525 Oak Centre Dr Ste 400, San Antonio, TX | Directions 7825829.618931 -98.494069
My son was scheduled with David Larson instead. Tomasovic didn't have appointments any time soon. Larson was hyper than my son during the visit. He had a very strange style to handle the appointment. I guess he wants to be funny or cool for the kids, but he was asking questions about a thousand miles per hour and it seemed he was wired or had too many red bulls. I left the appointment completely stressed and with a bunch of documents to be given to teachers, lab work orders and other forms. I don't feel he took things with the seriousness it required and will not come back to see him. So, after 150 dollars as my portion for the insurance payment, I am in the same place I started with no doctor, no treatment and a son that needs to be helped.
Be nice if I could get someone to answer. The doctor sent my son for a sedated EEG because of suspected seizures. That is something a parent would want the results on as soon as possible, right? Now, over 2 weeks later I have not heard anything. Called once and was told someone would contact me with the results. Now when I call their phone system hangs up on me. We were new to this doctor and he seemed like he might be ok. But if his office is run this way I am done with him.
Dr.visit and office staff. My Daughter went to see Dr.Tomasovic and he was great! We loved how nice and kind his staff was. Codie his receptionist was very nice and very helpfull. I recommend this Doctor to everybody.
Office Staff is The Worst I've Seen. Cody is the worst receptionist to deal with. Seriously considering finding another Doctor because of the miscommunication for my daughters meds, and the uncaring staff members
Good Pediatric Neurologist. Our regular neurologist is Dr. Tomasovic, but we have seen Dr. Sabo. She was very nice, thorough and reviewed our son's file before making recommendations. She is very informed, thorough and listens to the patient. Our son has autism, so finding a neurologist that can handle complicated cases with a patient who is non-verbal is very important and a challenge. Dr. Sabo is definitely up to the challenge.
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