Dr. Kyriazi Nicholas might be an alright doctor if your child never gets sick, however here are the problems our family has run in with him. Our wait was usually about 1 to 1.5 hours. We were always rushed and after going there for years he never really remembered me or my kids. We were in his office on average every week to every other week. Here is why. Because of the allergy history with my husband we were careful with our daughter and peanuts specifically. She had a bite once from my PB & J sandwich and turned red around her mouth. I immediately suspected an allergic reaction. I brought it up to Dr. Kyriazi Nicholas and he said it was not an allergy but rather a skin reaction and we were OK to continue giving her peanuts if we wanted to. She was later tested (a diff. pediatrician referred us) and was tested very positive for peanut allergy. We now carry EpiPen for her. Same incident happened with penicillin. She turned red and had spots around her neck and face after having an antibiotic with penicillin in it. I spoke to Dr. Kyriazi Nicholas and he said to continue giving it to her for three more days. I asked why, and he said to verify if she really has an allergy. Seriously? There is also a history of Asthma in our family so when my son caught bronchitis and started having ear infections we were worried. After about 7 ear infections in a period of 6 months (now you see why we were in his office all the time)I asked Dr. Kyriazi Nicholas if that was normal and I expressed that I was concerned. He said that kids get sick and pick things up. He always said because we have an older child that she brings things home and gets our son sick. He never suggested that was see an ENT specialist or have him tested for allergies. Needles to say we switched doctors and things are looking better. He was seen by ENT and we now go to Asthma and Allergy specialist. Had we listened to the doctor we would have been in a very bed situation. I would not suggest you see him for anything but a regular office visit.