Dr Pabari has a professional and caring approach, and one that inspires confidence in his recommendations and treatments. He did as much for me as could be done for my particular medical issue, and it has enabled me to continue to enjoy my interest and love of walking again to the full. Thank you very much Dr Pabari! He treated me as a podiatrist. there seems to be no choice for this in this questionnaire!!
Dr pabari has a great bedside manner puts you at ease listened to me without me feeling rushed showed sympathy for my problem and understanding.I felt relaxed even though I was nervous of a needle in my foot everything was explained clearly so I didn't need to worry.I felt like a patient not just another nhs number.also like to mention that the nurse who works along side dr pabari is very kind pleasant and approachable.They are both a credit to the nhs.
Dr Pabari's operation on my twisted little toe has totally cured a lifelong problem and allowed me to walk with no pain. His "bedside manner" was excellent and gave me confidence to proceed with the operation. I would happily recommend him to other sufferers. RWT Epsom
I have had 4 Morton's Neuromas removed, 2 from each foot. Both operations were performed by Dr Pabari one year apart. Both operations have been successful and at last I am starting to dance again. Dr P has my full trust, I would not have had the second operation if I was not happy. I must say that the administration at both Cobham and Epson hospitals leaves a lot to be desired. This is not Dr P fault but more a case of NHS insisting that more appointments are booked than is reasonable, so with that in mind don't expect to be seen on time. This is not a bad thing as it means Dr P is happy to spend time with you and make sure everything is covered. Just don't be in a rush to get anywhere. Also you need to be on the ball as far as appointments are concerned. Twice I have not been checked in at reception so have been left waiting to see nurses for pre ops or dressing changes. If your appointment time has been and gone, I suggest you check with reception how late they are running, at least that way you won't get forgotten. My pre op swab was lost and I had to go back for another. Also check times and dates on all appointment letters, twice I have given holiday details and had an appointment come through for a date that I am away. Don't let this put you off as what really matters at the end of the day is your surgery is successful and who is to say that the administration is any better elsewhere. Fingers crossed I won't need anymore surgery in the future but if I do Dr P will be my surgeon.