Psychiatrists in Inverness, IL
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Meh Jabeen Hussain,
This was our family's first visit. Our son has responded to the medication and Dr. Hussain had some good thoughts to share with us. We are looking forward to more growth and progress in our son as we are new to the area.
She has changed my life over the past 8 months. I've seen 4 other psychiatrists in the past, & she's the only one that seems to care more about her patients than trying to shove in tons of appointments ($$$) all at once just to be seen for 10 minutes . The wait times are very short, 5-10 minutes, compared to the 30 - 45 minutes I had to wait in a crowded waiting room with my last psychiatrist. Be very patient with her, while she tries to find that (perfect match) of medications that works well with your brain chemicals.
One of the few psychiatrists I've had that actually listens to me and takes my opinion and what I prefer to try into consideration. He has a very straightforward way of explaining things that makes me feel a little less crazy, and he doesn't let me make excuses for things. I would definitely recommend him, especially if you're like me and have trouble finding psych docs you like.
Concise, to the point, follows up on information you’ve shared previously (like my self-diagnosed carpal tunnel haha). He is open to listening to your concerns, but it’s important for a patient to give the same courtesy. As an RN, this is a concept I’m already very familiar with and appreciate this sort of reciprocity with my patients and their families. I only say this because the few negative comments regarding Dr Kaegi seem to do with not getting the exact medications ordered by a previous doctor or not understanding why he may be conservative with certain meds. I would assume this is especially true in patients previously receiving or requesting more than one controlled substance in different drug classes, particularly in new patients he is not yet familiar with. It’s completely understandable for a patient to be concerned with their meds which had been working for them to be changed in some way and the effect it could undoubtedly have. But it’d be irresponsible for a provider to blindly trust the judgement of another, as many providers have been entirely too liberal and patients have abused this process. I don’t say this to make you happy with Dr. Kaegi’s conclusions, rather to hopefully make one a little more empathetic to his position.
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