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Reno Neurological Associates

Physicians & Surgeons, Neurology

(775) 824-8100



6630 S Mccarran Blvd Suite 8, Reno, NV 89509

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Regular Hours

Mon - Thu

8:30 am - 4:30 pm


8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Sat - Sun


Extra Phones

Fax: (775) 824-8112

TollFree: (800) 356-4699

Payment Methods

All Major Credit Cards, Amex, Discover

Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Specialties: Neurology

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  • Worst doctor ever. Doesn't lis...

    Worst doctor ever. Doesn't listen at all. Talks over you as you are trying to explain what is going on and basically wants to get back to his lunch. If you have Intractable Migraine, please, do yourself a favor and do not go to this doctor. He will only send you to a Headache Center. Was a waste of time and money.

  • Superb Physician

    Dr. Bacchus is a caring and outstanding neurologist. I have been to several in the past for my seizure condition, but Dr. Bacchus is the only one who took the time to introduce me to a medication that my body could handle (I am sensitive to most medications). He took the time to listen, and always returns my calls within a day or less. Always there, and always cares. Highly recommend if you are looking for a competent neurologist. Thank you Dr. Bacchus.!!!

  • Very proactive

    My GP recommended Dr Qualieri and I must say he was very compassionate, kind and sensitve. The best part was his proactivness. He did all the tests needed and from my first symptom to diagnosis was 3 months which is pretty speedy for what I have. He was encouraging and really took care of everything. Granted, Doctors are busy and Dr. Q usually has a full schedule so I understand he doesn't have the leisure to sit and chat with me for an hour so I prepare myself before I go and have my questions ready.
    No complaints and I feel very fortuante to have him and his staff to call on when I need something.

  • Passive aggressive. Agree with Siskoray to an extent. Question smithan why he/she comments other c

    While I will chime in on siskoray's behalf, I question why another member would go to the extent of researching another member's comments unless they have something personally vested. Hmmm.... Anyways while I don't agree completely with Siskoray as far as my perception of this doctor's overall demeanor I can say that this one missed the mark as well.

    I had to go to UCDavis to actually get a clean diagnosis which came up as MS in the first stage, something this doctor clearly missed and I venture to agree that it is either due to carelessness or laziness. My primary care physician (A new one by the way that did not refer me to Qualieri) stated that I was not the first case that he had come upon where Qualieri's notes were questionable and lacked vital information.

    I'm glad smithan thinks this person is wonderful but be careful about commenting on other people's experiences since you clearly are biased and have no right whatsoever in making any judgements about another person's bad experience. Unless of course you happen to be a staff member instead and are simply here to advertise on your bosses behalf to which I say shame on you smithan.

    By the way, the same primary physician also commented on the quality of neurologists in Reno and mentioned that finding out that the quality of care to be less than average is not surprising. So it appears that Reno is a dry town when it comes to Neurology, at least in my opinion and experience.

    If my MS could have been detected earlier I wouldn't have had to go through months of pain and could have received proper treatment earlier.

  • If you need a great Neurologist, check these guys out!

    After months of horrible headaches and really scary dizzy spells, I finally found a doctor that knows his stuff! He asked me many questions and LISTENED to me with genuine interest and compassion. He did some simple tests with me and pointed out to me some potential problem areas. We were able, for the first time since this problem developed, to come up with a plan of action to diagnose and treat. I have hope where there was only despair. FINALLY, a guy that could answer my questions and really inspire confidence. Thanks, Doc Quaglieri!


    Regarding the above review, ""siskoray"" must not have heard what he/she wanted and apparently not from the second opinion that he/she sought either. He/she wrote the same review for Dr. Schwartz - Hmm?? My encounter with Dr. Quaglieri however, was quite to the contrary. I found him to be one of the kindest, attentive physicians I have seen. Thanks to his knowledge, diagnostic tests were done and aided him and my other physicians to treat my condition properly.

  • Was described as a big bear that won't quit, they got the big bear part right

    Extremely dismissive. During visit cut me off several times when explaining my symptoms. Ran the standard by the book series of tests and chalked it all up to psychological reasons. What a total KWAK... These people aren't caregivers, they're scientists who are only happy if you fit in there box and have cancer. Good riddens!

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