New to the area we took my son to see Dr. Szoke as a recommendation. We were concerned about his left sided weakness and asked her about it everytime we went in to see her from 6 months to nine months, which was 4 times. She said that his left hand would catch up. Finally, I felt uncomfortable with that diagnosis. After visiting the next pediatrician, making a trip to a pediatric neurologist and having an MRI, we discovered he had a stroke at birth and that was causing his delayed and we needed to be doing more to help him. She just dismissed me everytime. I've been told she either does that or she over diagnoses! Beware!
The office was very easy to locate. I didn't have any trouble finding it at all. It seemed like they went out of their way to encourage me, and were very supportive of all my values and beliefs about parenting issues. I know I can always count on them. One of the first things I noticed about this business was the level of detail and attention to make the building handicap-accessible. Even the bathrooms were designed to be accessible with doors wide enough to accommodate wheelchairs and grab bars in the stalls. You could tell they really made an effort to accommodate people with all different needs.
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