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Recent Rheumatology Reviews in Farmingdale

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    Sari Edelman
    She's a physician that listens to what you have to say and bases her recommendations on that. Even if it's not in her particular field of expertise, she will provide great recommendations for other physicians. And, if she has knowledge on something she will share it with you.
    - deborah b.
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    Joshua W Weinstein, MD
    The waits are sometimes long and the reason that the waits are long is that he spends a lot of time with each patient, he's very thorough. He was treating my knees and found another problem with my hand.  I had knee surgery and that surgeon told me if it isn't better or you don't see an improvement the only thing I can do is I'll recommended you to somebody that does knee replacement. I saw the rheumatologist and he prescribed me something that I rub on my knees it works like a leaf. You rub it on so it doesn't have to pass through your kidneys to get to the point of inflammation. You rub it on your knees I do twice a day and my knee where I couldn't bent it I had to pick it up to get into a car I can bend knees I can kneel at church, I have two knees again. No surgery.
    - Jayson I.
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    Summit Medical Group
    I've been using Summit Medical Group for over a year now. They have all different kinds of doctors in their practice -- anything you need, from physical therapy to an endocrinologist. There's very short wait times in the waiting area. You get in and out. They're very straightforward and have a very professional staff. The doctors are top-notch and very knowledgeable. They don't just try to get you in and get you out. There's no rush. They talk their time to talk to you and try to explain things. All the doctors I've talked have been great. Everything is great there.
    - Derron B.
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    David Lans DO,FACP
    I love him. He is a good listener. He is very compassionate and sympathetic. He is knowledgeable. His staff is pretty good. His demeanor is fine. I would use him in the future.
    - suzanne b.
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    Lieberman, Dr. Eric S.
    We were trying to find a doctor; who would take my son because he was, under 18. Most doctors wouldn't see him. There are very few pediatric rheumatologists; there are about 4 in the state of New Jersey. He is not a pediatrician but he was willing to take my son even though he was under 18; which, was the great part. He was very thorough and really sat down and talked to him; and, evaluated his situation. He is a good doctor and his staff members are friendly; but, when I call his office, I don't know whether they relay my message or they don't get back to me. I don't know if that is him or them.
    - Carol B.
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    Charles Weber MD
    Shorter wait time than usual in the waiting room and exam room. Dr. Weber is very friendly and very chatty. His appointments take a long time, but are worth it because he always does a full rheumatological exam and addresses all questions and concerns.
    - Ann J.
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    Pyramid Medical Associates
    He's personable, he takes time with you. He is very competent and knows exactly what to do in the situation.
    - Harold S.
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    Tam, Dr. Mark
    He has saved my father twice so far for totally non-gout-related things. The first time, he thought he had gout. This doctor said that he didn't have gout, and he sent him to a vascular surgeon, which saved his leg. Another time, my father had a regular appointment. This doctor suggested that he go to a hospital. If he hadn't gone to the hospital that day, he might have died. The visits go great.
    - LISA M.
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    Giles, Dr. Jon T.
    I liked him very much.  I have seen him twice and it was worth the trip, which is 2 hours for me.  He is smart, warm, and compassionate - pretty much what you want from a doctor.  I liked him very much and I will continue going to him.  New York Presbetirian is a wonderful facilty.  It is convenietly located and has valet parking.
    - Chris and Lucy B.
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    Lichtbroun, Dr. Alan S
    Practical things: His practice is in an office park and is easily accessible. Off-street parking is fine. I've never been happy with the office park's snow removal service, so be careful. His outside office door is only a few feet from the curb, but they're inclined, which can make it harder to navigate. The waiting room is small but adequate; the chairs are a little small for big people like me. The rest room is close-by and accessible. He has good office hours; however, if you need him between Friday afternoon and Saturday night, he is not available; he has an excellent service that he uses. BTW, Dr. L's office/professional staff is great and very efficient and helpful. His nurse knows everything, and she draws blood more painlessly than almost anyone who has ever searched my arms for a usable vein. Dr. L has a lot of seniors and elderly people as patients, and he knows how to treat them and to be gentle with them and their issues.( I suppose I should be honest and say "our issues," but I'm not gonna!) However, his practice includes people of all ages, and I have seen young professionals just as often. It's the sort of practice that seems to draw patients who like to chat with total strangers in the waiting room. One of the things I like about Dr. L is that he uses Alternative Medicine as an adjunct to his practice. He even studied acupuncture in China at one point in his life. (He says he now knows enough about it be able to recommend that patients seek out a "real" acupuncturist when appropriate.) He has a large number of neutraceuticals from places like Life Extension, and essentials oils from Young Living, that he can provide. He also has a colleague who has a space in his office, who can offer more complicated kinds of alternative treatments in addition to Dr. L's western medicine. Dr. L is always helpful, but he has never been a "pill-pusher." I've asked him about medications and treatments that he frankly said No to, and explained exactly why they weren't going to help me or why they weren't worth the kinds of co-pays I'd have. On several occasions he called colleagues right then and there to ask for their opinion on something important. When my insurance (now Medicare) balked at paying for treatments more modern than they were, he has always been able to explain to them why it was the only way to go. Sometimes I have had to wait 20-30 minutes past my appointment times, but I never have been upset. Once I'm in his office, I feel like I'm the only other person in the world. He never rushes me or goes back and forth to other patients. It's even rare for him to take a phone call while in the middle of an appointment. Nowadays not many people talk about professional ethics, but it's become clear to me over the years that Dr. L walks the walk. He told me he had once planned on becoming a rabbi; I'm so grateful he chose medicine instead.
    - Sister Elias F.
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