Dr. Olusegun Omoseni, Psychiatrist, Windsor, ON

Dr. Olusegun Omoseni

Dr. Olusegun Omoseni

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Windsor, ON
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( Dr. Olusegun Omoseni, Psychiatrist, Windsor, ON ) is in good standing with the College of Physicians and Surgeons.

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    dr. omoseni is very compassionate, caring, great!
    Submitted: February 13, 2017
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    After being misdiagnosed for 20 years, Dr Omoseni diagnosed me accurately and my treatment plan has changed my life. Thank you!
    Submitted: November 09, 2016
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    Omoseni still seems to prescribe to old school psychiatry, and I am surprised he doesn't do lobotomies with icepicks still. The chemical concoctions are often just a chemical lobotomy. The real solution often lays with endocrine hormones. New findings from Jory Goodman in the US shows that testosterone and estrogen are cause of many mental illness cases. If doctors were more updated on new information, many peoples' lives would be saved from often inaccurate diagnoses from stone-age shrinks.
    Submitted: April 20, 2016

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    A psychiatrist is a physician who specializes in Generalized Anxiety Disorder Diagnosis and Treatment. Along with your family doctor, you might get additional support from a local Psychiatrist in Windsor, ON, such as Dr. Olusegun Omoseni.
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    When it comes to Bipolar II Disorder Diagnosis and Treatment, a psychiatrist may provide solutions in addition to your family doctor. For more information on medications and mental health support, contact a local Psychiatrist in Windsor, ON, such as Dr. Olusegun Omoseni.
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    A psychiatrist can be a good resource when exploring Treatment Options for Depression. To learn more about psychotherapy, medications for depression and lifestyle changes, you could contact a local Psychiatrist in Windsor, ON, such as Dr. Olusegun Omoseni.

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