good doctor.
- Linda R.

He is excellent. He is extremely knowledgeable. He has helped me a great deal. The staff is also excellent. I've been going to him for 4 years.
- Carole S.

It went well. He seemed thorough and had a good bedside manner. The office was good. It is not easy to set up an appointment.
- Denice J.

I have been taking her to see him for a little over a year now. He is taking care of my daughter and is trying to find a cure for her. My daughter was previously misdiagnosed when she was five years old. It wasn’t until I took her to Dr. Devinsky that I knew what was wrong. For the most part, he has been recently able to stop the seizures when she takes her medication. He has not given up. When things look bleak, he finds another test to help us try and get to where we need to go. He is considered one of the best neurologists in his specialty. He is wonderful!
- Mitch W.

Dr. Thomassy- was very knowledgeable and helpful. He taught me stress relief techniques as well as helping my pain. His education as a Chiropractor of Neurology helps him treat you on a higher level. I would recommend him to everyone looking for pain relief!.
- Suzanne S.

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is a wonderful neurologist with a great bedside manner! He explains everything that he is doing thoroughly and even when he is administering a test that he knows is uncomfortable for the patient, he checks in to make sure the patient is ok several times and is very caring. He takes his time with his patients and never dismisses questions. He is very respectful.
- Kristy N.

Terrific. The GI suite was pleasant. The nurses were wonderful - caring, compassionate, and warm. The GI doctor was professional and provided excellent care.
- Shane N.

All Neurologists in West Windsor, NJ

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Bae, Dr. Sung H.

774 Christiana Rd

Barton, Kesha


Bromley, Dr. Steven

739 S White Horse Pike

Calvin Stafford MD

175 E Chester Pike

Cantillon, Dr. Marc

134 Walnut St

Chen, Dr. Maria F.

60 Township Line Rd

Childrens Hospital Neurology

3400 Civic Center Blvd

Chu, Dr. Jennifer

3400 Spruce St

Cook, Dr. James H.

1245 Highland Ave

Dante, Dr. Stephen J.

409 Rt 70 E
Cherry Hill

Desouza, Dr. Bryan X.

100 E Lancaster Ave

Gomez, Dr. Rene S.

3131 Princeton Pike
Lawrence Township

Greenstein, Dr. Jeffrey I.

1341 N Delaware Ave

Grossinger Neuropain Specialists

23 Chester Pike, Ste 301

Gzesh, Dr. Dan J.

1245 Highland Ave

Harold Hardison MD

3601 A Street

Henriksen, Dr. Duane

201 Green St

Kazmi, Khuram

230 North Broad Street

Khoury, Dr. John S.

1245 Highland Ave

Kubersky, Dr. Lee I.

3501 Masons Mill Rd

Kuznits, Dr. Sagi M.

649 N Lewis Rd

Lee Harris MD

1245 Highland Ave

Lee, Dr. David

520 Stokes Rd

Lewis, Dr. Stephen F.

2300 Computer Rd

Liu, Dr. Grant T.

3400 Spruce St

Lucas Margolies MD

100 E Lancaster Ave

Lynch, Dr. David

3401 Civic Center Blvd

Main Line Health Care

1991 Sproul Rd

Mirsen, Dr. Thomas R.

3 Cooper Plz

Mullen, Dr. Joseph V.

1200 Bustleton Pike

Nippert, Dr. Victor M


Palangio, Dr. Kimberly

3131 Princeton Pike
Lawrence Township

Pediatric Neurology

833 Chestnut St

Schulman, Dr. Elliot


Seelaus, Dr. Jere F

1200 Old York Rd

Shukla, Dr. Pragati

830 Old Lancaster Rd

St Francis Medical Center

601 Hamilton Ave

Sugarman, Dr. Michael G.

774 Christiana Rd

Sutton, Dr. Leslie N.

34th St and Civic Center Blvd

Tahmoush, Dr. Albert J

42 E Lauren Rd

Watanabe, Dr. Thomas K.

60 Township Line Rd

Weaner, Dr. Scott M.

2275 Whitehorse Mercerville Rd

Weinblatt, Dr. Fred M.

250 W Lancaster Ave

Wine, Dr. Doug

905 High St

Yang, Dr. Jingduan

14 S Bryn Mawr Ave
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