Re: Ajit Arora and mold
Posted by Helen on 3/23/05
On 3/31/04, BML wrote:
> On 3/17/04, curious in Alaska wrote:
>> Has anyone had to be evaluated by Ajit Arora of Parthenia
>> Medical Group for a mold issue? He is making quite a name
>> for himself in Hawaii posing as an expert on mold. If you
>> have seen him or know of anyone who has, please come
>> forward and share the experience.
>> Thank you, Curious in Alaska
> Me and my two teenagers went to see him and he is the worse.
> Knows nothing and if you do a search of his name on the
> Internet you'll know. He charged about $5000 each to the
> attorney, who will take that out of your pocket at
> settlement, the only problem is you want get more than
> $10,000 for settlement with him. He is known to testify for
> the defense mainly here in the states. Lawyers think that
> they can pay him off for testimony, and if they do it is not
> respected in court. Go to the best -Dr Marinkovich in San
> Francisco, he is best and he knows how to treat you with
> anti-fungals. He does blood test accurately at Stanford and
> he graduated from Harvard. The insurance business hates him
> because they tried to seek Ca. Medical Board on him and the
> Board threw it out within a couple of days. So he is proven.
> He will charge you $330 for office visit and $500 for blood
> test. If you don't spend any other money and you can only
> afford one person in the family to go, he is tried and true
> and one of the most intelligent people I have ever meet.
My name is Helen. I'm due to see Dr. Arora on April 12, 2005.
Is there anyone out there that can tell me if he has had any
law suits brought against him? Any help would be appreciated. I
am being sent to him by my employers attorneys. I had bi-
lateral carpal tunnel. after surgeries, I ended up getting RSD?
Raynaud's. Obviously, my employers lawyers disagree with my
primary Dr. about my diagnosis. I am currently in a Worker's
Comp suit against my employer. I'm very scared about seeing
thid Dr. I've also heard that he will lie in court and say
these conditions are not work-related, which, by the way, they
are. Usually, there is an underlying condition which will cause
RSD?Raynaud's, but in my case it's different. I do not have any
other condition. I'm just afraid he will say something totally
off the wall about my condition. Anybody, please, I need all
the amo I can get on this so-called Dr. that suppossedly knows