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  • A
    Body for Life Massage Therapies LLC
    Body for life is the best. I'm a destroyed old college athlete in soccer, played in Europe, and played every sport possible in high school. Don't mess around with anyone else except body for life. I regularly see Christina and can't say enough great things, but everyone there is top notch, cares, professional, and highly trained. Go see them. You won't regret it unless you waste your money with someone else.
    - Max H.
  • F
    Gursky, Dr. Ryan E
    Never in my life have I had such a difficult time just scheduling an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon - not even while scheduling right and left knee ACL repairs with Dr. James Andrews. Dr. Gursky won't schedule an appointment with you until he sees your medical history and, in my case, my orthopedic medical history dates back more than 10 years. It took me 2 weeks of phone calls to finally be told that Oklahoma destroys medical records after 10 years. Now that we have cleared that up, I still can't schedule an appointment because Dr. Gursky hasn't approved me as a patient. This was the last communication I had with the office over a week ago. The whole process has been going on for a month. Meanwhile, a friend recommended a very highly respected knee doctor in Dallas. I called last Friday and they checked with the doctor and got back to me today. I have an appointment with him this Thursday. I researched Dr. Gursky prior to all of this and he seems to have great patient reviews. I wish I'd had a better experience and had been able to get in to see him. But spending an extra month in pain while his office refuses to schedule an appointment until the next checkbox has been completed was frustrating, to say the least. I would not recommend Dr. Gursky.
    - Kerry M.
  • A
    Lamborn, Dr. Shawnie L.
    It's ongoing. I have a chronic condition that she keeps from getting worse. It is working and I don't know what I would do without her. She helps with little aches and pains and she will fix it. She is a good all around care doctor. I have neck stiffness from an accident. She will tell me about exercises and nutrition. It worked.
    - Theresa D.
  • A
    Redbud Physical Therapy
    I went in barely able to work and now I've been released and I can walk now and I'm happy about that. They were excellent. She takes her time and she makes you do what you are supposed to do. They are all very friendly in there. They are also pretty funny. I I call they answer and if I leave a message they call me back. I'm the one who's always late and they're always there. She works with older people, younger people, and she does a great job with kids. I recommended him to one of the guys I worked with.
    - Melissa F.
  • A
    Schluter Chiropractic
    The Doctor fixed the issue precisely. The relief was almost immediate.
    I have been going to this doctor for more 16 years. It is a place you can trust with reliability and accuracy for the exam , diagnosis and treatment. The office is very accommodating with appointments. For maintenance adjustments, you are able to get in and out of the office quickly. They have a very friendly staff .
       My personal experience has been very positive and successful to get to the problem I am dealing with. His treatment make me feel normal and relieves the pain at hand. I have always been able to return to my routine with ease . I highly recommend Schulter Chiropractic  
    - Greg G.
  • F
    Pain Mgmt. of Tulsa
    I filled out all the new patient paperwork online as instructed.  It took about 35 minutes.  They couldn't find any of it when I arrived for my appointment so I had to do it all again.  A very nice nurse prepped me and then walked me to the procedure room and I was instructed to lay down on the table.  I hadn't even met or spoken with the doctor yet.  The doctor came in and confirmed the process he would be performing.  I was getting anxious so I reminded the nurse about the sedative.  She said she knew.  The doctor was already washing the area when the  "light sedative" was given.  So I was incredibly nervous and not relaxed at all.  The doctor performed the procedure and said give it 3-5 days to work and we'll schedule another in 3 weeks.  Then he left.  No one described the recovery or what to expect.  I was given a pain diary to document pain.  I was in more pain the next morning than I was before the procedure.  I called the office and left a message.  A nurse called back 4 hours later and said that she would relay the message to the doctor to see if there is anything else he wants to prescribe or do.  It wasn't until the next day that she called me back (2 days after the procedure).  She said she spoke with the doctor and he said that he would give me a work release to return to work on Tuesday (3 days from then).  No explanation of why I was in more pain,than before... just, stay at home in pain a day longer before returning to work.  When the note was picked up, it had the wrong date on it and I asked if they could add the lifting and sitting restrictions that my neurologist wanted me on so it could all be on one page.  She said she was not even sure she could fix the work release to return on Tuesday because the doctor wouldn't keep people out of work for that long (even though that is what she told me would be done on the phone).  Bottom line. for an office that is supposed to comfort people in pain and make them feel better, they have a lot of work to do.  Patients go to a pain management doctor for relief and understanding, not just for a procedure to be performed
    No one was out right rude to me.  It just seems as if they are going through the motions , doing procedures but not taking time to listen or communicate, even when reached out to.
    - Shane A.
  • C
    Optimal Health
    Only gave me a 40 min massage and it was suppose to a 60 min massage. I paid for a full body massage and it was fair from that. I would not go back and I definitely would never pay full price.
    - scott k.
  • A
    Keeney Healthcare Center
    I originally started going to Keeney Healthcare when I was looking for a new chiropractor and they had a Groupon promotion. I have been there for chiropractic adjustments and massage. I like Dr. Kasbaum there very much. I have never had to wait too long and they don't pressure me too much to book another appointment. I know when I need an adjustment and go in accordingly. They also offer discount packages where if you purchase five appointments in advance, the price is discounted, and that's helpful since I have a high deductible insurance plan.
    - Shannon F.
  • B
    Chinese Foot Massage
    I have had 4 massages here. I agree with the reviewer who wrote that the name and quot;Chinese Foot Massageand quot; is misleading because you, in fact, get a full body massage. At $30, it is quite a good value. If you do not like deep tissue work, you will need to tell your massage therapist because they tend to use a very firm touch.
    Women, know that the MT will unhook your bra while you are lying on your stomach (doesn't remove it) in order to have access to your entire back. It wasn't creepy in any way, but I was surprised the first time.
    Overall, good place to go.
    - Heather B.
  • A
    Tregoning, Dr. Timothy

    He was pretty much on time and took all of the time that I needed; did not try to rush me. Gave me an adjustment on back, neck, knee, hip, wrist, and ankle. He wanted to have one of the technicians give me ultra sound, but I refused because of lack of time on my part.

    Dr. Tregoning always listens, makes excellent eye contact, is always interested in how much pain I am having and where it is located. and gives me further advise for self treatment: ice packs, wet heat, exercises, and/or the use of Biofreeze.

    Dr. Thomas of Tulsa Bone and Joint had ordered an MRI and shared the results with Dr. Tregoning: 2 areas of stenosis, two bulging discs, and scoliosis. Dr. Thomas said that he has other patients with MRI's that look like mine, but they aren't walking! I credit Dr. Tregoning's care as the reason I am still ambulatory.

    Dr. Tregoning's practice is devoted to getting people on their feet, out of pain, and then to dismiss them from his care rather than keeping them coming back month after month. I am one of the few that he continues to see because of the chronic disc degeneration disease in my back.

    I really wouldn't want to try to go without his gentle, loving care!
    - Christine W.
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