By: jmf8888
January Chiropractic & Acupuncture
Before you read about my experience at January Chiropractic and Acupuncture I just wanted to say that today a member of Dr January's staff called me and let me know that customer service is very important to them and that they were not happy that I was not happy and actually refunded my money. While I would still not go back they did make it right and perhaps my bad experience was an isolated event. When I went into this office I found the number in the phone book in extreme pain. Dr January was not at all sympathetic and caused me more pain he was not helpful at all. On this first visit he took over priced xrays which I later found out from a respectable chiropractor were unnecessary. Did a very minor very painful adjustment and asked me to come back the next week.So I went about a week more in extreme pain didn't want to pay another Dr. When I went back he said that he had reviewed my unnecessary xrays and that he could help me with 12 to 15 visits. He showed me my xrays and pushed on my back in one spot causing more pain and then rolled a quack medical device on my back which he said would prevent muscle spams which it did not and for this charged another 50 dollars. The whole time I was there everyone I saw told me about their child adjustments that it could help with all kinds of things. Its too bad I cant give him no stars. I went to Dr Frazee in Guthrie who had me in much less pain on the first visit and completely healed in 4.
By: Kandi W.
Jackson Chiropractic Clinic
I have been attending this clinic for over a year. I had no idea my spine was so out of alignment. I actually had shrunk 2 inches, after six months I was my original height. My back, neck and shoulders do not constantly hurt. My headaches used to be weekly even daily. Today I haven't had a headache in over six months. I highly recommend Jackson Chiropractic. Dr Jackson knows his stuff and his staff, Erial and Sue are amazing. They don't have to look at your chart to remember your name or your ailments. If they haven't seen you in awhile they will call you to remind you that its time to come in. The girls are awesome and stay on top of everything. There is never a delay in your treatment. I have not ever been in there longer than 30 minutes. They get you in and out. To shorten this up....they all are AWESOME.
By: christina.francis.733
Hughes Chiropractic & Wellness
I live in Norman and happily make the trip to Edmond as much as possible. Brian (Dr. Hughes) is very thorough and extremely sensitive to my needs and ailments. He is kind and sincere and truly listens to me when I am explaining my problem areas. He makes sure to explain possible causes as well as preventative methods in a way that I can comprehend. He makes sure to follow up with me and I am more than satisfied with each visit. He most definitely has "magic hands" and is a "master of his craft". I would strongly recommend him to anyone who is in need of a professional "therapist".
By: Zac C.
Sooner Chiropractic
Dr. Wilson is great. He is very knowledgable and professional. I was having severe back pain in my upper back...it was making sleeping nearly impossible. I've always avoided going to chiropractors due to my preconceived idea that they couldn't really help. Well trust me, Dr. Wilson can help! He doesn't make a joke of the profession...he just goes to work and solves the problem/pain! I wouldn't trust anyone else! I highly suggest if your in pain you give him a chance to prove to you how he can make living without pain possible! Thanks Dr. Wilson.
By: Taylor H.
Hughes Chiropractic & Wellness
I have been a server for about two years and I have always had low back pain to the point where I couldn't pick up boxes at work or move glass trays. When I started to go see Dr. Hughes he not only help me get back to normal but he also helped me get rid of my constant headaches which I didn't even know chiropractic could help with! His staff is super helpful and always greets me with a smile! I highly recommend everyone going to see Dr. Hughes.
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By: K. M.
Mackey Bruce MD
Dr. Mackey was recommended to me by my PCP who I trusted greatly. He quickly diagnosed my sleep apnea which I've had since at least 1991 when a nurse friend pointed it out to me but that wasn't well known and there weren't home CPAP machines then. I've had CRPS Type II since 1994, trigeminal neuralgia since 2006, and fibromyalgia since 2011. He has been great in helping me with my chronic pain and his PAs are good also.
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By: Becky W.
Scott Newton, MD
Dr Scott Newton is everything a Dr should be. He is very intelligent and stays abreast of all health related issues. He is always familiar with the latest information about all diseases and all facts regarding medications. He is a truly kind and gentle person. I have never felt rushed, or that I took to much of his time. He has excellent problem solving skills. His listening skills are excellent. Overall he is a 10!!
By: baylessrebecca
PhysicianCare PM
I saw Dr. Buffington, 5 data ago, for a BADLY lacerated calf- a result if falling on a rusty barbed wire fence, while fishing! I had already gone to theER, in Edmond, and had LOTS of sutures! Dr. Buffington took one look at it, and said- well, it's really infected! He changed my antibiotics, and gave me something for pain! Me was quick, kind and efficient, and had a great sense of humor!!!
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By: Lori C.
Polkinghorne, John G, DDS
From Marcia Poley: Hey Dr. John! I recently popped a crown (no, this time it wasn't eating sugar babies) so I went to our new dentist in Dallas and he is the 4th guy that has looked in my mouth and exclaimed about the beautiful work you've done in there! I think you should move to Dallas
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By: Laura S.
While I'm sure errors can happen, I think this place is convenient, helpful, beautiful and professional. I drive some distance to them because of their convenient hours. I have favorite chiropractors in their group for one reason or another but all seem to know their stuff.
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It’s recommended to get a professional cleaning at least two times per year.
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