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01/07/2017
By: Bailee C.
Thomas Family Health
Dr. Russell is a God send! She's very understanding and explains everything so well. However, I think her staff hates me. They are all soft spoken, won't make eye contact and when they do look at me, it's like I'm inconveniencing them. They never answer my calls. Never return my voice messages and it's like pulling teeth to get them to fill my scripts! I waited for the doc for 3 hours on Thursday. 4 messages later and now it's the end of business on Friday and they didn't fill my scripts.
04/26/2016
By: Jane S.
Back in Motion Chiropractic and Acupuncture
Took a little fall and hurt my back. This was my first visit to Dr. Smith. Went on recommendation of a stranger. Very glad I did! He was great! I told him he is so good at what he does that he works himself out of a job! His wife works in the office with him and is a ray of sunshine when you walk in. They both make you feel like family. I highly recommend Dr. Smith for both acupuncture and chiropractic services.
02/29/2016
By: Allison A.
Thomas Family Health
I am so very thankful for Dr. Thomas and staff. I have never been treated with the upmost respect and true care by a Dr. Not sure what the other reviewer is talking about... she must not have gotten what she wanted. Sad but not true. Angie that works the desk and the kindest in the business. Try it for yourself and you will agree.
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09/28/2016
By: Kalin B.
Back in Motion Chiropractic and Acupuncture
Oh my..if without Dr. Smith for my migraines, lower back and hip pain..gee I will be miserable..many thanks to you Doc and Kim..always... MCBautista, BSN RN
06/12/2012
By: theduder
Back in Motion Chiropractic and Acupuncture
Very knowlegable doctor, takes time to listen to you, and patient.
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