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05/25/2016
By: robertlashawn.greenr
First Choice Rehabilitation Center
Chris and his Staff is great, I never meet a PT, who at the same time makes his client feel at home along with care he show for his client, H e not afraid to touch you, if you in pain he try easy the pain off you but at the same times he will push you,.
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12/11/2015
By: mariecre
Brace & Boot Orthopedics
Have taken excellent care of my elderly mom wirh her orthopaedic shoes for over 10 years. Going back for a new pair this week. Top quality. Shoes last a long time.
12/12/2012
By: kchapman46
Fields Chiropractic Clinic
Very friendly staff and a great chiropractor. Would highly recommend this practice.
12/12/2012
By: cwilliams12410
Fields Chiropractic Clinic
I have been going to Fields Chiropractic for years to manage back pain. They are knowledgable and very professional. The massage therapist on staff is wonderful in alleviating muscle tension and stress. The office is clean, bright and beautiful and the staff is happy to assist with any questions or concerns. I would highly recommend Fields Chiropractic to anyone with any level of back pain.
10/10/2011
By: henscola
Brace & Boot Orthopedics
Called to make appointment. Showed up with my daughter for appointment no record of appointment. Now having to wait all day because of their incompetence! If you need to make an appointment, VERIFY MULTIPLE TIMES!!
05/21/2011
By: srnclb
Palmetto Orthopedic MD
Yesterday (may 20, 2011) i visited Dr. David Fulton for De Quervein's Tendinitis (New Mom's Tendinitis) per a referral from my GP. Dr. Fulton and his support staff were the most knowledgeable, efficient, friendly, and helpful people I've ever been to in a specialists office. I'd gone to Midlands Orthopedics before- that was a very bad idea. They were rude and irritated that i'd come to them with my issues. In Moore, from the waiting room time to leaving the office was about an hour. I received cortisone shots in both my wrists and got X-rays in my shoulder. I was very impressed by his direct knowledge and bedside manner. He was unhurried and willing to take the time to hear what i had to say. He answered me clearly and gave me direct instructions on what to do about my issues. Unlike Dr. Ugino at Midlands Ortho - who told me "nothing's wrong with you, have a nice life". NO bedside manner there. Needelss to say, i've had a wonderful experience with Dr. Fulton and all of his support staff (there were several!) and would recommend them to anyone.
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