How many times have you had an appointment in your doctor’s office, gotten there on time and then had to wait 30 minutes, an hour or even more? We all have. It is one of the frustrating aspects of visiting your doctor’s office. Dr. Kassicieh, at Sarasota Neurology, understands that. He respects patients’ time and makes every effort to see patients at their scheduled appointment time. Dr. Kassicieh does not want his patients waiting for more than a few minutes after they check in, to be seen. He values their time as much as they do and understands his patients have other commitments and time constraints.
Dr. Kassicieh and his staff strive to make sure that his patients are seen in time, tests scheduled and they can leave within a reasonable amount of time. The availability of his website, www.DrKassicieh.com, patients can read about Dr. Kassicieh’s background and learn about the neurological problems he treats. These include neurological problems such as migraine headaches, neck and back pain, Parkinson’s disease, Botox medical therapy and many others. New patients have the availability to download all the required forms, allowing them the freedom to complete these accurately in the comfort of their own home. This saves a tremendous time for the patient in filling out paperwork in the office.
Once the patient comes into Sarasota Neurology, they are pleasantly greeted by our front office manager. Insurance is verified and the patient is brought back for their appointment in a very short time. With the state of the art electronic medical record keeping, Dr. Kassicieh is able to provide better, more efficient care to his patients. Consultations, lab and x-ray as well as other tests and referrals are generated electronically. Once your visit is completed, the completed office visit is immediately faxed to your primary care physician and any consulting physicians you request. Your prescriptions are already printed and waiting for you at check out.
In summary, we here at Sarasota Neurology strive to make the patient comfortable and have a pleasurable experience. You are provided with timely, state-of-the-art medical and neurological care – based on evidence based medicine. We look forward to seeing our patients and treat them with the respect they deserve. Thank you for visiting our blog site and would invite you to visit Dr. Kassicieh’s website for more information.
Posted in Welcome and tagged Back Pain, Botox, Dr. Kassicieh, headaches, migraine, Pain, Parkinon's disease, Sarasota, Sarasota Neurology, website by Dan Kassicieh, D.O.
Welcome to Sarasota Neurology’s new web blog site. This site is dedicated to helping patient’s get up-to-date information on different neurological conditions. I am a board certified neurologist, practicing in Sarasota Florida. I specialize in treating migraine and other head, neck and face pain disorders as well as most movement disorders. These include Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, tremor, blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, limb dystonia and spasticity and restless legs syndrome. As part of the Florida Headache & Movement Disorder Center, we also treat patients with various disorders of sleep such as narcolepsy, cataplexy, nocturnal leg cramps and other conditions that cause patients to move or twitch while they are sleeping. Of course, other important neurological problems will be discussed. I will post the latest reliable information for you to review. You will notice that almost all of the conditions discussed involve seeing a neurologist. If you are in the Sarasota treatment area, we would be happy to schedule you for a consultation. Occasionally, I may put other items of interest on this site. Suggestions are always welcome but I would ask that you fax them to my office in Sarasota. Please visit my main website at: DrKassicieh.com
Welcome to Sarasota Neurology blog site.
Posted in Welcome and tagged blepharospasm, dystonia, face pain, headache, hemifacial spasm, leg cramps, limb dystonia, migraine, movement disorder, Movement Disorders, neurologist, Parkinson, Parkinson's disease, Restless Legs Syndrome, Sarasota, spasticity by Dan Kassicieh, D.O.