Brent G. Yeung, MD does not have an adequate amount of comments to generate the sentiment analysis.
I'm in the process of cleaning up my records as he claimed I was a "chronic opioid user" even though I only used them after major orthopedic and neurologic surgeries. Most of the time, I only used them for a few days after surgery. This guy has slandered me, and the claim has now worked its way through all my health records. Avoid at all cost!!!!
Very poor experience; MD does not listen and does not compromise on working with the patient to obtain an appropriate treatment plan. After discussing my past medical history and failed treatments the MD stated the only plan forward was to digress back to the previously failed injections (tried twice and failed) rather than figuring out a path forward. It was also recommended to stop all pain medication prior to a major surgery which would spark a withdrawal. What kind of physician advises a patient to go into a withdrawal state causing inflammatory responses prior to a major surgery and risk complications? There was no listening. No collaboration. Please seek pain management elsewhere.
Dr. Yeung has been my savior! He listens and explains things well. He actually took home all my files over a weekend to study them and then called me after hours to tell me he agreed with the diagnosis I had come up with, ilioinguinal neuralgia, that ALL the other dozen of doctors missed but I found. And he started me on a drug for nerve pain that FINALLY helped with my pain, not the crap the other doctor kept throwing at me. The nerve drug and Dr. Yeung finally gave me my life back after 6 months of agonizing pain! After another doctor basically assaulted me when he did a procedure on me without consenting me at all, I was very frightened to do anymore procedures. Dr. Yeung and I both agreed I needed a nerve block, yet I was terrified. He sat me down and explained the entire procedure (this is how you consent your patients!!!) so I went forward with it, with no sedation at all, and it went great! And I credit Dr. Yeung's incredible bedside matter and skill in consenting patients!
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