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  • 1.Chiropractic Wellness Center

    Serving the Lakeland, FL area


    Chiropractic Wellness Center, located on US 27 S. Across from Lake Jackson in Sebring serves all of Highlands County, just north of Hammock Rd. We provide gentle full-spinal manipulation as well as ha

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By: Slade R.
American Care
The doctor refused to write any of my prescriptions because she is a "general medicine" practitioner, without any emphasis on medicine apparently. The most important one in my opinion, my migraine medicine, I have to get from a psychiatrist. Because migraines have to do with the brain, apparently. Now, a more intelligent person might ask, "Don't you mean neurologist?" Why, yes, that is what I said, but not according to her, so now I have a referral to a psychiatrist who is definitely going to look at me like I'm crazy when I ask for that. I did manage to convince her to call it in to the pharmacy, but when I get there, I discover it's the wrong kind. Maxalt instead of Maxalt MLT. She did this as she read it right off the bottle, as I had to make an extra trip to it bring up there to prove that I was prescribed it or something. Overall, a terrible experience. Unfortunately, it is also the only place that Amerigroup covers in Lakeland at the moment.
By: pixe89
A Woman's Choice Inc
I send everyone may be pregnant here for whatever counciling that may be needed :) I have gone myself a few times
By: mschneider1
A Woman's Choice Inc
I liked the counseling best at A Woman's Choice in Lakeland .  I just really needed someone to talk to.
By: bea2246
A Woman's Choice Inc
I called A Woman's Choice Abortion Info and Pregnancy Clinic in Lakeland. It was a very helpful experience and enlightening.
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