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For more than 30 years, Mitchell Kurk, M.D., has served New York City and the surrounding areas with preventative and nutritional medicine. Our goal is treating illnesses in a natural way. Dr. Kurk is a graduate of Queens College and Columbia University. He is a member of the AMA / American Medical Association as well as the Nassau County Medical Society. Mitchell Kurk is board certified in the following areas; Board Certified Family Practitioner, Board Certified Chelation Therapy, Board Certified Oxidatize medicine. Dr. Kurk's office is pleased to offer the original HCG diet with HCG injections.
Verified Patient Reviews
I am quite disappointed at the rudeness of this man. When i called to inquire for my blood work results he hesitantly provided me with the information I was requesting, I tried to ask questions and I was rudely brushed off and hang upon, he doesn't empathize with the patient just requested for me to make an appointment to go over the results. Very disappointed at the lack of professionalism and ethics.
Satisfied with my visit
Oh my. This was an experience. I was excited to find a doctor who advertised himself as holistic and focused on nutrition. If you want homeopathy, you are unlikely to find many other doctors who prescribe it along with more traditional treatments. However, they don't run the homeopathy remedies through your insurance; they're regular price. The atmosphere worried me: The walls are absolutely covered in "lose 40lbs in 40 days with secret miracle method!", anti-aging ads, and other advertisements from the 1980s that read like snake oil. I saw many other patients, but I was the only one under approximately 75 years old, and none appeared to be aging well, in spite of this office's apparently specialty in everlasting youth. If you do decide to go anyway, Google maps will send you to the wrong block. Check the address numbers; it's a house. My experience was terrible and incredibly inappropriate. You might be into homeopathy, but you may not be into the nurse using a dowsing rod to determine "will this be healthy for her?" It was even more worrisome that the dowsing rod apparently said no, and she kept repeating the question louder and with more frustration until her hand moved enough to get a satisfactory answer. It took about 4 or 5 asks. If you care about vaccinations, you should know that he called vaccinations "crazy" when he explained homeopathy to me, and I said, "Oh! So it works like vaccines." And worst of all, he insulted me terribly. He realized that I'm an orthodox Jew and had mentioned it. Later in the appointment, he stopped midsentence, cocked his head to the side, and said, "You look like a shiksa. Are you a shiksa??" I am a convert and not ethnically Jewish (it's a word used to insult non-Jewish women). He kept probing further into my personal history and referring to me as a shiksa. I was dumbfounded. Shiksa is an incredibly derogatory word that means "abomination." I doubt he meant it that cruelly, but he should well know that shiksa isn't a nice word. All in all, probably the strangest and worst medical interaction I've ever had, and I've had some doozies. A minor annoyance: I filled out all the pre-registration forms on ZocDoc and had to fill them all out again on an ancient tablet computer, which took over half an hour.
en todos los doctores que he visto en este pais El es el mejor
good me encanta
very nice is good
fue mi primera vez y me encanto muy buen doctor
Wasn't aware of my appointment. Squeezed me into his schedule after I showed up. Extensive wait as well as poor service.
Dr. Kurk was very open minded and easy to talk to. His office has a very casual atmosphere as well as his staff. He is also alternative, which I love. I look forward to our next visit.
He is very good as doctor