Ali K. Murad, MD

Specialty:

Neurological Surgery

Office Phone
719-595-7040

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About Ali K. Murad

Dr. Ali Murad is a Board Certified, Fellowship trained neurosurgeon, who has been caring for the residents of Pueblo and the surrounding communities for more than five years. He completed an extensive Complex and Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Fellowship from the acclaimed Swedish Neuroscience Institute in Seattle, WA. Prior to this training, Dr. Murad completed his general surgery internship at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA followed by a neurological surgery residency at Loma Linda University Medical Center in Loma Linda, CA.

Dr. Murad treats a wide array of brain and spinal pathologies including trauma, infection, tumors and degenerative conditions. 

Education and Training

Education

Aga Khan University Medical College

Residency

Loma Linda University Medical Center

Fellowship

Swedish Neuroscience Institute

Reviews

4/5
February 16, 2022
The most improve would be the doctor would have called me. And told me that I did not need to come in because, they have the x-rays for the last 3, probably 4 weeks, and did not know. I should have not even come in, if they could have told me, and thank you.
5/5
February 16, 2022
Dr. Murad's staff was great and I couldn't recommend any approvals, but the x-ray department down on the first floor of the building just was so backed up, I was down there an hour and a half. They close for lunch. So 8 or 10 people were waiting, not enough seats in the hallway and the door was locked. So they're all there ahead and we tried to stay in order but they're just overwhelmed. They either need some help or someone needs to be there and fill in at lunch time so they can take care of customers and that's all I have. Thank you very much.
5/5
February 09, 2022
Name of the procedure. (Surgery). He did say we would meet another time before surgery.
5/5
January 21, 2022
Great team work Very Professional, friendly and concerned
4/5
January 05, 2022
Paid more attention to pain management manaent
5/5
December 21, 2021
Everything was good so no recommendations needed.
5/5
December 14, 2021
Reduce wait time just a little...
5/5
December 14, 2021
I would like to say thank you for listening to me. Thank you for being attentive to the situations that I have on my mind. Thank you for describing to me, the spine thing. I have no idea about neurology and I learned a little bit more today. Thank you for all that you do. Merry Christmas.
5/5
December 14, 2021
Everything was fine. Thank you.
5/5
November 10, 2021
No improvement necessary.
4/5
November 09, 2021
Dr Murad really knows his business but talks pretty fast.So just a kind reminder to slow a little.Staff was very friendly.Both times we were in the office waiting area was empty.Kind of different usually there packed full.
5/5
September 15, 2021
have a better x-ray appointments have the patient go to the x-ray before coming to the office
5/5
September 08, 2021
Nothing, I had a very good experience.
4/5
September 02, 2021
Do not wait too long
4/5
July 28, 2021
Schedule patients in a timely matter, so that they can let them know ahead of time that they need to get x-rays before they go to their appointment or not. That way you can go there, check in, and go get their x-rays or whatever, blood work, or whatever done. Otherwise you did well. Thank you.
5/5
July 28, 2021
They did fine. I'm still being evaluated because my symptoms are vague. I appreciate this doctor wanting to be sure before he precedes with any treatment.
2/5
July 23, 2021
TheDr greeting me with. "I don't know why you are here, I can't do anything for you." Set the tone for the visit. He did explain and give me new information. However, I don't feel I was given a chance to ask questions. I have a new chronic disease and have many questions. He. Mentioned there were about 500 phone calls about my case. What? Not by me. What is he talking about? Am I a weird case? Don't know? He then refers me back to the pain clinic. I am very comfortable with that. Then he adds " they are good guys. I hired both of them". Do I need to know that? He has already stressed I am definitely to high risk for him. I felt like I was a complete waist of his time. On the positive side I absolutely understand where my life is headed. I understand there is no hope. That is very important to know. I wish it could of been said with a bit more kindness.
1/5
July 07, 2021
If the surgeon could improve his bed side manner, if he was having a bad day if he could not take it out on the patient or if he was under pressure because he had several other patients to see if he could at least inform. The present patient of that. Because he came off as the extremely rude.
3/5
July 07, 2021
The information I guess I didn't get exactly was what exactly - what nerves were involved that were pinched in the spinal cord - but everything else is done pretty well I guess. I don't know that language, bu he did say that he didn't think that my leg problem changing from a pinched nerve, but that's where those nerves travel I think - am I wrong? Maybe a little bit more conversation would've been helpful. So it was a good experience here.

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