Norton Winer, MD
- Assistant Clinical Professor
- Carotid Ultrasonography
- Cerebrovascular Disease
- Pain Management
- Sports Related Neurological Injuries
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.7 out of 5
Patient Comments (23)
Reviewed On 3/5/2020
Dr Winer was very caring and professional. Everyone I encountered treated me with kindness and respect. Please let them know..
Reviewed On 2/10/2020
From reception to seeing both Dr Norton and his associates, I was treated extremely kind and with alot of respect. Both doctors I apoke with were caring and listened very well to what I had to say and answered any questions I had.
Reviewed On 1/26/2020
excellent care, both with doctor and staff. I do want to say it was wonderful to be greeted with such a pleasant and smiling receptionist. we need more like her. I will always come back to Dr. Winer.
Reviewed On 1/6/2020
I did not feel a comfort with this physician. Did not seem to be attentive enough. would ask me questions but would enterupt me before I completely answer or complete my comment.
Reviewed On 1/4/2020
Extremely knowledgeable, explained everything thoroughly and not condescendingly, respected my comments/views, good eye contact, explained next steps.
Reviewed On 12/26/2019
Always a great experience from office staff, to medical assistant, to the physician.
Reviewed On 12/18/2019
Reviewed On 11/12/2019
very good, no problems [...]
Reviewed On 11/9/2019
Dr. Winer is as good as it gets - no nonsense, very thorough, good listener and knows what he's talking about
Reviewed On 11/7/2019
good visit nice experience
Reviewed On 11/6/2019
[...] The visit was good and I found this doctor to be very informative.
Reviewed On 10/13/2019
Reviewed On 10/10/2019
As always Doctor Winer is a good doctor alwayshelps me with my issues with a Very professional manner. in very caring and kind way.
Reviewed On 10/2/2019
Dr. Winer id the 3rd neurologist that I have been sent to. He had all of my up-to-date medical info and the questions he asked verified what was in my medical file as well as those that would deal with future issues.
Reviewed On 9/11/2019
Dr. Winer and office staff is always pleasant, professional.
Reviewed On 8/23/2019
i had a very short and got a solution quickly
Reviewed On 8/17/2019
Dr. Winer thoroughly addressed chronic as well as new concerns.
Reviewed On 8/3/2019
Dr Winer was terrific and very supportive.
Reviewed On 7/1/2019
Been with Dr. Winer over 23 years. Always takes good care of me! Good Communicator!
Reviewed On 7/1/2019
Reviewed On 6/17/2019
Dr. Winer has always been a sympathetic professional who explains things in terms a layperson can understand. He readily answers questions & is thorough in exploring any mitigating circumstances before rendering a diagnosis. I also want to praise his reception staff who I thought were remarkable. Those women were caring & compassionate in a way I've seldom seen in a doctor's office before.
Reviewed On 5/29/2019
Did not wait longer than 15 min
Reviewed On 5/28/2019
my visit with Dr. Wiener was what I expected, he is a through Doctor and helped diagnose my problem. I would suggest him to other people that needed a neurologist
- Neurology - American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Residency | Neurology
Neurology - University Of Arizona College Of Medicine (1975 - 1978)
Internship | Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine - University Hospitals Of Cleveland (1974 - 1975)
Medical College Of Wisconsin (1974)
University Of Connecticut (1970)
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As of December 31, 2016, Norton Winer did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.