ServicesPeter A Kechejian, MD provides pain management in SYOSSET, NY. A Pain Management Specialist is a physician who has four extra years learning anesthesiology and pain medicine to help patients with pain management.
Please call Peter A Kechejian, MD at (516) 496-6447 to schedule an appointment in SYOSSET, NY or to get more information.
After visiting other doctors, I was not comfortable to have the injections in my back until I met Dr. K he has anamazing personality, making me very comfortable....Considering I cry everytime I have needles...a definite 4 star doctor!!
They barely gave me any information at all. I'm going to have to do my own research to get my questions answered. Their staff was friendly enough, but they didn't go out of their way to help me. I feel like my appointment was pointless. None of my questions were answered, nothing was accomplished, and I felt worse when I left. I found the office, but only because I had simple, very clear directions. I wish it had been easier to locate. If I couldn't find anyone better, I'd return again, but I'm hoping I can find better service somewhere else. Should not have seen him after 1st visit. I personally think he is on drugs, based on his mannerisms and physical appearance. One has to wonder if he is bipolar. He has an agenda now to take me off all meds (the ones I have been prescribed for over 10 years that have worked successfully). Perhaps due to the gov cracking down on illegal activity? He claims that Workers' Comp is directing these changes, but after investigating learned that this is simply NOT TRUE! He is rude, threatening, obnoxious, talks too much about himself and his famous program (that I cannot seem to find any info on), and practically made me cry at my last visit. He accused me of taking an illegal drug, but when I showed him the prescription, he didn't use this as a threat to "fire me." Fire me? What on earth is this man speaking of? He made one of my attending children very upset by the horrible way he treated me. I legitimately require chronic pain meds for PROVEN disabilities, yet he insisted that I get over it, and come up with "new ways" of dealing with my pain. A pain doc tells you to "deal with it?"
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