Spine Specialist in Kokomo, Indiana with Reviews - YP.com

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By: Lillian N.
Indiana Spine Group
Okay the waits are long to see Dr Reilly. I don't care. The man is a gifted surgeon and the best for miles around. Bring a book,be tolerant with the wait. I had to have surgery and the bad pain is gone! He is amazing!
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By: Amy H.
Neurology Of Indiana
This doctor is a person and treats you like one. He's grrrreat! He may call you "boss" he is so cool and down to earth. He's just a regular dude that wants to help you feel better and he will do whatever it takes!
By: rainy.monahan
Regional Chiropractic Center
He is the best I have found, been going for years. Very helpful, polite, and gets the tough ones no one else can!!
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By: Wanda S.
Unlimited Chiropractic and Hydromassage Center
She's great. She's helped my husband tremendously. Recommended very highly. Great hours and can do wknd by appt.
By: Lisa J.
DR Joe Hicks Doctor
Great Dr! He took great care of me and my children!
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