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01/06/2017
By: Lisa H.
Dr. Michael M Dvorkin, MD
What a wonderful doctor!!! Mom was experiencing excruciating pain in right hip, had a scan and diagnosed with a mild fractured hip and arthritis. She was referred to two orthopedic surgeons. We called the 1st doctor and was told she couldn't get an appointment for two weeks. Then we called Dr Dvorkin's office, explained the situation to receptionist, who put us on hold and talked to the Doc. She got back on the phone and said come in now....Wow!!! Mom went to the office, he reviewed the scan and said he could do surgery that Monday, this was on Tuesday. He was willing to rearrange his schedule. Being skeptical, at 80, and never meeting this Dr. before, she said she would wait. We researched Dr D and found he was very reputable. Two weeks later, Dec. 5, 2016 she went under the knife. He did such a great job, she was up the next day, walking on a walker and was released within 2 days. She was off her pain meds within 4 days. Today, Jan 5th was 30 days, our 2nd follow up and she is doing great! Dr. D is so informative (explaining every detail) and he is so caring and understanding. His staff is very remarkable also, attentive and friendly. They went the extra mile initially talking to the doctor and scheduling Mom right away. Mom was under a lot of stress deciding whether to live with the pain or get the surgery. She is thankful she made the right decision, having the surgery and getting the right doctor. You rock Dr. Dvorkin....Thank you!!!
10/19/2010
By: ruthwarren
Paul M Apostolo MD PA
His humor and approach to medicine relieves fears you may have, he is quick to respond to any emergency and keeps his patients informed. If an appointment needs rescheduled, it is done without hesitation. I have found that even if you haven't seen him for several years, he remembers who you are, makes you feel more like a friend instead of patient. And even if you haven't even seen him as a patient yet that day; his hello, will help you relax until you feel better just by saying hello and seeing his smile. RNW
12/01/2014
By: F. K.
Health Associates
I would like to say this practice is composed of wonderful caring people... For example, Shirley Critzer, Practice Manager, is a thoughtful, altruistic professional who went out of her way [and beyond her job description] to help and inspire my 7-year old daughter's medical career aspirations. This is a perfect example of effective medical practice leadership in the community through inspiration, selfless service and encouragement. Thank you, Shirley!
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03/23/2015
By: Tina L.
Mikhail Diaa
I've been going to Dr. Mikhail for about 5 years now. I really like him. He's very caring for my needs as a patient. Takes good care of my asthma which I have really bad and my bad allergies to, and all my many other ailments. He's a really one dynamite doctor!
10/06/2015
By: Lacey K.
Fotuhi, Majid, MD
I have also seen this doctor at NeuroGrow Brain Fitness Center in Mclean VA. He provides program unlike any other doctors I have researched. www.NeuroGrow.com
02/04/2013
By: preacher1954
Ecos MD
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