I was nervous after reading the foregoing review. I found him an excellent doctor. He knows exactly how to treat you. I have fibromylgia. I came in almost cripple and in pain. I left walking out without pain.He gave me instructions on how to control the pain. If you want a mama that is not him. If you want a excellent doctor, I highly recommend him.
Posted: 4/27/2009 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Don't go to Dr. Tiliakos. Find another Rheumatologist and save yourself the time, money and frustration. He's a little difficult to understand when he talks to you, but I could put up with that if he talked WITH me instead of at me. It's not about you, it's about HIM and how he wants to treat you. Got a question - forget about it - you don't know enough to ask questions. Wanna ask about other medication options - forget about it - he has his ways and it's his way or the highway. Want to get your records to go see another doctor - yeah, forget about that too. Need an awesome Rheumy? Try Dr. Lieberman - he's a peach!
Posted: 7/03/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review
Dr. T was my husband's second rheumy. He is not a bad guy or doctor, but he is hard to understand due to his accent and he doesn't really seem to keep up with the new developments in treating rheumatalogical conditions. That's why we found another rheumy who has been the best doctor ever. Dr. T just "ran out" of options for my husband when his tried and true solutions did not work. If you are looking for a wonderful rheumy, call Dr. Parris in Lawrenceville. He is the best and most caring doc I have ever met. He is in high demand and you will wait a while for a new appointment, but when you meet him you will understand why. He takes LOTS of time with everyone and is very thorough.
Posted: 1/05/2008 • Last edited: 6/08/2010 • Link to this review