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Recent Neurology Reviews in Reynoldsburg

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    Ability Chiropractic
    Words cannot describe the comfort and relief I now have knowing that I don't have to live with the health issues that had become “normal” for me. Ability Chiropractic gave me control over my life again. I don't even want to imagine where my life would have gone if it had just "sucked it up". It's so refreshing to find a team that makes such a huge effort to educate you through every step of your care. It's so rare to find a healthcare provider that cares for you as if you were a member of their family, and at Ability you really do become family. I tell everyone I know to go see these guys-- you probably will eventually, you'll just wish you had done it sooner!
    - Audrey A.
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    Jones Neurology
    After my wife's stroke, we were introduced to Dr. Jones. He was coming out to Marysville on a weekly basis. We really felt good about him. He had since terminated those trips to Marysville and it's just in the Columbus area. We have yet to be able to find a replacement for neurologist.
    - don m.
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    OSU DEPT OF NEUROLOGY
    Easy to make the appointment, confirmation and reminder in the mail, reminder on the phone. Short wait. Polite staff. Great physicians.
    - Jennifer H.
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    Buster, Dr. Ward P.
    3 Hour surgery, Fusion to C4 and 5 and to C7 to T1. Cervical Stenosis was the original diagnosis. Surgery was to provide room to the spinal cord that was being pinched by the vertebrae.
    - Steven H.
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    John Eickholt MD
    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.
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    OSU DEPT OF NEUROLOGY
    I came in...didn't wait long...the doctor saw me...discussed my history and then referred to for occupational therapy.
    - Sandra M.
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    Jones Neurology
    He found the root of my issues and now I'm on the way to getting repaired. Dr. Jones is one the smartest and most concerned Drs. I have. Everyone in the office has a concern for you.
    - Richard J.
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    Hussein, Dr. Abdelhakim A.
    I have seen a long line of doctors in an attempt to treat chronic migraines. Dr. Hussein is the first doctors I have had who has been successful in making the headaches better. As with many illnesses, the treatment has been trial and error trying to find needed medication and dosage. Even though it took quite a while to come up with the right treatment, I did not feel that Dr. Hussein was frustrated or that he wanted to give up. The treatment kept being changed until it was working. I was also impressed with the amount of individual attention I received from him. I did not feel rushed in the office. His staff purposefully schedules longer appointment times to keep the schedule on track. My only irritation is that refills have to be done in person. There is no medication refill line as with other practices; however, since much of the medication is regulated, it is an understandable precaution.
    - Shon R.
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    Neurological Associates
    I had the surgery over twenty years ago. I have been seeing them once a year ever since. The whole organization is extremely caring and friendly.
    - John W.
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    Mankowski, Dr. Kenneth A.
    Kathy, the technician, was excellent. She took the time to fully explain all aspects of the procedure and was friendly and made me feel very comfortable. Dr. Mankowski then did some additional testing and was direct and clear on his information. He answered all my questions and came across extremely knowledgeable. My start time was delayed by at least a half and hour but the staff was very apologetic and kept me apprised of when I would be called back. Even Dr. Mankowski stepped into the waiting room to apologize for the delay -- honestly, he did that. I've never known another doctor who did that.
    - Brian F.
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