Dr. Aras Balsys, Internal Medicine, Scarborough, ON

Dr. Aras Balsys

Dr. Aras Balsys

Internal Medicine
Scarborough, ON
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Dr. Aras Balsys, Internal Medicine / Pulmonology, The Institue of Diabetes and Endocrinology, Scarborough, Ontario

( Dr. Aras Balsys, Internal Medicine, Scarborough, ON ) is in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons.

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  • University of Toronto
    Residency Training
    Internal Medicine, Respiratory Disease, and Critical Care medicine

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    In regards to what would help me personally, I went to see Dr.Balsys with a condition that was very brand new to me. I knew nothing on what would cause my issues or how to prevent them in the future. Dr.Balsys appeared more concerned with insulting my appearance & my lack of personal care (He accused me of not taking care of myself & asked why I waited so long to take a course of action for a condition I didn't know I had) What would ultimately help in my journey to optimal health would be simply to visit a doctor who cared about his patient. I also found out once I got my prescription filled that his information regarding my medication was false. He said I could take my medication anytime & with anything (I have other meds I was concerned about) My medication however needs to be taken in the early morning. an hour before eating & 4 hours prior to any other medications. Thank goodness for the pharmacist I have known & trust for years. This doctor needs to retire before he hurts someone.
    Submitted: June 07, 2016

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