Excellent results for a complex problem! He is great!..., Apr 10, 2013
I went to Dr. Brooks for a very complex reconstructive problem. He and his staff were so warm and friendly, I felt like I was visiting a friend's house! He listened very carefully to everything I told him and was able to diagnose and propose a plan for my problem. I was so happy with the results and the whole experience! I am now seeing him for some long overdue cosmetic surgery. I'm so excited!
Misrepresented what I told him in his report to insurance..., Apr 5, 2013
Very much in the insurance company's pocket. Inaccurately portrayed statements I made. His conclusions are opposite of 3 other doctors I've seen for this, but conveniently for the insurance company and his continuing pay from them, was that I had no medical problem and was lying about being in pain. Tests I've taken, including EMGs show definite nerve damage. He mentions those tests, but says they are meaningless. Avoid him if you can.
Very Dangerous please do a background check on this person before getting worse..., Mar 2, 2013
ery dangerous!! Always do some checking before seeing a doctor nowadays, me and my brother were looking for a spine doctor for our mother, we almost went to this doctor who had a very bad past with his reputation,we did some searching on the internet and found out he was part of a history called Microspinehurtme doctor, and now alot of patients from there have formed a website drtonymorkfacts.com, we learned he has lied about his past,stolen money from patients, lies about what his does ect..., we just wanted to let you know we found a better place at the LSI institute we did a consultation there and learned alot also, Dr. Mork has been claiming to invent his own tools when he was originally a doctor at the Bonati Back institute where he was fired from there also for hurting people too, there are far many more doctors better then him be very careful choosing the right doctor we were very lucky.
Waste of my time, poor attitude, service from staff..., Feb 22, 2013
I had to make at least 12 calls before I was able to reach the office and schedule an appointment. At times the line was not working. Other times the person left me on hold so long I had to hang up. Finally, I spoke with someone able to answer some basic questions and I accepted the first appointment available 2.5 months later.
Before agreeing to request her services I requested to meet the doctor and pay for her time. Her staff person said she didn't know what the cost was that the price was up to the doctor.
The morning of my appointment the office seemed geared for high volume and low personal attention. I found staff behavior poor. When answering the phone no one identified who they were. None of the 3 women I met after I arrived introduced herself. I saw no name tags. The reception desk person scanned my license without explaining or asking permission. With all the ID theft taking place nationwide that made me uncomfortable. The young woman who escorted us from the reception to the exam room addressed a lady that was there at the same time and I as "dear" and "girls."
After I waited in the exam room an unhappy looking woman introduced herself as the office manager and closed the door. She said she was sorry (she didn't appear sorry but rather in a hurry for me to leave). She went on to say that the doctor and her colleagues in the practice never meet people before they become patients, implying I should leave. She waited to make sure I left the exam room.