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08/12/2010
By: ronsoldcars
Chiropractic Connection
I have been a patient of Dr. Prenitzer's for over 2 years and have not been to another Chiropractor since. I ALWAYS feel a LOT better when I walk out of the office than when I walked in. Her activator method of treatment is a lot less painfull than the old "rack em and crack em" method that most Chiropractors use. I have recommended Dr Prenitzer to many of my friends and would recommend her to you also. Here's to feeling betterThanks Ron A.
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09/12/2016
By: Mark B.
Mobility To Agility Chiropractic
As a truck driver, I was having severe neck pain because of my crooked seat (yes more crooked than Hillary). Dr. Jacob Siler took me in on a moments notice and did his magic. After the first session I was able to turn my head with a significant loss of pain and by my 3rd sessions I was feel great!! This doctor really knows his stuff and is extremely informative. He sertinally has my recommendation!!
09/10/2015
By: Matthew D.
Carolina Active Health Chiropractic
Dr. Nelson's unique skill set and knowledge of the human body set him apart from others in his field. The attention to detail and level of compassion are second to known. If your in or around the Greenville area, Carolina Active Health Chiropractic is the place to be!
10/17/2012
By: sarah.goodyearcrowell
Chiropractic Health Center
All the staff really care about how you feel and do everything they can to help you feel better. I have chronic pain issues and have used Chiropractic Health Center for years to help me get through the pain without meds. I appreciate all you do.
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11/12/2015
By: Marguerita B.
Piedmont Orthopaedics
I've had good Dr pt relationship with all people within the group, I will continue with my treatment knowing the staff cares about me. I know they care about how I feel!
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