Weight Watchers Meetings Locations & Hours Near Grand Rapids, MI - YP.com
  • 1.Weight Watchers

    3140 Plainfield Ave NE

    Grand Rapids,MI

    4.19 mi

  • 2.Weight Watchers

    3144 Plainfield Ave NE Ste A

    Grand Rapids,MI

    4.21 mi

  • 3.Weight Watchers

    2500 E Beltline Ave SE Ste K

    Grand Rapids,MI

    5.22 mi

  • 4.Weight Watchers

    5859 Harvey St

    Norton Shores,MI

    29.12 mi

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04/15/2016
By: Scott T.
Independence Health
If you don’t feel your chiropractor sincerely wants to improve your health and help you achieve a higher level of personal comfort, you’re missing out. I don’t want a trip to the chiropractor to feel like a trip to the DMV where the smiles feel insincere, I want a more personal experience. If that’s what you want, I recommend Independence Health. I've been to many chiropractors. Most who are obviously rushing through as many warm bodies as fast as possible. Sometimes they over-schedule and I had to sit and wait to be rushed through because people were waiting after me. They seemed more interested in getting a quick fix and off to the receptionist to sign me up for another visit. Some of the places had so many chiropractors I was seeing someone different each visit. I want my chiropractor to know my case. I also want a chiropractor who knows what they are doing. Dr. Niezgoda knows what she is doing, she takes the time to learn about your symptoms and she works to help you recover.
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