Neurological Group

Nursing (Nurse Practitioner), Neurology · 4 Providers

(61)
Average Rating of all Office Providers

Neurological Group

350 Montauk Ave Ste 1
New London, CT 06320
View All Locations(860) 443-1891

Office Providers

Andrea Bartels, APRN

Andrea Bartels, APRN

Nursing (Nurse Practitioner)

(3)
Dr. Laurence Radin, MD

Dr. Laurence Radin, MD

Clinical Neurophysiology

(38)
Andrea Stewart, APRN

Andrea Stewart, APRN

Nursing (Nurse Practitioner)

(3)

Office Provider Reviews

3.1
(61)

based on the average of 61 provider reviews for Neurological Group

Review of Dr. Radin

-Mystic, CT |

Very disappointed, after 8 months of seeing him he won’t give me any treatment plan other than medication. Closed minded to any alternative treatments, dismissive and rude.
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Review of Dr. Owens

- in Mullins, SC |

Dr. Owens has always been one of the BEST neurologist I’ve been treated by. He has provided top notch care I’ve been treated by several neurologist and he is one of the best. Always very caring, listens to what’s going on, bedside manner is excellent also.
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Review of Dr. Radin

- in Stonington, CT |

Do not go to this doctor if you have chronic Lyme and test seronegative. He does not believe in clinical diagnosis. You can have all the neuro symptoms and he won’t even listen if your lame 1 strain boreilla test is negative, even if they are all 50% false negative. He will spend no more than 5 minutes with you.
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Review of Dr. Radin

- in Mystic, CT |

If you have a death wish, this is your doctor! He doesn’t listen or have any knowledge to the 21st century medicine. I wouldn’t send my worse enemy to him!! His license should be pulled and his practice should be closed!
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Review of Dr. Radin

-Uncasville |

I have been seeing Dr Radin for over a year, he barely remembers me, he has no clue when I ask him questions regarding my meds. For example, he said I could just stop taking Topamax (which I have been taking 175 mg a day for a year) which my pharmacist said could cause me to have seizures even if I have never had seizures before in my life! This medication requires a tapering period according to the manufacturer. He had me on 2 other meds which were not helping me w/my symptoms. Use someone else
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Review of Dr. Radin

-Groton, CT |

did not listen and did not try or even attempt to fiquire out what was causing my memory problems
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Review of Dr. Owens

- in Lake City, SC |

Great doctor! Finally, a doctor who's not only intelligent but NICE too. Not only did he listen to my problems he answered my questions and ordered the appropriate test to rule out any potential issues. THANKS for making a difference. Shining example of how all doctors should strive to be.
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Review of Dr. Owens

- in Florence, SC |

Pleasant and easy to talk to. He diagnosed my condition and started me on a treatment plan that helped alleviate the issues I was having. He was very knowledgeable, attentive and explained things so that it was easy to understand. Wish more doctors were like him! Staff was friendly and helpful.
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Review of Dr. Radin

- in New London, CT |

I don't usually see Dr. Radin. I see Andrea Stewart, APRN who is wonderful. She has helped me greatly with my chronic migraines. I recently saw Dr. Radin for Botox injections for my migraines. All office personnel are very nice with few exceptions.
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Review of Dr. Owens

- |

Terrible experience! He does not listen to the patients and does not review records before meeting with patient. Upon speaking with me after several visits, he acted as though he knew nothing about my condition. Upon confronting him about my condition and questioning the care I was (not) receiving, he called me a liar. Patients are the best way for physicians to know what is going on with their body, listen to them!
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  • Eeg (Electroencephalogram)
  • Nerve Block, Somatic
  • Non-Cosmetic Chemodenervation

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