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11/08/2012
By: janetwilliams185
Michigan Brain & Spine Inst
Dear Doctor Sabit, I feel compelled to express to you in a meaningful way, how much your expertise has affected my life. I’ve started letters, and then throw them away for fear of appearing gauche. I don’t know how to say this other than from my heart. I’ve had a plaque hanging in my home for several years that says: -just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly -proverbIt profoundly represents the impact your skill has had on my life. The long term deterioration of my health has taken me from long distance running, backpacking the Tetons, Glacier, Continental Divide and outdoor enthusiast to a shut-in.The T.I.A.s last September had me preparing myself and sons for the end of my life. My miracle started with finding Doctors A. Fram as my primary doctor and K. Fram as my neurologist last summer. Then you walked in my hospital room and put the cards on the table (figuratively speaking). You made me feel safe in a very frightening crisis. A week later you surgically corrected the problems with my cervix. You nailed a diagnosis and treatment that ended a long time suffering. My chronic weakness- GONE, and all T.I.A symptoms GONE... and I become a butterfly – well sort of. Thank you Doctor Sabit.Incidentally, U of M Ann Arbor could not find what you found. Also, over the holidays, I was at a scrapbooking place in North Branch. To my surprise, a lady started talking about the “incredible doctor” that performed a brain surgery on her daughter following an accident. It was you. Our community needs you. Bless you and everyone that brought you here.
11/06/2012
By: sullinger_m
Michigan Brain & Spine Inst
I just wanted to say thank you for what you did for me, not only my surgery but finally giving me pain relief. I had been suffering with severe neck pain since 2006 and although I had a MRI every year since. None of my Doctors ever looked at my actual films or discs they just went by what the report said, which I never saw. They only said that there was nothing significant that they could tell me, I even went to a neurosurgeon and she said there was nothing she could do and sent a report to my family Doctor whom said makes him as comfortable as possible. So my comfort was aided with Percocet, Morphine, and Soma, but it also meant that I could not work with the meds I was on my pain; no one would hire me I was labelled a liability. So when I came in to see you and I described my pain you will never know how happy I was when you told me about my bulging disc in my neck was causing all the pain and you could fix it. I finally felt relief to know the pain wasn’t in my head like all the doctors were telling me, but I had an actual problem that could be fixed. The nurses and doctors were great at the hospital and my surgery went great. I am on the road to recovery and I will soon have my life back. Thank you will never express the words I want to say for all you did. Thank you again Dr. Sabit.
11/13/2012
By: markhamgayle
Michigan Brain & Spine Inst
I’m taking the time to thank you so much for all you have done for me and my family. Words cannot begin to describe the thanks I have for your surgical expertise and the care you given to my grandma. You and your staff have been wonderful through all of this. You tried so hard to give her the best care and tried everything you could do. That has meant so much to me. I felt bad enough that it was my fault that she fell because I was the one pushing her and I didn’t see the crack in the sidewalk and then hearing how bad she hit her head. I’ve been staying with her, taking care of her and then she dies in my care. That was hard for me. You don’t know what you did for me. She may have died but your doctor gave me extra time with her so I could say goodbye to her and learn to know that accidents happen. That means everything to me. She was the most important person in my life. Your care was exceptional. You’re intelligent, caring, understanding, and highly skillful, so thank you doctor.
10/25/2012
By: lisa.s.94
Michigan Brain & Spine Inst
Words don’t seem like enough to thank you for all you did for me and to my family last Thursday. You jumped into a bad situation you had no history in and literally saved my life. I truly felt like I was dying. I am still experiencing many of the withdrawal symptoms (Sunday) and I am very weak. I guess I just have to be.
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04/28/2017
By: Lisa F.
Huron Ophthalmology PC
I'm a new client and just called today and they got me in today at a convenient time after work. Check in was swift and pleasant. Didn't even wait 3 minutes to get in. Dr. Wolfe and staff were excellent and very pleasant. Will start going for my annual check up too! Highly recommended!
10/29/2012
By: carl.edison.987
Michigan Brain & Spine Inst
Hope you have a wonderful holiday and many blessings in the New Year. I sure wish you were still here. You have been one of the only doctors that were very upfront with us.
11/05/2012
By: mcurtis199
Michigan Brain & Spine Inst
To Sabit, just want to say thank you for a great surgery you’ve done on me. I’m getting better and I’m sure it will continue.
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04/25/2012
By: garybailey
Michigan Brain & Spine Inst
I had a micro-discectomy with Dr Geiger 2 weeks ago and I feel great, Dr Geiger gave me my life back. Highly recommended
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