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05/25/2013
By: samanthary3
Living Wellness Chiropractic
I've been to chiropractors before but I never could have prepared myself for my first visit to Living Wellness. I was expecting your typical doctor's office with closed doors and a waiting room. I never would have thought I would be sitting across from patients getting adjusted and the sight of the traction machines (which I initially described as a torture chamber in my mind) seemed silly and embarrassing. BUT after my first few visits I realized, that is just what you do here and it was great to talk with other patients and over hear their questions and answers-it sometimes got you thinking of things you've never thought of. And while my back pain was minimal I noticed a change over the next several weeks and I also realized that I did not mind coming almost every day (including Saturday mornings) with my 30 minute commute. The staff are so friendly and dedicated to giving you as personalized a treatment as they can!
03/19/2013
By: ehunter
Living Wellness Chiropractic
I"ve never been to a doctors office with staff as great as Living Wellness. I was treated there initially over 10 years ago. The staff are always courteous and efficient. I've been back over the years for either routine maintenance care or when my back or neck has given me trouble. The care has always been top notch and effective. I've seen several different doctors at the clinic over the years and all have been great. This is a great place for anyone looking for a chiropractor or physical therapy-- especially someone new to chiropractic because everything is explained so that you fully understand your health condition and also what they propose with regard to treatment. I'd never go to any other chiropractor in Baltimore! Thanks Living Wellness for the many years of great care!!
04/08/2013
By: jocook
Living Wellness Chiropractic
Living Wellness Chiropractic helped me so much. I began my treatment with headaches and neck pain. The doctors fixed my spine with adjustments and traction and now I am pain free, stand up straight and can sleep the entire night without pain. Everyone should go to Living Wellness Chiropractic if they have problems with their spine. The staff is really nice, everyone is always smiling, and their administrative team is spot on and makes it worry free for anyone dealing with insurance since they take care of it all.
04/21/2013
By: rebeccaha9
Living Wellness Chiropractic
I came to Dr. Lauren because I had severe stiffness in my neck. This would be very painful when I wake up in the mornings. Since I started coming to Living Wellness, the pain has decreased! I feel much better when I get up in the mornings! Thanks Dr. Lauren!
01/17/2014
By: Maria M.
Priority Care Clinics
My daughter was in and out in about 20 minutes with the medicine she needed. I'm not a big reviewer, but I'll post this wherever I can! 20 MINUTES!!!
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