I cannot begin to write how much the medical insights and skills, Dr. David Cornell, has meant to me; in fact, my life. After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, he not only sent me to the best clinic in the Atlanta for treatment, but he insisted upon additional tests as well. Thank God he did! The tests reveal that I had cancer in another part of my body if not treated would have taken my life, although in my home state I had not even been tested for possible additional cancer sites. Major surgery was necessary; and, my complete recovery from both cancers is due to the superb professional medical knowledge, expertise, and skill of Dr. David Cornell. He is simply the BEST. I trusted him with my life; and, my faith and trust were well placed--and, I am able to write this review because I was privileged to be a patient of Dr. David. What's more, Dr. David is a warm, caring, compassionate, man--a true Southern gentleman. He reflects the highest of credit upon his profession. As I mentioned above, if one > is a patient of Dr. David Cornell, consider yourself in the hands of the VERY BEST!! Thank you again, Dr. David, for helping me through some of the darkest months/moments of my life. Most Sincerely, Vern.
Posted: 2/09/2011 • Link to this review
I knew about Dr. Cornell's reputation and visited him because I had been dealing with a painful testicle most of my life. It had been operated on when I was a small child and had always been painful and smaller than normal. He suggested some medical therapy at first which failed to provide any improvement but did make me feel that he was attempting conservative measures before agreeing to surgery. We decided on removing the testicle and replacing it with an artificial one. I was pretty nervous, but I had a lot of confidence in his ability. The operation was quick, virtually painless and has left me with a result that is superb. The artificial testicle is almost identical to the remaining normal one and the incision is pretty much invisible since it was hidden in the center of my scrotum. I am really pleased that I decided on the operation.
Posted: 2/07/2011 • Last edited: 6/08/2011 • Link to this review
A friend of mine in Atlanta insisted that I see Dr. Cornell for the bladder pain which I had endured for weeks. Once I was in the examination room, he asked me several questions and then said that I had prostatitis and gave me a prescription for antibiotics. He never examined me. The next week I had to go to the emergency room at Northside where they discovered that I had a kidney stone stuck to the wall of my bladder. Cornell had spent more time attempting to discuss conservative politics than solving my problem. I will never go back to him. He should also be considerate of his clients and do something about his bad breath. I smelled garlic and spices all afternoon after leaving his office.
Posted: 1/08/2011 • Last edited: 6/08/2011 • Link to this review