I had seizures, hallucinations -- thought I had a tumor -- called Dr. Bosse. Even though he was booked for two weeks ahead, he found a way to see me next day. I found it pleasant that he actually listened as I was describing what was wrong. Too many other doctors in my experience simply blow you off or skip over. He said I was having a precursor to migraines. But to rule out any mistakes he ordered series of MRI scans. I appreciate that. Next day I was looking at the images of my brain and discovered what appeared to me as a tumor (it wasn't). I freaked out, and went to see him same morning. I didn't even call. He found time to see me again, even though my scheduled appointment wasn't until next day. I appreciate that too. He said it wasn't a tumor, and explained what it was, why, and how. However, since I still was worried, he referred me to a neurosurgeon for a second opinion. The second doctor confirmed everything Dr. Bosse said and the diagnosis. I'd say Dr. Bosse knows his stuff, but above all, he takes care of his patients.
Posted: 11/22/2008 • Last edited: 4/11/2013 • Link to this review
I started having severe migraines my senior year in high school, and the first neurologist that I saw all but blew me off. I was referred to Dr. Bosse by another doctor, and I've been seeing him ever since. He's great about working through different options - preventatives, rescue medications, alternative therapies, etc. - as your migraines change over time. He can be very technical, but that's one of the reasons that I trust that he actually knows what he's talking about.
Posted: 7/10/2006 • Last edited: 4/11/2013 • Link to this review