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"They offer a full range of services: sports inquires and even children. His staff does a great job! They are great to work with. The office is friendly and very" professional. They are also accommodating with the schedule. The are excellent communicators as to what they are doing, why they are doing it, and how it will help. They have a full gym attached to them so when you are working your way back to health they have everything you need (not just tables).

-Howard N.

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"My first appointment lasted nearly 2 hours. On the first appointment, they collect information from you and do an assessment of your problem. They also did the" first physical therapy session with me on the same day. I had a problem with my rotator cuff, and this typically involves doing stretching exercises so that you don't range of motion while the injury heals. On the first appointment, one of the physical therapists was with me nearly the entire time. On my second appointment, one of the "techs" (these are employees who do not have the same level of training) spent time with me, guiding me through the stretching exercises. They also gave me a list of 10 exercises I was to do at home. Although I would have liked to have gone to more appointments, it was just too expensive for my budget. I had a health insurance plan that had a high deductible, so I didn't get a good break on the price. Back in 2002 I paid only a $10 copay for each visit at , but this time, the first visit was $59, and the second visit (only an hour) was $94. Each subsequent visit was going to be $94, and it was just too much. They wanted me to come 3 times a week, but I simply couldn't spend that much. If I had insurance like I had back in 2002 with a low co-pay, I probably would have gone 2 or 3 times a week. I think the first two appointments I went to were very helpful in educating me about what the problem was, and it was worth the money I paid for them. But, I decided I didn't need someone to guide me in stretching exercises that I could do myself. I just got some books at the library and looked at YouTube videos to accomplish what I believe would be similar results. My shoulder is a lot better now, and perhaps it would have been faster with physical therapy, but if you don't have the money, sometimes you have to do without. I would go to again in the future, and hopefully my insurance will cover more of the cost.

-Maynard D.

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  • They offer a full range of services: sports inquires and even children. His staff does a great job! They are great to work with. The office is friendly and very professional. They are also accommodating with the schedule. The are excellent communicators as to what they are doing, why they are doing it, and how it will help. They have a full gym attached to them so when you are working your way back to health they have everything you need (not just tables).
  • My first appointment lasted nearly 2 hours.  On the first appointment, they collect information from you and do an assessment of your problem.  They also did the first physical therapy session with me on the same day.  I had a problem with my rotator cuff, and this typically involves doing stretching exercises so that you don't Provider name locked. range of motion while the injury heals.  On the first appointment, one of the physical therapists was with me nearly the entire time.  On my second appointment, one of the "techs" (these are employees who do not have the same level of training) spent time with me, guiding me through the stretching exercises.  They also gave me a list of 10 exercises I was to do at home.
    Although I would have liked to have gone to more appointments, it was just too expensive for my budget.  I had a health insurance plan that had a high deductible, so I didn't get a good break on the price.  Back in 2002 I paid only a $10 copay for each visit at Provider name locked. , but this time, the first visit was $59, and the second visit (only an hour) was $94.  Each subsequent visit was going to be $94, and it was just too much.  They wanted me to come 3 times a week, but I simply couldn't spend that much.  If I had insurance like I had back in 2002 with a low co-pay, I probably would have gone 2 or 3 times a week.  I think the first two appointments I went to were very helpful in educating me about what the problem was, and it was worth the money I paid for them.  But, I decided I didn't need someone to guide me in stretching exercises that I could do myself.  I just got some books at the library and looked at YouTube videos to accomplish what I believe would be similar results. My shoulder is a lot better now, and perhaps it would have been faster with physical therapy, but if you don't have the money, sometimes you have to do without.
    I would go to Provider name locked. again in the future, and hopefully my insurance will cover more of the cost.
  • I have been to a couple of chiropractors in my life but this guy sits down and explains exactly whats going on with you, he doesn't care how long it takes. He is very upfront with you and he just spends time with you, you hardly see that with any doctor.
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