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- Wait Time 40.0 minutes
- Easy Appointments
- Friendly Staff
- Fair and Accurate Diagnosis
- Spends Time With Patients
- Appropriate Followup
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5.0 August 6th, 2017
Administered my first epidural and really no pain at all. Just a little mild discomfort but well worth it. My pain was gone within 24 hours. I highly recommend Dr. Rasool.
1.0 November 16th, 2013
horrible stay away he is rude unprofessional scary and hairy.do not let him near your loved one
1.0 January 3rd, 2013
I DON'T RECOMMEND
"About 1/2 hour wait in the lobby but a very long wait in the exam room before anyone comes in. I've waited over an hour many a time."
"Although you will probably be booked with a practitioner and their turn over rate is high."
"Although the turn over is high so it varies. Hard to get a call back if you have a question."
Fair and Accurate Diagnosis
"ALL I NEEDED WAS SOME CORTISONE INJECTED (AND DONE RIGHT BY SOMEONE), NOT EPIDURALS, NOT MORE SURGERY. a SIMPLE CORTISONE AND REGULAR MEDICATION I STILL TAKE WITH MY NEW PHYSICIAN. I'M ALSO IN AND OUT, DONE, WHATEVER PROCEDURE OR SCRIPT, WITHIN TWENTY MINUTES START TO FINISH, HALF HOUR TOPS."
Spends Time with Patients
"Usually you see assistants"
A friend referred me to Northridge Pain Mgmt in or around 2009 to see Dr Imad Rasool. Due to accidents and injuries, I needed help. Several IDET surgeries did me no good and probably made my condition worse. I continued going in to the Clinic but Rasool's temperament and demeanor were upsetting to me and I found a doctor who is giving me cortisone shots, B-12, B-6 complex, etc. (none of which was suggested with Rasool.)
Positive CommentsA couple of the staff are helpful and nice.
Negative CommentsDoctor has superiority complex and I don't know why. He didn't improve my condition and, according to a top doctor at UCLA, he made it worse.