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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Robert Sherman now offers laser therapy for the treatment of prostatic obstruction. This can be done in a hospital if necessary, but is easily performed as a minimally invasive procedure in his office under local anesthesia in under 20 minutes in most cases. If you are suffering from urinary issues ask Dr. Robert Sherman if laser surgery is right for you.
Verified Patient Reviews
Everything was good.
The doctor is a nice person. He seems like a good man. My complain comes when i went there 15 days ago to get the prescription and i had a problem with my insurance to cover it. I try calling the office to solve the issue.. have them give me another prescription but its been forever and they forgot to give me the new prescription. i also feel he doctor rush me. I didn't feel they really focus on every individual. i feel they see your results and gives you a solution in 4 minutes while other patients wait in other rooms. I feel they don't really care about the patience and its unfair bc i pay for every time i go so i spect them to solve any issue.
Friendly office staff (which is great for a change!), professional and courteous doctor.
the doctor is very friendly and professional he took care of my dad's problems right away thank you doctor Sherman
It was a great medical attention!!
Excellent experience. Easy to schedule. Minimum wait time. Dr. Sherman is very professional.
No waiting. Dr.Sherman was excellent. Felt very comfortable with his medical advice and glad to be his new patient.
Great doctor! Everything was kind of fast and in a rush, but I am satisfied with the professional level and friendly people in the office! Very recommended.
Dr Sherman is a fantastic proffesional and human. I'm very happy that I choose him. Thanks Dr Sherman and the entire staff. Best Rogelio
Thoroughly professional. The best kind of recommendation.
Amazing Dr Pierre!!
The wait is much too long. I was told that it's because there was an emergency but apparently Wednesday is the day tests are done and suggested to come another day for regular appointments. In this case should the staff be scheduling less on Wednesdays?