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  • A
    The best part was the no nonsense. He concentrated the problem on hand. He carried out the test professionally. He recommended some pretty cool therapy. I felt like his whole approach was very much to the point. He was very pleasant to deal with. The front office was very friendly and very professional. The place was very clean. I had no issues.
    - Neil E.
  • C
    I have gone there several times and they don't seem to be helping me in the way that needs to be done so I have to fine another doctor. When I go in there they inject me with steroids and then tell me that there is nothing that they can do for me right now. They don't think there is anything wrong with my leg. But there is because I am in pain.
    - Leslie R.
  • B
    Very good staff. Easy to make appointments and update schedule. Staff is very knowledgeable and comfortable working with everyone. Good sense of humor and relaxed atmosphere. Just have to watch the communication between therapists between appointments. Sometimes didn't seem like they were updating each other and there was some catch up a few times when I arrived.
    - Stephen P.
  • A
    My very first massage ever was with Diana Dow of Andover.
    Trying not to gush, my experience left me floating beyond myself and at total
    peace. The whole session with Diana was slow, peaceful and elevating. From her
    warm and kind welcoming smile, to the massage room itself, the massage, and
    follow-up, the aura of peacefulness, kindness and care carried me away. During
    the massage only Diana���s touch indicated her presence.
    She gave instructions in whispers and moved about
    positioning herself, gathering hot stones or oil soundlessly. The aura was
    total.
    Today, a day late, I am energized, at peace and feel
    fantastic!

    - gregory m.
  • A
    It went very well. We've made it steady and it's been a really great place. It's a walk-in style clinic. My wife had plantar fasciitis in her feet and could barely walk, but they completely cured it. I had a disc fusion in my neck and none of the medications helped relieved the pain, but the acupuncture took at least half of the pain away when nothing else seemed to work. They're really friendly and the price is terrific. You pretty much can walk in most of the time, but otherwise you can just call ahead. They'll see if they have an opening and just let you in. You decide what to pay between $20 and $40 and that's for at least an hour session minimum, which is just an incredibly good deal. I'm very, very, pleased. I've been to an acupuncturist before and normally I'd expect to pay maybe $80 or $90. They've been very effective, so I really can't say enough about them. Their bedside or chair-side manner is awesome. I have no complaints. I will continue to go and I'll recommend it to anybody.
    - Lewis B.
  • A
    It has always gone great. You change into a warm robe and slippers in the lotcker room and relax in teh kounge with tea, apples, and snacks while you wait. The music is always relaxing...it makes me want to fall asleep. The actual rooms themselves are very clean and well kept, with relaxing music, and warm bed/tables which you lay on. The staff is always friendly and well educated in their field- often having recommendations for products that will fit your skin type. No matter if I am having a massage, facial, or a sunless taning application, I always leave satisfied, relaxed, and feeling amazing!
    - Jasmine R.
  • A
    Fabulous! Lynette is caring, compassionate and very very good at massage. I see here regularly. She always starts by listening to me and how I'm doing, and asking what my current aches and pains are. She then targets different types of shallow or deep therapy to the areas that need it. I leave relaxed, refreshed, with less pain and better able to keep going. I only use her for massage, but she also does other techniques like reflexology. My visits to Lynette are visiting an oasis of calm and renewal. 
    - Richard B.
  • C
    Overall, I think the idea of Little Sprouts (and other "early education centers") is great. Instead of sending your child to a glorified babysitting service, you can feel good about the fact that your child is being exposed to enriching activities that further their development. However, we felt that the downside to all this focus on education was that our son did not thrive in such a scheduled environment. At the twice-yearly assessment, our son's teacher evaluated him much differently than we had, especially in regards to his speech development. We weren't terribly concerned about our son, and our pediatrician assured us that the number of words he spoke was within a normal range. However, our son's teacher said he had no spoken words and she and the Director suggested that we get Early Intervention or speech therapy. Also, the teacher would get very concerned if our son was not interested in an activity. So much so that when he didn't feel like painting for a week, she expressed concern that he might have a Sensory Disorder (instead of normal toddler behavior.) While I would applaud Little Sprouts for their attentive concern, we felt that our son was being unnecessarily labeled instead of being nurtured. Also, because his behavior at home was much different, we tried to collaborate with the teacher on ways to improve his involvement. However, most of the suggestions were disregarded. (For example, we suggested that our son might not want to paint right before his nap because he was tired and cranky. The teacher said no, he wasn't tired, because he usually doesn't want to sleep at nap time. Any mother can tell you that just because kids don't WANT to sleep, doesn't mean they don't NEED to sleep!) Overall, we felt that Little Sprouts was not very collaborative in this regard. The other thing that is worth mentioning specifically about this location of Little Sprouts is staffing levels. Because we started our child when they first opened, the enrollment wasn't that high. Because there were only a couple of toddlers in the morning at drop-off, there was often only one or two teachers in the building. This meant that sometimes we would have to leave our son with a teacher who was also managing two babies and a preschooler. While we weren't opposed to this mixed age setting, it did make leaving difficult (no consistency since the teacher & children were often different) and we worried that our son wouldn't be fed breakfast in a timely manner with the teacher managing the other kids and also the phone and the front door. Also, the toddlers were supposed to go outside each day (weather permitting) but most of the time they only played in the gym. I'm not sure if this was because they didn't have enough staff to manage coats/hats/snowpants etc, but I imagine it must have played a part. Lastly, once we decided to withdraw our son from Little Sprouts, we felt that the teacher and director could have been more professional. Because we didn't feel that they were negligent in any way, but that it was simply not a "good fit" for us, we did not give them much of a reason (other than financial) for us leaving and gave them a generous 4 weeks notice. However, we were continually hounded at pickup time about reconsidering our decision. It made the last four weeks very awkward. Overall, I think that our experience might not be the "norm" and perhaps Little Sprouts might be a good choice for another family or another child. However, we feel that they did not do a great job appreciating individual differences in the children and did not collaborate with us, the parents, very well. Some of the staffing issues will be probably be resolved over time as they can justify hiring more employees, but at the time of this review, it was a definite hindrance.
    - Chris S.
  • B
    Andover center is very clean. Many rooms have radiant heating or their own bathrooms. Rooms are large and bright, and playgrounds are broken out by age group and are excellent. Center had a bit of a revolving door issue with teachers and management (how different this is against the industry, to be honest, I'm not sure) but it sometimes felt like you were just getting used to a teacher and they were either then switching rooms or introducing a new teacher. Company itself seems a a bit top-heavy management wise which probably contributes to the cost. Days are very structured (which we liked) and our son learned much while he was there. Our son loved going there and would look forward to it everyday. Center is pricey -- we were looking at 12-15K per year to send him there for a 9-10 hour day. Overall, would use again, pros outweighed any negatives.
    - ED K.
  • A
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    - gregory m.
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