St Joseph Medical Center in Warren, OH with Reviews -

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By: Leota S.
Dr. Patabi Raj Seetharaman, MD
I was seeing a different Ophthalmologist who decided to take me off the eye drops I was on to keep my eye pressure stable. I decided I needed to get a second opinion and went to see Dr. Seetharaman because he was highly recommended to me. Dr Seetharaman checked my pressure and although my right eye pressure wasn't bad, my left eye had spiked, so Dr immediately put me back on drops to get my pressure to stabilize. He is very knownledgable, and will take the time to expalin things to you if needed. Him and his staff are very friendly & helpful. I would highly recommend Dr. Seetharaman to anyone.
By: sharon w.
Wagamon, Kyle L, MD
Dr. Kyle was wonderful to my son and me. I usually don't post reviews, but his care and bedside manner were so good that I felt I needed to say something. I was really worried about a rash my son had (I'm a new mom), and Dr. Kyle put both of us at ease. He even made my son smile, which is hard to do at a doctor's office. His staff was caring and efficient. Dr. Kyle is a fast talker and fast mover, but he answered all my questions and really seemed to care. I have seen other dermatologists, and he is by far the best in the Warren-Youngstown area.
By: imalwaysanangel
Torres Jose
I have serious issues when it comes to trusting doctors. But I have been seeing Dr. Torres for almost 2 years now, and I just him and his staff. He takes his time with you if you have any concerns or need to talk about something he is there for you, he always listen to what you have to say. And no matter what he will help you in any way that he can. I would recommend Dr. Torres to any of my friends, that's how much I trust him.
By: Pat W.
Dr. Patabi Raj Seetharaman, MD
I was referred to Dr.Seetharaman by my optometrist for cataract surgery .The office staff are so friendly and helpful 38th insurance..Dr was so caring and attentive to my concerns .Surgery was a breeze and I can't believe how well I can see.I would recommend Dr.Seetharaman to anyone for there professional eye care needs.Thank you for everything!
By: Robert W.
Dr. Patabi Raj Seetharaman, MD
Dr. Seetharaman Is a friendly extremely professional Ophthalmologist with a very modern office and the latest equipment. He operated on both of my eyes for astigmatism glaucoma and cataracts. I am extremely happy with the results. His entire office was very helpful and courteous. I think you will be quite satisfied with your experience also.
By: Rachelle G.
Wagamon, Kyle L, MD
I took my kid here because his scalp was all flaky and I was sure he was covered in fungus or something. Dr. Wagamon took a sample and did a test. Not fungus. Just exema, so we now use a special shampoo. He was really good with my son, especially since he needed to scrape his head to get a sample. No tears.
By: Betty Z.
Dr. Patabi Raj Seetharaman, MD
I had my cataracts removed in 2013. The main reason I would highly recommend Dr. S is that he takes the time to explain everything about the procedure and what to expect. He is so very personable that he removes all the doubts and fears you have about the surgery. I LOVE my new vision!!
By: S S.
Wagamon, Kyle L, MD
I had a spot on my face that I was concerned about - Dr. Wagamon gave me all the options and helped me make a decision that was right for me. He made sure that I had good follow up. He knows his stuff and was kind. I liked his office staff too - really nice and efficient.
By: Eva C.
Cash, Adam, MD
A great doctor and an excellent surgeon. He has really good bedside manners, and is a nice guy. His facial surgery for cancer, left a very small scar, on my 86 year old friend.
By: Charles E.
Dr. Patabi Raj Seetharaman, MD
I feel very comfortable with the staff and their expertise. Dr. Raj Seetharaman is very professional and knowledgeable, answers all my questions.
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