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By: Vineet S.
Massage Envy - University
This Massage envy location is one of the worst. They use some terrible chemicals in their product. I did their facial service for 3 months and had developed acnes because of their pathetic products. post acne, i have acne scars now that dont go away with any sort of treatments. Unfriendly astheticians, pathetic service. they just mint money by selling their products. worst worst nightmare i had 5 months back. when i tried to cancel my membership, i was told its a clause that the membership is mandatory for one year. beware of that clause if you are going to sign the membership. i am paying $80 per month now till october this year t for not availing any service. such low standards of service and customer interaction. one of the worst place on earth. I am not sure if this particular ME location is bad or the whole franchuse is like that. when someone goes for facial, they trust the aestheticians since face is the most importnant feature. and see what treatment they give to the customers. i am apalled by their service and unprofessional behavior. this place should be banned and closed for using weird stuff in their products.This is a completely genuine review .
By: Sarah C.
Elite Health Physical Therapy
I have tried a lot of different things from seeing physical therapists and chiropractors, getting sports massages, graston technique and active release technique. MAT is the most immediate and effective thing that I've tried.
By: Amma L.
Charlotte Massage & Bodywork Center
Their bodywork techniques are impressive and their holistic approach is great. I had different therapists they are all very good!
By: Dw D.
Massage Envy - Arboretum-CLT
I asked for a deep tissue massage. The massage therapist kneaded my spine, and I ended up going to the doctor due to the pain. She told her manager that she performed a "spinal compression". The manager told me that this was a normal practice. After research and speaking with my doctor, the therapist should never touch your spine. Now, the therapist is saying she never touched my spine and this operations manager is not taking responsibility for negligence. He contends that no wrong doing was performed. The experience has been really dissapoining and shocking. The manager at this location was unprofessional and rude in dealing with this situation. No one offered an apology. Now my spine continues to be sore after almost a week. I don't normally write reviews; however, I want people to be aware of this so that no one else has this experience. The operations manager will only refund my money if a sign a release indicating that I don't hold them responsible.
By: Madeline B.
Bluebird Studio
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By: Mckinlee C.
Massage Envy - University
Rudest staff. To be more spot on very rude lady that works the front. Didnt use service anddonf plan to
By: Vanessa T.
Thomas Chiropractic Clinic
We love Thomas Chiro! Dr. Thomas brought relief to my pregnancy aches, my husband’s sports injuries, and my kids’ colic and earaches. He’s the first one we head to when we’re not feeling well. We’ve used the different kinds of therapy the office offers- acupuncture, ultrasound, and mild muscle stim to name a few- with great success! The staff is great and Dr. Thomas is a down to Earth guy who actually wants you to get better. Definitely recommend.
By: Mike T.
Thomas Chiropractic Clinic
Having been a patient for many years Dr. Thomas has efficiently treated back pain, joint pain, and even muscle pain. I'm a relatively big guy at 6'4 and a little more over 200 lbs than I'd like to admit and no other chiropractor can make all the adjustments he can as well as he can. He helped me through a major herniated disk and saved me from spinal surgery. As a skilled acupuncturist he even relieved me of a severely brushed tail bone that was previously a reoccurring issue for many years. Finding a good chiropractor can be tough but when you find one who is also a full service health center it is worth sharing.
By: Bianca A.
Massage Envy - University
This is by far the worst massage envy I've been to. Every time I go there I leave upset. Only reason why I even continue to go is because I have a membership and it's the nearest one to me. I will probably just take the drive to the Abortuem from now on because I know I can expect good service there. The need to get better therapist and need to be more professional in there. I had an appointment at 2 wasn't seen until 2:30 but know one came back to tell me my therapist was running behind..ruined my whole experience
By: Kimberlee G.
Thomas Chiropractic Clinic
Dr. Thomas and staff are professional and a joy to visit. A nice relaxing office and Dr. Thomas is always able to ease my pain. A doctor who listens to the needs of the patient. Highly recommend!
Tips & Advices
At the first appointment with a physical therapist, Expect an overall assessment of your condition, which may include exercises to understand your range of motion, balance, and strength. Based on that information, the therapist can then design a regimen.
Physical therapists can work in a variety of environments. While many choose to work in a physical therapy clinic, others will operate out of hospitals and are also able to make house calls to help patients who need in-home assistance and rehabilitation.
Physical therapists can specialize in sports medicine, women's health, geriatric, neurologic, orthopedic​, pediatric, and cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions, among others.
See a physical therapist following a serious muscle or bone injury, especially if pain doesn't go away within a few days, is recurring and dull, or is frequent and sharp. Book an appointment if medication is not helping or if your doctor recommends it.
The majority of health insurance plans do include physical therapy treatment, but the amount covered and the co-pay for patients varies person-to-person. Medicare and workers’ compensation both cover physical therapy.

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