What I found was a doctor and his staff who were personal, professional and present. I was taken completely by surprise by the authenticity of that small work environment. It was a brand new experience for one who has actually had much experience with an emotionally more distant and sterile medical community.
The doctor invested a great deal of time learning about me, asking questions and learning about the concerns of my life. He was not afraid to make eye contact or to seek out the fear that was lurking beyond the questions I did not have the nerve to ask.
His competency and professionalism were easily proven during the exam, and my treatment plan was concise and effected quickly. Although I found the exam and procedure difficult his obvious experience lent itself to easy skill and knowledge. I quickly gained confidence in him as my doctor.
Dr. Weinstein stands out above all the rest caring. He is the kind of guy who despite the diplomas and credentials all over his wall will still allow a wee 14 month old grandson to crawl up under his desk and play with a stethoscope while plans are made for his grandmother’s upcoming surgery. I know this…because he did, and he never missed a beat, in my book that causes me to become confident in him as a human being.
It may be more attention than you are accustomed to but don’t shy away from this unusual land, push through to the back of the wardrobe…I doubt you will be disappointed, this guy is an A+.