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    Atlas Family Chiropractic
    I have a baby ape that needs adjustment. He also works with infant, and elderly. He is very gentle and fantastic. They also have a special machine to adjust your atlas by ultrasonic wave and pinpoint the exact amount of degree that your atlas is off.
    - Jennifer S.
  • F
    It was terrible. In the rehab they just kept giving me pain pills so I was sleeping all the time.  I started to get bed sores rather than being rehabilitated.  I finally just said I’m out of here and left.
    - sandra r.
  • A
    Pardun Family Chiropractic, P.C.
    I have felt compelled to write a review about Dr. Pardun for sometime because there is definitely a unique characteristic about his service that I believe is almost void in todays world. It is the real fact that he actually cares first and foremost about our quality of life. I could go on and on about what he does and how, if I follow his instructions, I am miraculously healed or I can just say that he really cares. I would be amiss though, if I did not mention a few other things which I keep learning about Dr. Pardun, only because it might be beneficial to you as well. Of course we all think of a chiropractor when our back or neck hurts, which is where I started with Dr. Pardun. I was originally skeptical of chiropractics but as I sat in the neurosurgeons office awaiting to be scheduled for neck surgery, I looked around the room filled with patients awaiting the same, all of which, for the second or third surgery, with rehab times of up to 6 months. I literally walked out and said to myself that I would be willing to try anything that would keep me from that debacle. The rest is history. I met Dr. Pardun when my threshold for the pain had been exhausted and my left arm useless. Of course, we all want immediate gratification as we all probably wait just as I had. There were times when I felt better and then there were set backs when I thought just maybe it would be just like the Neurosurgeon said ���no other solution��� . Unwilling to submit to surgery (probably because I was scared) I continued on following Dr. Pardun's orders and finally, unbelievably, the pain was gone. He talked me into keeping up with follow ups at least a couple times a month which he makes completely affordable and I did. Where here is the point I have been waiting to get to. Since I no longer had any back or neck pain I went ahead and mentioned a problem I was having with my elbow which I had already had surgery on just about a year ago. By the way, I had 3 doctors look at it and 2 said there was nothing they could do that it was osteoarthritis, but one was willing to try. Well anyway, once again Dr. Pardun has made it better, Unbelievable. Not done yet. Thought to myself, if he knows how to fix even my elbow maybe he can help my foot. I had a been to the podiatrist for treatment, whom was very nice an tried to help with a shoe insert but it was still killing me. After a long day at work and the pain again, unbearable, I went ahead and told him about it, wondering if he might have any insight. Well, you know where this is headed, unbelievably he did. The rest is history. Thought I would see how much he could really do, so I asked him if he could help my marriage, he gave me a couple pointers but I'm still working on that. I was with my daughter when I went in one time and she said he has help as I'm not as grumpy when I'm not always in pain. What do you know, Dr. Pardun might be able to do anything??? Speaking of my daughter, which I almost forgot to mention. Through their family plan which Pardun Chiropractic offers, makes it unbelievably affordable to include your whole family. So anyway, my daughter started going as well, he at first did an evaluation on her and had noticed a few things which he helped her with and while she was there we decided to mention that she had terrible allergies. She plays high school golf and has been bothered with them for year. She would sneeze easily 50 or more times per round, have terrible headaches and would have to carry a towel to breath into just to survive each round. Dr. Pardun worked on her a few times and incredibly, and all I can say is, if you have allergies, you tell him and you will see also, but she immediately noticed a huge difference and now has no problems at all. To sum this all up again in short, please remember this one and I believe most important fact: Dr. Pardun really cares about you and your quality of life. Sincerely, Rich A.
    - Rich A.
  • B
    Tidal Massage
    I am always satisfied. If I want a deeper massage I say so. Last time I said not to work on abdominal area and she didn't. I had been having headaches and she worked on a shoulder area that had muscle buildup and gently worked on neck.
    - Sally B.
  • F
    Hancock, Dr. Dan
    I went to the first visit alone to discuss options.  I was very clear that I didn't want invasive treatment and just wanted someone who was an expert in pain medication to manage my pain meds for more effective results.  I had taken them for many years as I have multiple bulging discs, arthrosis, spondylosis, foraminal stenosis, spinal stenosis and am not a candidate for surgical correction. A doctor told me I have "the back of an 80 year old".  (I was 56) I was having chiropractic care, have gone through physical therapy, do exercises at home and am doing what I can on my end to help my back. Mr. Hancock recommended an epidural injection in my spine.  Before I knew it I was on the table and getting the injection right then.  That's my fault, I should have requested more information and time to consider it.  With the aid of a fluoroscope he first injected into "an area of calcification", which he told me, so pulled out and injected again in a different area.  He then wrote a prescription for Oxycontin (I had been taking Hydrocodone).  The directions were to take it up to 4 times a day AS NEEDED.  He gave a total of 15 days supply if taken at 4 daily as written on the prescription.  I had a lot of trouble driving home as I couldn't feel my legs (which he said might happen).  When the numbing wore off I was in excruciating pain.  I had never experienced that kind of pain in all the years of having suffered from back pain. My wife who is an RN was wanting to take me to the ER.  I took the pain medication and it helped but still didn't fully address the pain.  I had trouble walking, getting up from a standing position, and doing anything really.  On the return visit my wife came with me to ask a couple of questions as she was very concerned about the level of pain I was experiencing, and why.  She mentioned this to his nurse and also mentioned she used to work in the OR.  Guess that was a HUGE mistake.  He stormed into the room, looked at my wife and YELLED "I hear you have some questions".  Then he looked at me and YELLED "What I want to know is why are YOU'RE the one having the injections and SHE'S the one asking questions?!!"  We were both stunned.  I said I wanted her there because I didn't understand everything he was saying and she would be able to explain it to me.  My wife, when he finally calmed down, asked if she could ask him just a couple of questions. He imperiously agreed.  She asked why I was having more pain after the procedure that hadn't let up and why the pain was better controlled prior to the procedure on Hydrocodone.  She also asked if he had any other treatment modalities he recommended if this didn't work.  He said he didn't know why I hurt more and had no recommendations for other options. He stammered a bit then said "Well I guess, uh, physical therapy".  I had a second injection that day, which did nothing, the pain continued and when I called after two weeks for a refill he refused to give it, saying it should have lasted a month.  He abandoned me.  He increased my medication, then would give me no more, even though I had taken it exactly as prescribed.  I had to go to my PCP who immediately gave a refill.  My wife was in disbelief.  As an RN she said she had worked with physicians who could be demanding and insulting with staff, but never had she seen one treat a patient like that.  She's now working in mental health. To this day she can't believe she allowed him to do anything more to me and neither can I.  She said he was abusive, without a doubt, and we were stupid to stay after being treated that way.  Later I requested the report of the appt.  He wrote that the wife who is an RN, didn't come the first time then the second time came asking that he repeat all the pathophysiology and information he had already given (a lie)  He also reported (correctly) that she said the Oxycontin didn't work as well for the pain after the procedure as the Hydrocodone I had previously taken before I had it done. He reported he said it didn't make sense.  Though he was trying to spin the report to make it look like we were the problem, he shot himself in the foot.  He was right, it didn't make sense.  And though I can't prove it, I was injured from the procedure and to this day am experiencing pain that is far worse than the pain I had when I walked into his office.  STAY AWAY FROM THIS MAN.  I WILL NOT CALL HIM DOCTOR.
    - Norman A.
  • A
    Sheffer III, Dr. James G.
    Nobody has helped me more than him, I am very happy with him. He is wonderful and bed side manners he is awesome, he will spend much time with you as you want, he explains everything, he gives people a discount who will pay cash. He is awesome.
    - Ruth C.
  • A
    Highway 7 Chiropractic

    Started off with work comp doctor. Very pleasant, but treatment went far too long for no relief. Finally talked insurance company to allow chiropractic. Went to see Dr. Mark. Great attitude and he listens to you.

    They took x-rays, determined what was wrong and started treatment. I had 12 sessions of disc decompression and after the first session the back pain was lessened considerably. I would definitely recommend Hwy and Chiropractic.

    - Beth V.
  • A
    Highway 7 Chiropractic
    They took scans of my body and told me what was wrong and how to fix it. It was kind of pricey but they offered reasonable payment plans options. He offered things I could do at home to help with the pain and help with the healing too. Feels alot better now. It was easy to get in for appointments too.
    - Amy S.
  • A
    Sheffer III, Dr. James G.
    Unlike other doctors, Dr Sheffer really stands out. He's just wonderful and very personable. His office staff is great. The office environment and the waiting area are very nice. He holds us together and puts us back in shape.
    - Terri W.
  • A
    Paul, Dr. Robert F
    He was excellent. He was recommended to us. He'd be the type of doctor that anyone would be comfortable going to. He was fantastic. I told him about the experience I had before and he was the one that shook his head. He just couldn't believe what I said. He put me in contact and took care of my problem. I had an ongoing problem and so I needed help all the time. He found a kind of solution to help me along. He was fantastic. My follow up experience was better. I've heard nothing but good about that doctor. I would use his services again in the future.
    - JANET A.
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