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  • A
    Alan Newman
    Dr. Newman is friendly, professional and has a great bedside manner.  Other chiropractors I have gone to make you come back every other day for several weeks.  Dr. Newman doesn't do this...he will schedule another appointment, but if your symptoms have been resolved, he tells you to cancel it.  I am used to a chiropractor using a handheld activator for adjustments.  Dr. Newman uses a combination of manual and handheld adjustments as well as massage, electric stim, heat, etc. depending on what is most effective.  I began seeing improvement in my symptoms after the first visit.  After 4 visits, my symptoms were gone.  The receptionist is friendly and helpful, as is the billing specialist.  Dr. Newman takes his time with patients.  They are very helpful with insurance.  My insurance at the time only allowed for 1 area of manipulation and 1 treatment.  Since I was treated for my hip and knee, Dr. Newman's office charged me a "fair fee" for the manipulation and treatment that the insurance didn't cover ($17).  The office also offers acupuncture and nutrition services.
    - Loretta K.
  • A
    They are kind of a mom and pop shop which is good. I don't like franchises because the larger the franchise, the more they screw you. They were very accommodating, normally they don't do couples massages and it was me and my wife that went there. We went and had our anniversary there and it was pretty fantastic. They did a really good job and they were not expensive. We paid $180 for a full hour massage including hot stone therapy and it was really nice. They were very available. The billing is the only one I didn't like because of how they did it.
    - Relland J.
  • B
    Hartland Massage
    Overall the experience was pleasant, but I felt I didn't receive the treatment I had requested. The therapist was good with her hands, and worked the areas I needed worked, but did not do deep tissue massage. The level of massage I'd say was between a
    Swedish and light, even after I made several comments during the massage to hit the places as hard as needed, and to use as much pressure as needed, etc. I believe after asking three times for what services I needed prior to getting the service, and pleasantly prompting the therapist to do deep tissue during the session, was about all a guy could do. If they weren't going to do deep tissue, they should have either 1) said this masseuse does not have that type of skill or 2) not scheduled me at all if they weren't going to be able to do deep tissue during that time slot. Massage is a very personal type of thing, but I did not leave any room for interpretation when asking for these services.
    I'm sure there are a lot of people wondering whether they've had deep tissue or not, but usually the indicator is occasional pain or uncomfortable pressure as they work areas that really need massage. The massage therapist can use any number of positions or techniques as means to get to this end, but light pressure and keeping the person in nearly the same position for the entire session is usually more Swedish or a more relaxing type of massage. Combine this with light strokes or touches I've had several therapists do, and you definitely are getting a relaxing-type massage. I've had several deep tissue massages, some of which go the extreme and are waaay too painful, and can cause more damage than good. Someone that is an expert in deep tissue is usually very intelligent, skilled, and asks a lot of questions before starting, including warning about pressure and to say something if it's too deep. Overall a good massage therapist listens to your problem, doesn't just provide meaningless conversation and just say things like 'Yeah, that sounds bad.' and will ask questions about what you need. This did not happen on this visit.
    When finished this light massage left me feeling relaxed after my session, but I was still in quite a bit of pain and the area I needed worked the most did not release. Since I had paid for my session up front prior to my massage, and seeing as they did provide a service for the full hour, I didn't really feel I had much recourse to complain and explain my situation. The massage therapist as I mentioned was friendly, and gave me a couple of coupons to use for future visits along with a small bottle of water which was a nice touch. This nice personality didn't make up for the lack of treatment I needed.
    If you decide to go to this location, make sure they completely understand the level of pain you are in, the exact type of massage you are looking for, and get an assurance that the therapist will be able to perform these services. The latter question was the only one I didn't ask, and that assumption that the company would hook me up with the best therapist for my needs, left me unsatisfied with my visit.
    - Patrick B.
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