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  • C
    Tidewater Neurology
    I may be being too kind in giving "D" for communication and Effectiveness of treatment. Waiting room is very small for the number of patients they schedule - I stood for quite a while as there was no seat available.
    - Kim D.
  • A
    Carolina Neurological Clinic
    I am very pleased with my experience with Dr. Bumgartner at Carolina Neurogical Clinic. I have had three degenerative disc issues one the past 15 years and have been treated exceptionally well by each and every staff member I encountered.
    - Helen J.
  • A
    Tidewater Neurology
    I was diagnosed accurately, treated correctly, and I am much better off as a result of my visit. Yes, I would go back to Tidewater and I would recommend this practice to a friend and/or relative.
    - Francis C.
  • A
    Fermo, Dr. Ricardo J.
    Upon his first meeting with my son, Dr. Fermo put him at ease and made him not only feel welcome but that he was very important to him, an attribute that creates a comfort level and trust that many youngsters seeing a new medical professional for the first time don't often find. We couldn't be more pleased with the outcome. Our son after just a few visits is more confident and self-assured.
    - John P.
  • C
    Fermo, Dr. Ricardo J.
    The first appointment went better than the second. The staff is always available and helpful in getting you an appointment relatively soon. This is why in my opinion this doctor is totally inconsiderate for other people's time. The wait time at my last appointment was an 1.5. Everyone in the waiting room was so frutrated people started sharing that this wasn't the first time and that they have waiting up to 2 hours before. He seems to only seperate his appointments by 15 mins, with no other full time dr. there that I saw...the service is sub par at best. I would look around but from what I can tell, he is the only specialist in town that takes BCBS. If I am wrong, please let me know - I would switch.
    - Whittney P.
  • F
    Joseph Zealberg MD
    Dr. Zealberg treated me for depression and anxiety for many years and I thought very highly of him. However he prescribed a benzodiazepine which I took for a number of years, and during the last year of treatment he kept increasing the dose. I asked him to please help me come off the medication but he did not do so. I ended up checking myself into a hospital in Columbia at which time the treating MD there discontinued the benzodiazepine (Klonopin) without a taper. The MD in the hospital told me he conferred with Zealberg about doing this and that Zealberg agreed. I was discharged 5 days later back to home in very severe withdrawal. Since he was my long time treating MD I came to see him a few days after I returned home. During the visit I was very ill. He told me that the MD at the hospital in fact never spoke with him at all. I requested that Zealberg please put me on a taper. He refused. I left his office and went home in extremely rough shape. It took me many weeks to get through the nightmare withdrawal, and to this day (March 2013) I continue to have residual effects. It is never, ever, advised to abruptly discontinue a benzodiazepine. I was betrayed by my MD and it qualifies as patient abandonment. If you choose to see this MD, do not allow him to prescribe a benzodiazepine. I also know of another person who saw him for many years and she also terminated therapy with him for a severe lapse in treatment. After that last visit with him I never returned. Buyer beware.
    - Julia M.
  • A
    Victoria, Dr. De Shong D.
    She is another great woman, I just recommend everybody to her. She is great, and very down to earth. I like people who know how to communicate, and reach people where they are at. She is very sociable, personable, and willing to understand. Of course that is part of a therapist’s job. Her staff is great, and I think she is just a wonderful person. She does a lot of things for the community. I first saw her on TV, she was doing this big thing, and we decided to give her a try. For the most part I just liked how personable she is, friendly, and down to earth. I liked her theory practice, as far as me and my daughter is concerned, it went well, the light bulb came off instantly. I liked that about her approach, I think she is great overall, and her bedside manner is wonderful.
    - WILLIAM M.
  • A
    Vo, Dr khoa
    He just moved. We used to see him at Compass Carolina and he moved to a new place. I see him at Mount Pleasant now. I was pleased as he moved closer to us. He is personable. He listens to me and that's important to me. We had seen someone else before and we knew we were having problems with the medicine. It was like his eyes kept rolling at the back of his head and not coming up with anything else and that was irritating to me. The big objection was to the first medicine but it went away but there were others, and I told him last week that we were having issues. He is very approachable, I had objections with the medicines given by the previous doctor and I discussed it with him and asked him if we could change it. He took a look at it and asked why we were on this class of medication as it was an anti-psychotic but we had gone to the previous doctor for depression. He changed the medicine. I like him. I hate it when doctors are locked. He is young and he is good. I have no complaints about him. I would recommend him to people because he is approachable. My son is a big kid, I was not afraid of my son and I know that he wouldn't hurt me but my ex-husband is concerned because he is so big that he told me to trust my instincts.
    - Kevin H.
  • F
    Tidewater Neurology

    This is not a practice to visit if you have a serious neurological disorder. Neither doctors is compassionate, especially if you are having a lot of difficulty emotionally because you are in pain. I was asked to leave the practice because I got upset in the office when getting infusion therapy after being rudely awakened by Dr. Hughes ( who was filling in for Dr. Kelly) . I had never met Dr. Hughes so I did not even know who he was.
    Then Dr. Kelly did not follow through on his Hippocratic oath, by approving my infusion therapy, which he promised to do. His office staff scheduled the date at Roper Hospital. Then when I went to get it, Dr. Kelly didn't even have the courtesy to call the nurses there, even though they kept leaving a message for him, as they needed his approval. As a result I missed 3 months of important infusion of medications, having to find another neurologist.

    - Eileen B.
  • A
    Fermo, Dr. Ricardo J.
    He is a great doctor as far as I'm concerned. I've been seeing him for about 15 years. He listens. He pays attention. He treats systems. And, he is right most of the time - not necessarily all the time. He is a good person. He's not in it for the money, he's in it for the people. He actually tries to help people. He doesn't try and cram a lot of people into his schedule. He takes time with his patients.
    - kirk r.
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