ProHealth Sleep Center

Psychiatry, Pulmonary Disease · 2 Providers

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based on the average of 16 provider reviews for ProHealth Sleep Center

Review of Dr. Klapper

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Poor one on one conversation. Very little communication.
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Review of Dr. O'Brien

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One of the worst specialists I've seen. I switched to a new sleep doc & when he looked at my chart, he said Dr. O's data and conclusions don't match up AT ALL, rendering my MSLT faulty and requiring a repeat of this 2 day stressful sleep study. I wish I'd never gone to him in the first place. What a waste of my time and money! Not only is he incompetent, he's rude, & he didn't even bother to look at my chart before appts so he never remembered why I was there or what I needed or what I'd tried.
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Review of Dr. O'Brien

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One of the WORST doctors I've ever seen. Started literally every appointment saying "I'm going to change your LIFE today with Provigil," a medication I REPEATEDLY told him didn't work for me. He put me on Nuvigil, which gave me side effects. I called the office & he told me to discontinue it. Next appt, he said he was gonna change my life with Provigil. Reminded him it didn't work. He tried to write me a script to try Nuvigil, which HE had just taken me off. Try reading my chart first next time!
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Review of Dr. O'Brien

- in Torrington, CT |

13 minutes late, and the receptionist dressed in a polka dot shirt covered with a pajama top and a snowman hat told me I had to reschedule and I couldn't be seen for another 2 months. Hope nothing is actually wrong!!
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Review of Dr. O'Brien

-Farmington, CT |

The doctor refers to himself in the third person all the time. Pressures you into using equipment that you would rather not have and said that I would not be able to have a procedure without a CPAP, because it would be malpractice. One other thing he said is there is not a weight problem in the country and people are overweight, because they do not get enough sleep.
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