Very very knowledgeable psychiatrist practicing in the town. He has an extensive knowledge of various psychiatric disorders. And treats them in a very professional way. He has a vast experience in this field. And the way he talks to his patients is phenomenal.
Dr. Ziyar helped me a lot with my long lasting illness, his staff are very kind and professional, easy scheduling.
Baker, Dr. Ziyar did the right thing, you were under his care and you probably moved to another state, or told the doctor that you wanted to switch doctor, you terminated treatment, he did the right thing not continuing care for you any more.
Seems like a good doctor, but actually only cares about the patients that put money in his pockets. I recently moved out of state, and needed him to call in another month's prescription to get me through until my appointment with my new doctor in three weeks. He refused to call in an extra month, even though I've been on this medication regularly with no problems, and it is dangerous to stop taking suddenly without weaning off. He said that I'm no longer his patient and he wouldn't do it. Don't ever go to him! Find a doctor who actually cares about his patients' well-being!
Awesome Dr., cares, listens, spends a lot of time making sure my meds were working and helped me put together a team to take over if I start on a manic trip or depression that lasts too long. I have Bipolar 1 and just found out when I was 55. I wasn't happy with my previous psychiatrist and started working with Dr. Middleton about 5 years ago. I'm grateful to have him and his NP Lily on my team.
so this is my story..I have been a patient of Dr. Matthew house for eight years. I have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and have been taking medication for about 7 years. I recently decided I was ready to come off of it..best decision I ever made. I visited with my doctor for about 5min and told him my decision, I left and that was that (no discussion about any withdraw symptoms). About a week after I started having severe withdraw symptoms ( I only know they are withdraw symptoms from looking it up online) I desperately tried to get a hold of my doctor. I called and asked to speak to my doctor or to leave a message and was told I could not and would need to come in to discuss withdraw symptoms ( the next apt was a week away). I told them I was not okay and needed at least a phone call because I was at a VERY low point...I was in tears on the phone. I eventually hung up, as I was getting nowhere....I received no call back...a day later I decided to call again..I left a message stating I needed to speak to the doctor I received a call back from the receptionist about my refill request?? I have no idea how they got that from my message, regardless I attempted to call back yet AGAIN...as I could get a hold of no one (during business hours) I decided to call the emergency number...only to find it is disconnected....I left one more message and have yet to hear back...So that is my story...luckily I have been able to find information about dealing with symptoms and am doing much better....I am writing this not because I am just mad but because I am EXTREMLY concerned for ANY patients under this doctors care...Had I reached a point where I was having suicidal thoughts or other negative thoughts I would not get any care from them and I am thankful that that did not happen...I am afraid to think of what would happen if it did.....I am very afraid that someone is going to get hurt due to the treatment or lack of....and what scares me the most is that this man treats children....that scares me very much...I highly recommend NO ONE put their mental health or the mental health of their child in this mans care...
Office help is poor in answering calls and returning calls. They will push you to their nurse practitioner as much as possible. I ran out of a much need prescription because I could not get ahold of anyone for over a week. My Primary had to bail me out.