Dr. James L. Southwell is a highly experienced neurologist practicing at The University of Kansas Hospital. He earned his medical degree from The University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his fellowship, residency, and internship at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Dr. James holds certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Devoted to providing exceptional care, Dr. James believes in delivering comprehensive general neurological services to patients with diverse neurological conditions. At The University of Kansas Hospital, the primary goal is to ensure that every patient receives the best possible healthcare through high-quality services and outstanding care. New patients seeking expert neurological consultation are welcomed at Dr. James Southwell's office. He is fluent in English, ensuring effective communication with his patients.
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JAMES L. SOUTHWELL, DO - THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS HOSPITAL REVIEWS
Dr. Southwell is compassionate and caring. He has been so attentive to my health care needs. I have improved significantly. In addition, he is very humorous and enjoyable to visit with.
I have been having medical troubles for 4 years and have gone to many specialists. Dr southwell was able to pinpoint my issues and his diagnosis and directions have made wonders of difference in my health. Thanks so much!
I have been a patient of Dr. Southwell for several years. He is kind, caring and compassionate. Treating migraines is a very difficult process that takes time and effort on everyone’s part. When you are in pain, this is hard to understand, but Dr. Southwell takes the time to work through the process with you and your insurance company for the best possible outcome. I highly recommend him and his team.
SHARON G. LYNCH, MD - THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS HEALTH SYSTEM
Dr. Sharon G. Lynch is a highly experienced neurologist practicing at The University of Kansas Health System. She earned her medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine and completed her fellowship, residency, and internship at the University of Utah Hospital. Dr. Sharon holds certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Her primary interest lies in the diagnosis and treatment of Multiple Sclerosis, and she strives to tailor her treatment plans to cater to each patient's unique needs. The University of Kansas Health System is renowned for providing world-class neurology care in Kansas City, offering specialized expertise in diagnosing and treating complex brain, spine, and nervous system conditions. Dr. Sharon G. Lynch is dedicated to accepting new patients and is fluent in English, ensuring clear and effective communication with her patients.
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SHARON G. LYNCH, MD - THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS HEALTH SYSTEM REVIEWS
I’ve been with Dr. Lynch for the past 7 years maybe. It’s a good Dr. patient relationship, as with anything the more you interact the more you get to know each other and the better your health care becomes because your not just reaching out in health emergencies, but your discussing maintenance issues also, family, things that cause stress, your mental health. All these things help with building the right plan for your health issues. It’s a Dr. patient relationship, and I’ve found that Dr. Lynch is wonderful, and highly recommend her to everyone She listens!!!
She is an amazing doctor! The best of the best, I have seen her since 2008 when I first received my MS diagnosis and she was the first doctor EVER that took the time to show me the MRI and how the MS was affecting not only me but the different parts of my brain. She is always running late because she takes her time with each and every person and never makes you feel rushed which I love so I try and set my appointments up for the end part of her day I find I don't have to wait as long if I set up a late appointment. All and all I can't really complain about much other then the office staff sometimes being rude but she can't control them. I miss her old nurse Sharon who always was fast to get back with me and super friendly but I hope these other ones will become faster and friendlier in time once they get to know me more.
I'm,very pleased to be cared for by Dr.lynch for my MS. I've currently,been under her care for going on 2 yrs as we speak and I would recommend anyone with MS to see her. Time,is money and for the right money I believe that I'm getting the best care possible I can receive in the Midwest. Yes,you have to wait,but I rather wait for her because I know when she makes it to me I will be taken care in the best way possible.
RICHARD M. DUBINSKY, MD, MPH - THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS HEALTH SYSTEM
Dr. Richard M. Dubinsky is a practicing neurologist at The University of Kansas Health System. He earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Dr. Richard completed his Residency and Internship at Baylor University College of Medicine and his fellowship at the National Institutes of Health. He holds certifications from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with a sub-certification in neurophysiology and the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine. Dr. Richard has a clinical interest in treating specific neurological conditions, including dystonia, movement disorders, myoclonus, Huntington's disease, and Parkinson's disease. The University of Kansas Health System offers extensive experience and expertise to provide comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, and recovery support for patients. They are dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes, continually raising the standards in neurology care.
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RICHARD M. DUBINSKY, MD, MPH - THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS HEALTH SYSTEM REVIEWS
My husband has Parkinson's Disease and has struggled with severe drooling for a couple of years trying different things to control this. Nothing has worked. As a matter of fact, it has gotten worse. This morning he had the Botox treatment in some of his salivary glands. We are most hopeful that it will help him. Dr. Dubinsky was very friendly & professional. The treatment didn't take very long. He has to see him in 3 months & he will check on him when he sees his regular neurologist in March.
He is very caring always asks questions always explains what he's doing wants to make sure that you feel comfortable with what's happening asks how the last injection shots if you're having Botox for headaches or for other body pains he is so sweet and so caring with his patients fantastic doctor 95% of the time on time in and out and you're done!!
I have been going to Dr Dubinsky for 5 or more years. He and Nicole always treat me with kindness and respect. He is one Dr I actually enjoy going to I'm in and out within 10 minutes. Never have had to wait. It may be a 3 1/2 hour drive, but well worth it.