NEW ENGLAND BAPTIST

Department of Neurology

Neurosurgery · 3 Providers

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NEW ENGLAND BAPTIST

125 Parker Hill Ave # Converse
Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120
View All Locations(617) 754-5000

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Review of Dr. Woodard

- in Cambridge, MA |

After 15 yrs of back pain, PT, & lots of RFLs/injections, I needed surgery. I consulted w/ 3 well-known surgeons, incl Dr. Woodard, his name having been given to me by a pain specialist at BIDMC. My research showed that he was one of the top neurosurgeons in the area, & known for treating complex cases, & repairing others’ failed surgeries. His team, specifically PA Codey Gillum, were knowledgeable, professional, responsive, & NICE! I'm recovering quickly, and already feel better than before.
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Review of Dr. Ohaegbulam

- in Framingham, MA |

He may be a wonderful surgeon, but it's practically impossible to see him. I tried in May to see him for an evaluation, but couldn't make an appointment until his office received my records. This took a few weeks. I never heard anything back, so, eventually, I called his office. I was in quite a bit of pain. I was told then that he could see me in November. I had to start over with another doctor, so that I was in pain for many extra weeks. He never called me about this despite many request
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Review of Dr. Woodard

- in Ipswich mass |

I had an anterior discectomy on February 5,2018 with Dr Woodard. He is so thorough and kind. A great combination when you are nervous about your operation! Great staff too! He will go out of his way to make you comfortable going in and he is there for your after care. I had an issue about something I ate and he called me back in 5 minutes to discuss it. I felt very cared for. I received immediate relief from 2 years of pain and expect that I will continue my recovery in a positive manner!
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Review of Dr. Ohaegbulam

- in Bedford, NH |

He gave me my quality of life back. My pain doctor said that Dr. Ohaegbulam is the best Neuro Surgeon in New England and after my surgery I can understand why he said this. The best bedside manner you will find. I had surgery 7 months ago and still no pain. I wish I had him do my first surgery seven years ago.
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Review of Dr. Woodard

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Dr Eric Woodard I'm so disappointed we have the best hospitals in Boston but only if you have money. You did surgery on my son promised you would always be there for him after putting rods and screws in his back. Well that's only if you have money. You don't take his disability insurance no mass health . You only chose to take insurance that you can get the most money out of. SO SAD> best hospital but won't take the poor people. Thanks for lying to us. Kevin Lowe and upset MOM
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Review of Dr. Ohaegbulam

- in Hopkinton, MA |

Dr.O said I should consider whether or not I could live with the pain from my first L2/3 fusion, botched by a Dr Nirmel @ Metro West in Framingham, or have him and his team work on me before any further damage took place. After a series of alternitives, tried in NEBH, I opted for the surgery. I am so happy I did. 9months post op and recovery is still ongoing but the "pain" is minimal and I'm doing fairly well for 67 year old. The nerves are coming back thanks to my surgery.
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Review of Dr. Ohaegbulam

- in Ma |

After spending three hours on the road trying to get to my appointment I was there ten minutes after his grace period and was not seen by anybody they wanted to make another appointment for my severe back pain thankfully I live close to Boston and there is plenty of neurons surgeons around would never even try to see this guy again or for that matter anyone at New England baptist medical center
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Review of Dr. Woodard

- in East Killingly, CT |

Spine surgery was botched in 2003 by a Hartford orthopedic surgeon who was visibly shaken in our follow-up appointment. Dr. Yue at Yale-New Haven Hospital would not operate because of scar tissue. He would install a three vertebrae replacement unit 'that would make me three inches taller'. A unit failed and was withdrawn from the market. A Norwich surgeon suggested abdominal entry, long outdated. Dr Woodard successfully fused L3-L4-L5 in 2016. Really, Five Stars! Baptist meals/staff are great!
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Review of Nicolas Marcotte

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Dr. Marcotte is an expect in his field of neurosurgery, and a kind & compassionate physician who listened without rushing, and thoroughly explained surgical treatment options once all other non invasive treatments failed. I had extensive lumbar surgery with a metal devise and fusion, and found relief immediately after surgery. Other than expected incisional discomfort, I am now walking 45 min/day, and well in my way to recovery. Lisette, his office manager was the best in logistic coordination!
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Review of Dr. Ohaegbulam

- in Pownal, VT |

In an initial consultation 10/16 Dr. O offered to review my lumbar spine for potential revision surgery. I have several serious conditions and numerous previous opinions. He asked for records from my 2002 failed fusion. It wasn't essy but he got them in one month. Gave up after 6 months and countless calls. Poor.
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Learn About NEW ENGLAND BAPTIST

19 Procedures

  • Abscess Or Cyst Drainage Or Aspiration
  • Abscess Or Fluid Incision And Drainage
  • Brain Surgery
  • Craniectomy, Craniotomy, Surgery Of Skull Base, Neuroendoscopy
  • Dural Repair Or Other Spinal Cord Repair
  • Epidural Block, Facet Blocks
  • Herniated Disc Surgery
  • Incision And Removal Of Foreign Object
  • Lamina Procedures (Incl. Laminectomy, Laminoplasty, Laminotomy)
  • Nerve Block, Somatic
  • Nerve Block, Sympathetic
  • Nerve Destruction By Neurolytic Agent
  • Neuroplasty
  • Posterior Lumbar Fusion With Robotic Assistance
  • Spinal Compression Fracture Repair
  • Spinal Fusion
  • Spinal Nerve Block
  • Spinal Reconstructive Surgery For Deformities
  • Spine Fracture Treatment

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NEW ENGLAND BAPTIST accepts 13 insurance carriers

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
  • Cigna
  • Coventry Health Care
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
  • MultiPlan
  • Simplifi
  • Tricare
  • Tufts Health Plan
  • UniCare
  • UnitedHealthCare
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