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Recent Neurology Reviews in Wilder

  • A
    Wechsler, Dr. Robert
    He's very knowledgeable. He communicates clearly with his patients. He's got a great bedside manner. He's on top of stuff, so that he's really aware of everything that's going on. His staff also really helps out if I'm having trouble with the insurance company. I will use him again in the future.
    - James B.
  • A
    Wechsler, Dr. Robert
    I recommend Dr. Wechsler. He is knowledgeable and passionate about his specialties. He goes the extra mile and provides a unique approach applying a combination of biofeedback methods and other professional services using state-of-the-art equipment. He seems very ethical looking for the best interests of the client.
    - Bryan T.
  • A
    Harris, Dr. Wade S.
    I have been very satisfied with my experiences with Dr. Harris. He is compassionate. He is more than willing to discuss all matters with you. He doesn't rush with you and explains things very well. My brother is disabled and Dr. Harris takes my accounts of what happens into the process of treatments. He has been really good with helping me handle what my brother goes through and how to treat him efficiently.
    - Fawn K.
  • A
    James Herrold MD
    He is quite good. You do not have to wait very long. His office staff is quite professional. He is willing to talk to you and answer all your questions. He knows what he is doing. His prices are standard for what you have to pay for a neurologist. His office staff is helpful and friendly. I would use his services again in the future.
    - Victoria O.
  • A
    Seeberger, Dr. Lauren
    I have a complex upper motor neuron disease of unknown etiology. After 3 years in the medical system in California, I moved to Idaho. I have received more/better care from Dr. Seeberger in the short one month I have seen her, than in the 3 years total and other 5 neurologists in CA combined. She is thorough, and very knowledgeable regarding rare neurological disease/movement disorders. Her bedside manner is exceptionally pleasant, and purposeful. I have significant confidence in her ability to not only diagnose my disorder, but to treat it at the highest level.
    - Lanette S.
  • B
    Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Boise
    They are slow and complicated, but my Dr. Olsen is awesome. They are doing a difficult job under difficult circumstances.
    - karl j.
  • B
    Neurological Associates
    After the initial examination and tests, we were referred to another provider, then the Mayo clinic. To be fair, the disorder was a rare condition.
    - Robert B.
  • B
    ST LUKE'S BOISE MEDICAL CENTER
    They are knowledgeable, non-judgmental, and willing to listen to the patient. The service can be somewhat slow, but keep in mind it is an emergency room.
    - karl j.
  • D
    Wechsler, Dr. Robert
    I am so upset over this whole ordeal. I got my degree in the medical field and was working in neuroscience and in the operating room. I have now had to give that up because this was getting too bad. I was contacted by the US Department of Education and they informed me that I qualified for a Total and Permanent Disability discharge of my federal student loans. The requirement to be eligible for that was to have an MD diagnose and confirm that my condition will last more than 60 months, be possibly detrimental to my health, or maybe even cause death. Well it almost has, I have been hospitalized 4 times, my heart stops during my seizures, I still have trouble talking and remembering simple tasks. I will pass out daily and wake up with no memory of what happened. Everything just continues to get worse. When I brought the application to Dr. Wechsler, he told me he would not sign it because he was not going to commit fraud and would not jeopardize losing his license. My friends who are with me daily, were in disbelief that he would not sign it. His opinion is that I can go out and live a normal day-to-day life and get a job and if he signed it for me, he would have to sign it for everybody. At one point though, one of my previous employers needed me to have a doctor sign paperwork to prove that I am not a liability and he would not sign that either! The US Department of Education has been following up with me wanting to know what has been going on and Navient has also been so upset about this ordeal, that they are giving me 90 days for me to find another doctor. This has been a nightmare and has been the biggest slap in the face ever. Now, Dr. Wechsler won't even say hello to me at my appointments anymore. My friends think its because I owe him money. My friends have offered to make payments and Dr. Wechsler's office is willing to take my friends' payments but can't even say hello to me. I now am only able to see his physician's assistant, Jessica. The one thing I know about working in the medical field is that if the Physician's Assistant is working, they are working under the direct administration, supervision, and liability of that doctor. They should never come in the room and tell me what the doctor says, the doctor should be in the room speaking with the patient and giving them care. I do not recommend this doctor or their office if you want good, personal care.
    - Jule E.
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