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I am sooooooo impressed with Dr. Yan. I have not been as impressed, as I was with Dr. Yan. My wife had Dr. Stiefel since she was 16, and she is now 68 years old. Dr. Stiefel retired, and she has had Dr. Willis, and now, he is retiring, supposed next year. My wife, Ms. Marsha LYNN Myers, now wants Dr. Yan to take her as a client, now, or when Dr. Willis retires. Dr. Yan is the most pleasant doctor you will find, anywhere.
First visit with Dr Yan was good, considering the reviews on this page. Second visit was horrible. First, she took almost an hour to get into the room. Then she blatantly falsified my nerve test by forcing my legs to flex more than I could physically flex them, thus getting the results SHE wanted. She then skated over the fact that my MRI shows severe stenosis saying, "I see one, two bump but nothing to worry about." I said, "Then what's causing my issues?" She said, "What issues you have?" I explained everything again. Then she put me through the same battery of tests she'd done at my first appointment. Then she opened my lab work which showed several abnormal markers and said, "I see 1 low abnormal and I'm not worry about it." I asked about the others and, no kidding here folks, she said, "I'm not smart enough to diagnose your condition." I asked, "Then why are you a doctor?" She repeated, "I am not smart enough to treat you. You follow check out sign to exit."And left very quickly.
Muy responsable con sus pacientes y es la mejor neurología que e conocido
I find Dr. Yan to be very highly competent, very caring and attentive. She is very thorough in her examination and in providing expert solutions to problems.
Dr. Yan failed to give me adequate information about the medicine that she was prescribing, nor did she check to ensure that the medicine was safe to take with other meds that I was currently prescribed, or for a nursing infant. I was given this information from another doctor when I called later, after having taken the medicine. This could have been disastrous. I have lost confidence.
I visited with Dr. Yan on April 3 2017 and was pleasantly surprised on how good she is. She took time to take measurements and some simple nerve system tests and explained to me the tests and the reasons. and She was very knowledgeable, experienced and patient in listening to my problems and answering the questions. I found her to be professional(She was graduated from one of the best medical schools in China, similar to Harvard), friendly and caring. One of the best physicians I have visited.
I went several issues, migraines, Dr Yan was very nice and helpful. She took the time to help with all my issue.
Although her staff was friendly, and made making appointments easy, Dr. Yan was down right useless. I went to her to as a new patient for pain in my upper right back from an old car accident injury. She left me waiting in the exam room for more than 30 minutes, making me late getting back to work, despite that fact that I was one of her very first appointments that morning! She spend less than 20 minutes with me! She was cold, and super unprofessional, and then she tried to over bill me!
I like Dr. Yan very much, & would highly recommend her.
Dr. Yan ignored all of my symptoms and basically everything I told her when she learned I had previously been diagnosed with depression (despite the fact that I have had depression for over 15 years, and yet these completely different and progressive symptoms for less than 2 years); at this point she asked what tests "I want," as if I am a doctor or have had any previous medical training. To summarize, Dr. Yan does not just practice bad medicine, she appears to be completely irrational. The entire 5 minutes left me bewildered and upset.
I have MS so I see a neurologist regularly. I generally have to wait for Dr Yan to see me, but she spends time with me. She give me my options, does not rush the exam, and explains what/why she is doing what she is doing. There is a little bit of a language barrier, but it is not enough to change. This is the only physician that has ever called me at home personally to give me test results or talk to me about options in treatment. I really appreciate that.
This was my first trip to a neurologist so I had never had the nerve shock test done or the test that involves sticking somesort of needle or something ( I still don't know) into the muscle. After the routine examination of my shoulder dr.Yan asked me if I had ever had a test done that evaluates whether or not I had nerve or muscle damage. I said no and she left it at that. Now, usually if a patient has never had a test done the doctor will explain the basics of it. She did not, she let me be completely and extremely painfully surprised when an electric shock was sent to my fingers and then up my arm. When that test was over she moved right into a test that examines muscles, without even telling me that she was going on to something more painful. she then stuck whatever sort of needle thing into the muscle in my hand and THEN said little poke! If you intend to do a test the actually makes your patient bleed.... TELL THEM!! I am twenty years old and have had a hip replacement along with many other painful experiences and I haven't cried in a doctor's office since I was about seven and I was terrified of getting a shot. I cried when the cold hearted dr.Yan did those tests. Not only were they very painful but the doctor doing the tests didn't care at all that I was crying in pain. She never said a word to me throught the ten or fifteen minutes that these test consumed. When she was done all she said was that she didn't see anything wrong with my shoulder and I wouldn't need a follow up. I wouldn't have scheduled a follow up if she told me my life depended on it! NEVER see this doctor. She is a machine just doing her job and doesn't really care about the patients well being.
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