Dr Nezhat performed my total laproscopic hysterectomy 07/2006, and attribute a major portion of my excellent healing to his surgical skills. I researched heavily before selecting Dr Nezhat as my surgeon, and as of the time of my surgery he and his brothers were recognized as pioneers and top of the field in lapropscopic procedures.
His head nurse is kind, clueful, and helpful. Even though the majority of his patience seem to be couples struggling to have a child despite endometriosis and similar issues, he never second-guessed me or condescended to me on the topic of elective sterilization via hysterectomy, something I'm quite grateful for.
Two areas, however, must be mentioned. First, Stanford Hospital (which he operates through) is /not/ well set up to handle diabetic patients, the entire time I was there I was fed inappropriate foods which played havoc with my blood sugars. Secondly, Dr Nezhat does not have a great bedside manner, and most of your time outside of actual surgery will be spent with his head nurse and his Fellows (doctors in their last bits of training). You don't go to Nezhat for warm fuzzies, you go for his surgery skills.
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