Dr. Rob Dickerman, DO

Dr. Rob Dickerman, DO http://d1ffafozi03i4l.cloudfront.net/img/prov/3/3/W/33W79_w120h160_v13484.jpg Patient Surveys for Dr. Rob Dickerman, DO, Plano, TX, Neurosurgery

Specializes in Neurosurgery • Male • Age 48

North Texas Neurosurgical Associates
6130 W Parker Rd # 1-502
Plano, TX 75093
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  • 45 responses
  • 3 reviews
1 5 45

3.4 out of 5

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5 out of 5
- in Royce city, TX |

Impressive experience meeting him. He lived up to the hype I had heard. I know now why my Doctor referred me to him. He's got it together!

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1 out of 5
- in Argyle, TX |

Dr Dickerman saw my 96 year old mother when she was transferred to Presby Plano from another Presbyterian hospital. Although my mother was fully awake, Dr. Dickerman did not address her, but spoke to me. He was impatient from the beginning. He said, "Your mother has a broken neck. She can never live alone again. She can be released today to rehab." No follow up instructions or orders were sent with her to rehab. His office never returned rehab RN calls. Pitiful.

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5 out of 5
- in McKinney, TX |

He was truly a gift from God, without his skill and expertise I would not be walking today. Dr. Dicker an and his staff are amazing, they were with me and my family through the entire process. I couldn't ask for a better experience or surgeon to put my faith in, I would strongly recommend Dr . Dicker an and his staff for any spinal or brain injuries.

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