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    I have used this center for almost 10 yrs. they are amazing. They treat everyone like family, my children love them, and I love them. My eldest went there from age 2 till 11, and my youngest started at 3 1/2 months. Everything from safety, education, family styled environment I can not complain.
    - amanda m.
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    Alaska Therapeutic Massage & Wellness
    Went because of tightness and pain from shoulder surgery (11 wks post op) and Shanti was able to relieve the tightness and pain. She focused on that area and my arm to relieve the issues I had. The next day or my physical therapy I was able to raise my arm above my head without shoulder blades being pulled up, which was great! She spent an hour of fixing me and I could stay there all day. Shanti also helped relieved my sciatica pain on my back! [*** Link removed ***]
    - Junnale c.
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    Bilan Chiropractic
    My back pain has been resolved!  Dr. Bilan is very professional and knew what to do for my condition and was able to give me encouragement when I needed it. I did not quite understand the procedure of the electrical muscle stimulator when it was first used. I think I could have helped the technician place the electrical pads my back a little bit better if I had understood what I was suppose to be feeling. They are in a new building and it is very very nice!
    - JOHN L.
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    Andrew Pollack
    It was great! It was a combination of acupuncture and deep massage. He was very clear about what he was doing and why it would help. Very pleased with the end result and I couldn't feel better! I would highly recommend!
    - Christopher N.
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    Anchorage Fracture & Orthopedic Clinic
    Dr. Peterson provided a very good and understandable explanation of what needed to be done.  He suggested that Macro surgery be  performed to open up the canal for the nerve root.  That would include removal of some bone and possibly part of the disc to alow a normal path for the nerve that runs down my buttocks and down my right leg to my ankle.  He also noticed that the left side was also somewhat closed and suggested it also should be opened during the surgery.  Prior to surgery I had difficulty walking for any distance without pain.  Following the surgery I was up and walking a short distance the next day and within a week I was walking almost a mile. Within 4 weeks I was able to hike in the mountains being careful not to twist my torso too much until the muscles became fully attached again.  It has now been 4 months and I am doing very well.  I was off of pain medication after the first week and have only taken some advil a few times since.  I must also mention that for 3 months before the surgery I was unable to sleep in bed and could only get relief resting in a recliner.  I now have no trouble sleeping. Being 70 years old I do have some on the normal (?) stiffness in the morning but I do my stretching and have started a routine fitness program.
    - Robert A R.
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    Vermillion, Dr. Doug A.
    Highly recommend them!  They were fantastic! When his body rejected the material, they were wonderful the second time around. For a non-pleasant experience, they made it as pleasant as it could be!
    - Jeannette L.
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    The Right Touch Massage Therapy Inc
    I liked everything about it; she was very personable and knew what she was doing. She listened to the areas in which I had issues and worked on those. I felt much better after seeing her and definitely recommend them. If you have any pains or areas which a massage would help she definitely knows what she is doing and it is well worth the money. I did not have a problem getting in and I like the office.
    - Jerry B.
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    Community Chiropractic Clinic, LLC
    everyone is courteous and professional. insurance is taken care of in a timely manner. questions answered completely. provider is on time, does not ever keep me waiting. this was my first chiropractor and I was nervous at first, but was surprised at how nice and calming the environment was and how thoroughly everything was explained. I went back!
    - Jolene P.
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    Mat-Su Midwifery & Family Health
    I was young and had no insurance. I highly recommend everybody at least check it out before they go to a doctor.
    - Dina A.
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    Mat-Su Midwifery & Family Health
    I switched to Mat-su midwifery around 34 weeks. I am so happy I had my daughter here. They always took the time to listen to me and explain everything. At the traditional OB office I felt like a number and like I had a time limit. The midwives allotted an hour for each apt. Jessica and Jennifer were extremely encouraging and sensitive to my needs as I birthed my daughter. The rooms are set up nicely and they have everything and more set up for the birth. They even picked up IHop for after the birth. I always felt comfortable and safe. Darcy is my daughters pediatrician and she also sees my husband and I for routine checkups. We had some billing issues with insurance and the staff took care of everything. The staff are wonderful and we will continue to use Matsu midwifery.
    - Harley H.
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