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    Dreas Healthcare
    I���ve been seeing Dr Dreas for many years. I have an ongoing issue with My back exacerbated by a couple fractures 2-3 years ago. He���s always been Very concerned about my general health and considerate about not over-adjusting it. The therapy room has many benefits: stretch bands, weights, bicycle, treadmill, large ball and comfortable adjustable massage chairs. The massage Therapists are low key and friendly and very healing. Once a month I see a Physical therapist who reviews my progress and you can always talk to him If you have any questions or concerns. I highly recommend Dreas Healthcare.
    - Julia M.
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    FIT Massotherapy
    You will not find a better therapeutic massage therapist than Katie. I was amazed at how much better I felt every time I left an appointment with her. She is very knowledgeable, personable and takes the time to listen to her customers and address their areas of concern. Beside that, she's just plain delightful. Cleveland's loss is Pensacola's gain.
    - Arun R.
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    FIT Massotherapy
    Fit Massotherapy is a wonderful place to go for an amazing massage! Katie has strong hands. She always asked me how I was feeling and if there was an area in particular that she needed to work on. I was often so relaxed that I would begin to fall asleep at the end of the massage!
    - Jennifer D.
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    Nova Vita
    I have been getting massages from Elissa for about four years. She recently opened her own business in Westlake. She is an excellent massage therapist, who is able to do deep tissue massage or any lighter variation that you need. She also does Thai massage. Elissa is not only an excellent massage therapist and body worker, but she is constantly researching new and old techniques and keeping up-to-date on the latest therapies. She comes to every session prepared to do whatever it takes to get you feeling better. I would highly recommend her.
    - Carol C.
  • F
    Zen Gardens Yoga and Massage
    SHE WAS A JERK AND I WALKED OUT!   SHE WAS HE WORST BUSINESS PERSON I HAVE ENCOUNTERED IN MY AREA.  SHE GOT INSULTED AND ABUSIVE BECAUSE I ASKED HER QUESTIONS ABOUT HER AND HER BUSINESS.  SHE EVEN SAID, "WHO ARE YOU- THE FBI?"!!!  SHE DIDN'T EVEN WANT TO GIVE ME GOOD DIRECTIONS HOW TO FIND HER PLACE.  I HAD A GROUPON DISCOUNT WHICH SHE REFUSED TO ACCEPT BECAUSE I DIDN'T PRINT OUT THE DEAL- EVEN THOUGH I HAD AN APPOINTMENT!  THE RUDEST JERK IN TOWN- I WALKED OUT AND FILED COMPLAINT WITH GROUPON. DO NOT EVER USE AND SPREAD THE WORD.
    - MICHAEL M.
  • F
    Advanced Spinal Rehab & Wellness Center
    HEADLINE: Denial of Service, Very Nasty Customer Service While purchasing this offer on the Angie's List website, I was given the opportunity to schedule an appointment date online. I selected Saturday, December 17th. I was then asked to provide three different ranges of times on this date, for an appointment time. These time ranges (in 2-hour blocks) were offered in order of preference. I listed my first preference as 10am-12pm, my second preference as 12pm-2pm, and my third preference as 2pm-4pm. It was thusly indicated that the service provider would schedule an appointment based upon my time preferences, and their appointment availability on the selected date; again, Saturday, December 17th. Therefore I expected that I would hear back from the service provider, via email or perhaps by phone, to inform me of our appointment time. I never heard back from them. On Thursday, December 15th, 2016: Having not yet heard back from the service provider regarding their selection for an appointment time on Saturday, December 17th, my son contacted the service provider by telephone. He reached a woman (receptionist?), and asked to confirm his appointment time for Saturday, December 17th. This woman informed my son that Advanced Spinal Rehab & Wellness Center was only open Mondays through Thursdays, and that they were closed on Saturdays... My son informed this woman that we had purchased the aforementioned service through Angie's List. He confirmed with the receptionist that the address, telephone number, and name of the doctor (Dr. Darr) matched from our Angie's List purchase information to the business he had reached. My son offered to provide an Angie's List transaction ID#. Throughout this phone call, the receptionist was nasty and rude to my son, exclaiming repeatedly, "we're NOT Angie's List!!" My son politely responded with "I understand that," and did she have no record of our purchase? The receptionist claimed that she logged into Angie's List on her end of the telephone call, but she seemed to have utterly zero knowledge of the $39 special service offer through Angie's List. She also seemed to have zero knowledge of our purchase through Angie's List. The receptionist looked through her Rolodex, looking for my name as a former client - of course I would not be in her Rolodex, as I had never utilized their services before!! This was meant for my son, as a first-time client! When my son asked what he should do, this woman told him to contact Angie's List, because our purchase was either "a glitch" or "a scam." It seemed obvious that this woman was simply not interested in resolving the confusion. She could have spent the time to track down our purchase transaction with HER business on Angie's List. She could have verified our purchase, and then attempted to re-schedule my son's appointment. Instead, she was more interested in repeating the same nastily delivered exclamations over and over again - "We're closed on Saturdays!" and "this is NOT Angie's List!" Conclusion: Clearly Advanced Spinal Rehab & Wellness Center is simply not interested in your business. They make a service offer online through Angie's List, but then aren't willing to follow-through with their offer.
    - Kathleen B.
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    HEALING HANDS

    Everything goes well with Chet.  He is professional, knowledgeable, gentle and thorough.  I have been going to him for a few years and have never bee disappointed.

    I wish the price was lower ($70), but I guess that is comparable to other massage therapy businesses. 


    - BARB S.
  • B
    Advanced Spinal Rehab & Wellness Center
    For the amount of money charged me through my Angie's coupon, it was worth it.  After all, I got a full body massage out of the deal, which alone is worth more that the deal's face value.  However, I would urge anyone who seeks a chiropractor to be very careful not to completely believe the miraculous results they often seem too willing to promise for fixing, especially, a long-term chronic medical condition, such as, lower back pain.  In this particular case, when the time came to sit down with the doctor to discuss my specific medical issue, I distinctly felt I was being pressured to agree to an extensive treatment program, which would have run on for several months, and cost upwards of $1500-2000.  I really believe that in many cases, some of these chiropractic doctors try to overcharge insurance companies for their services.  They tend to be overly optimistic, and then predict dire consequences, if the patient doesn't submit to a lengthy treatment program, because after all, if the treatments aren't successful, they can just increase the number of a patient's visits.  I do not think it is coincidental that they check your insurance coverage thoroughly beforehand to discover what your provider will cover.  I'm not saying that it's all one big racket, and I'm not saying that they are not legitimate, but I will say that if you go to chiropractors, you want to see one, who does not try to commit you to a long, expensive treatment program, but instead bases his charges on a per visit basis.  And watch out if you start to sense the 'used car salesman' high pressure approach.  Remember never to sign anything, unless you're sure what it is, and if you start to feel uncomfortable, just say you need to seek a second opinion of an actual medical doctor, then pack up quickly, and leave.
    - John L.
  • C
    LADIES & GENTLEMEN SALON SPA
    I have gone here for about 8 years. The person who I always went to here left last year. The person that's been cutting my hair for the past year is out on leave so I was booked with C. for the next day. This last minute schedule addition seemed to tick her off. Mini-facial, arm massage, shampoo and cut took exactly 30 minutes. Much quicker than usual here (usually 45 minutes). Was not offered make-up application or to make next appointment, even with my usual stylist. Oddly, hair stylist had no idea I had been here before, let alone for 8 years. A very weird visit.
    - Connie L.
  • A
    Advanced Spinal Rehab & Wellness Center

    As is standard with Chiropractors, you need to make two appointments.  The first is for an X-ray and physical evaluation.  Then you make a second appointment for an adjustment.  I also took advantage of a 1 hr massage with an Angie's List coupon.  This was performed by Raven, who is an excellent masseur.  I am male and prefer a male masseur for the hand strength.  Raven has a very good technique with her hands to give an invigorating massage - relieving stress and tension, but avoids the muscle aches from too much manipulation.  I recommend her for both men and women. 

    Dr Darr is very pro-chiropractic, as you might expect.  He hopes to help his clients to work through their current pain, but hopes they continue to ultimate health and well being.  He presses this with each visit, which can come off as heavy handed marketing, however he just wants the best for his patients.  Don't take offense.  Just enjoy the improvement you will feel with a series of sessions. 


    - Raymond Z.
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