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I was admitted to St Rose Siena through the ER, and was lucky to be assigned Dr Seiff for an L5 compression fracture. I could only lay flat on my back as any movement caused intense pain. Tara, Dr Seiff’s PA, explained that the nerve was trapped in the fracture and a L5 laminectomy was recommended. I was hesitant about back surgery but Dr Seiff was reassuring. He performed the surgery 2 days later and I was able to get out of bed within hours of the surgery! Everyone at the hospital told me how lucky I was to have Dr Seiff, and I agree. I am 8 weeks out and nearly back to my my 73 year old self. Tara and Kimberly, Dr Seiff’s scheduler, are wonderful, as is the entire office staff. Thank you, Dr Seiff and staff. I am grateful for your skill and care.
If you are just browsing, I will get right to the bottom line: Dr. Seiff is a fantastic doctor and neurosurgeon. I give him my highest possible recommendation. If you already know you need to see a neurosurgeon, go straight to Dr. Seiff. Six months ago, Dr. Seiff performed a double laminectomy (and more) on my lower spine (L3 through L5 and below). Prior to the surgery I was having near debilitating nerve pain in both legs; bad enough that simply standing up was painful. Today I am pain free. I found everything about Dr. Seiff to be top-notch and first-class, including his wonderful staff and assistants, who constantly communicated with and calmed a very nervous patient, me. The doctor was extremely careful and detailed in explaining everything, before and after the surgery, allowing me to understand totally what was going on. I want to stress that, if you are having pain in your head, neck, back, arms or legs, you need to see a neurosurgeon first. If you have already received a diagnosis from a different kind of practitioner, especially if it entails surgery, you need to get a second opinion from a neurosurgeon. In my case, another surgeon had already scheduled me for both an anterior and posterior fusion when I hit the pause button and went to see Dr. Seiff. It may be the smartest decision I ever made. Neurosurgeons are medical doctors with extremely rigorous advanced training. Dr. Michael Seiff is well-qualified, well-trained and very experienced. But in the end, it is his skill in the operating room that makes him special. In my case, that skill has given me a new life and I thank him every day for his superior work!