Dr. Michael A. Wilensky, MD

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Specializes in Neurology • Male • Age 67

Ochsner Health Center - Metairie
2005 Veterans Memorial Blvd
Metairie, LA 70002
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Likelihood to Recommend

2.7
  • 13 responses
  • 3 reviews
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2.7 out of 5

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1 out of 5
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If I could give negative stars I would. Not only am I bruised from his roughness but I cried soon as I left from his hostility and just plain meaness! I would not recommend him at all. I wish I would of took the other recommendation and ran from him. Its no wonder its so easy to get into an appointment with him...

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1 out of 5
- in New Orleans, LA |

Hands down the worst experience I had ever had with a doctor. Waited months for an appointment in pain, only to have him rush in, immediately insult my appearance, ignore the CT scan I had brought with me, dig his fingers so hard into the sides of my neck that it brought tears to my eyes, and send me home with anti-inflammatories. I was never contacted for a followup appointment either. A more competent neurologist at another hospital later diagnosed my pain as nerve damage from meningitis.

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1 out of 5
-Harvey |

He is rude and way too rough. He hit me on the sides of my head and stuck kleenex in my eyes. He also scratched my face with a metal rod. He sent me home with muscle relaxers and I've been in unbearable pain waiting on an MRI. Stay away from him.

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