He appeared very unorganized and it seemed that he was more of a resident than a specialist. Their office requests paperwork to be filled out and sent in prior to office visit. When I walked in he spent several minutes looking thru the chart and my medical record (new patient). I even had to point out previous test results I had that he completely missed while reading my record (and it was circled). He then left the room to take a personal phone call. After coming back into the room he had to leave again to answer more questions from his MA. When he finally came back he didn't seem to care about my main concerns and stepped around the questions I had. \r
He explained things in detail, which was good....however he knew I also worked in the medical field and talked to me like I was stupid. He went on to explain treatment options before I even completed the xrays and MRI. My diagnosis wasn't what he said, he was just guessing. Luckily for me he was wrong.\r
If you do decide to go to him I would be prepared to ask questions and CHECK your bill/coding. Keep track of the time he spent with you versus the time you spend in the room waiting for him. Try to get the first appointment of the day because mine was scheduled for early morning and I still had to wait one hour before getting back into a room.
Cons: professionalism, knowledge, experience