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  • I am seeing Brandon Kelly from Ohio State University and he is excellent. They interact with my husband very well. He has been given a misdiagnosis elsewhere and they figured out the real situation. I took awhile to get the apppointment but that's sort of normal with specialists. The treatment wasn't totally effective but that wasn't their fault. They did what they were supposed to do.
    - SETH Y.
  • He is an excellent surgeon and has an excellent bedside manner.  He follows through with his patients.  He provides his personal cellphone number for you so if you have some questions or concerns you can work with him directly.  A lot of surgeons would not do anything like that.  The entire time I was in the hospital, he is there to see me two if not three times a day.  He is just a great guy.  He really cares about his patients.  He is an awesome guy.
    - Juana W.
  • While I appreciated beginning with serious concerns first, in the end, my problem is likely due to an issue that can be dealt with through physical therapy. Physical therapy was downplayed as a potential solution during my visit. This may be a good option for people who have spinal injuries, but in my case (no trauma) discouraging physical therapy took me down the expensive route to assessment without providing any solutions or relief.
    - Irene P.
  • The sleep study started out on a Thursday night with 3 or 4 of us standing outside the Westerville and quot;campusand quot; waiting to be let in, because the security or whoever was supposed to watch for us wasn't there. We finally walked over to another area and let ourselves in. I brought my own pillow and a change of clothes and my toothbrush, per the advice on the paperwork from Dr. Eickholt's office. We were all given separate rooms with TVs and our bathrooms, much like a hospital room.
    Then, we met the sleep technicians who hooked all the sensors to us, and wow, that was interesting. Both Greg and Jason were great, but it was odd to have someone and quot;scrapingand quot; some of your skin on your scalp in order for the sticky sensors to work better. After all of the apparatuses were attached, including belts, I looked ridiculous. My first thought was and quot;No one can sleep with all this crap on them!and quot; But, somehow I fell asleep.
    The next day for me was made up of either 4 or 5 (can't remember) naps where they measure if someone falls asleep, how fast, etc. Between the tests, they brought in menus to order from Bob Evans for breakfast and lunch. Um, please consider another food vendor. I was glad to have food brought to me, but the food options weren't the healthiest and the food itself was loaded with salt and generally not appetizing. The day went on forever, watching TV and reading my book did not make a dent in the time AT ALL. Being stuck in a room all day, eating 2 unhealthy meals and no physical activity was NOT FUN. During a couple of the naps, one of my head sensors would come off and the technician would have to come in and fix it. Oh, and he also had to disconnect me when I had to use the restroom.
    Throughout the day, the tech was good natured and very helpful, asking if I needed an extra drink between meals. He also had a sense of humor, which I discovered when he came in for the FINAL TEST (finally!) I was lying in bed, wanting to get it over with, when he asked if I was ready for the next to last test. What?! I thought this was the last test! Oh, haha, you're funny! Very funny. I imagine watching people sleep and staring at other screens all night gets to a person. This job must require a sense of humor!
    So, once the final test was over late in the afternoon, the tech removed all the sensors, leaving me with the worst bed head ever. The glue like substance that was still in my hair came out when I washed it, thankfully. In all, I found the whole thing very interesting, and wished I could have seen some of the actual data that my body produced. I had a follow-up with Dr. Eickholdt that didn't have any major revelations, based on the data. But, at least I have some tips on good sleep habits and I've made some changes based on those tips.
    - TRACIE D.
  • .I was stuck in traffic. I called them and they said they have a no late policy and when I got there they wouldn't see me. Finally the office manager lady came out and asked me to leave. I wrote a long letter to the doctor to let him know what I thought. One night the phone rang and he called and said he thought it would be better to not come. He deals with alot of patients with MS and they could possibly be late and he just doesn't tolerate it.
    - MARILYN P.
  • He is a good listener but when he comes in the room, he is ready to go and he is real fast. But if I have a question, he stops everything and he listens. He has helped me with my balance problem. My first impression of him was that I didn't know if I wanted to go back to him but after the second meeting, I liked him. I will continue to use him in the future and I would be seeing him again in June.
    - DAVE C.
  • I only saw him once, but I felt so great after leaving.  I felt like skipping!  Dr. Fahey really knew what he was doing.  He asked many questions about my health and answered all of my questions.
    - SHIRLEY G.
  • I have visited him around six times.  He is really good.  He has a great manner and demeanor.  I like him a lot.  He is very thorough in checking his patient out.  He is good at telling them and conveying the reason for the problem they have.  He doesn't run any unnecessary test.
    - Karen L.
  • My face-to-face time with Dr. Fulop has been extremely limited -- maybe three appointments in four years -- so my information on the doctor is limited. I thought I would submit a report nonetheless because my treatment has been VERY successful. I gave a B grade for availability because when I have sought an appointment with Dr. Fulop I've usually had to wait some weeks. I gave a B grade for communication because some of his explanations weren't as clear as I would have liked. This is really a minor point though. He definitely provided time to answer my questions so maybe the communication problem lay with me not him! Overall I am very happy with Dr. Fulop and plan to continue using him in the future.
    - THOMAS C.
  • I find Dr Fulop to be smart, polite, professional, and very thorough. He is very accurate in his documentation about problems and quite detailed about appointments. He takes time to listen and to assess the situation before deciding upon a course of treatment. He clearly explains conditions and his reasoning for coming up with a course of treatment, etc. He let me decide upon the route I wanted to take for treatment, but clearly explained the pros and cons of each. I have recommended him to others and they have also found him to be quite an excellent doctor. I have no complaints at all about the medical care he provides.
    - Nikki C.
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