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Recent Dermatology Reviews in Inwood

  • A
    Dermatology Associates
    Dr Flax used a liquid nitrogen treatment to freeze the damaged areas. The treatment was done in the office. It ws fast and for the most part - painless. It worded. I have another appointment in January.
    - Bob B.
  • A
    Liotta, Dr. Elizabeth A.
    The doctor and her assistant were very thorough and professional. I was in and out within a reasonable amount of time. Not much waiting in the waiting room or in the exam room. Removed one growth and had it sent for a biopsy. I will say it is hard to get in for a yearly body exam. They do call for an appointment but if you don't call back the next day it's hard to get in. So book well in advance.
    - Dorothy O.
  • A
    Hahn Medical Practices
    I've been going there for almost two years. I like that the examination was a thorough examination, they answered all my questions and did not hesitate in taking the procedures they thought was necessary for my well being, I was really impressed with them compared to a past dermatologist that I had.
    - Tracey R.
  • A
    Carolina Dermatology - Columbia
    The staff was wonderful. They helped my little guy feel at ease and were quick, and careful. I would highly recommend them!
    - Kelly Lynn M.
  • A
    Hahn Medical Practices
    His personality is nice. He knows what's wrong with you right away, and he treats you promptly. He's very good.
    - Mary D.
  • A
    Steuer, Dr. Kathryn L.
    Dr. Steuer examined the area and took a biopsy. The office called me with the negative results. She was very pleasant and answered all my questions.
    - RON & SUE C.
  • D
    Dermatology Associates Inc
    I was referred to this practice by my GP. I called for an appointment and was given one a couple of months in the future. About a month prior to the original appointment, I realized I would not be able to make the appointment. I called the office to reschedule my appointment with Dr. Bogaert and I was told I could cancel my appointment but not schedule another appointment because they were upgrading their computer system. The person I spoke to asked if I could call back in a week as the system should be back operating by then. I called back a week later and was told the system was still undergoing maintenance and I should call back again in another week. Again, I waited another week and called back. On this call, the reservation system was back up and operating but they could not give me an appointment until another month and a half in the future. After thinking about it for a bit, I asked if I could get an appointment with another dermatologist with no luck. I then asked if I could get an appointment at their other location in Martinsburg. I was finally able to get an appointment only a couple of weeks out but at their Martinsburg office which is not really very convenient. I guess, since they are the only game in town, they can be as bad as they want to be.
    - Julian K.
  • F
    Hahn, Dr. Jerry M.
    It didn't go! I have never been to this doctor. I don't live near Moorefield, WV. You are probably thinking of Jerry Hahn in Hancock, MD which is only 8 miles from me. I have not been to that and quot;Jerry Hahnand quot; either so I can't help. t'
    - Linda K.
  • F
    Johns Hopkins Hospital, Pediatric Hematology/Onco
    .  A week after the hardware removal, while I was recovering at home I was brought down by excruciating sciatic nerve pain down my left leg.  I was taken by ambulance to Winchester Medical Center where the Emergency Room doctor ordered an MRI of my lower spine.  The MRI showed a pocket of spinal fluid at the base of my spine.  The Winchester doctor diagnosed my problem as a dural tear, causing a leakage of spinal fluid that was pressing on my sciatic nerve and causing the pain.  The next day I was readmitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital.  Dr. Kebaish dismissed the other doctor's diagnosis, refused to recognize the significance of the spinal fluid leak and denied that a dural tear had occurred during my recent surgery.  He did nothing to help me and actually became belligerent.  Notably, he came into my hospital room and shouted at me, telling me to go on the internet and find another doctor because he didn't know what was wrong with me.  When I asked him to refer me to another doctor at Johns Hopkins he refused, saying that I needed to have "someone who was on my side."  Three years later, in 2011, another MRI showed that the spinal fluid was still there, but now encapsulated into smaller pockets and cysts.  It is still causing me pain, but now there is no possibility of removing it by surgical intervention.  The arachnoid lining of the spinal chord is in a constant state of inflammation.  My condition now is called "arachnoiditis."  My pain is controlled by a whole pharmacy of drugs, including Cymbalta and Gabapentin for neuropathic pain, and narcotics. Of course I complained to Johns Hopkins and several specific entities there about the miserable treatment that I had received.  They were at first unresponsive, and when I persisted and insisted upon being heard by the head of Orthopaedics, they were unapologetic.  I wouldn't recommend Johns Hopkins department of Orthopaedics to anyone.
    - Katherine A.
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