Spine Specialists in Little Rock, AR with Reviews - YP.com

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By: Chris R.
Pain Care Associates
Chris R., 10.29.2014Dr. Dwight K. Stewart is the FIRST CHIROPRACTOR who has ever treated me!!!! He is great at what he does!!!!! I am a 16 year old junior high school student who plays high school varsity football and was diagnosed after a hard hit during a game with a concussion in September 2014. My doctor who specializes in concussions suggested to my parents that I see a chiropractor for my continued headaches. A friend of mine named Braxton referred me to Dr. Stewart. After several adjustments and therapy my headaches have decreased tremendously!!!!!! I have gone to his office with a headache and as soon as he adjust me my headache is gone!!!! I wish he could travel with me until I am headache free!! I recommend anyone who needs a chiropractor to see Dr. Dwight Stewart!!!!!Gena Woodward is the physical therapist in the office. I have received physical therapy at another facility in the past. Gena is a very good physical therapist!!!! I would refer anyone I know who needs physical therapy to see Gena!!!!!
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By: Kassandra F.
The JOINT Chiropractic
I went in because my hip was in severe pain and could barely walk. Also my sciatic nerve was pinched causing numbness and pain. Both issues have been going on for years. I have done physical therapy and seen numerous chiropractors but always had the same problem of getting realigned but 12 hours later my body pulls itself out of alignment. Emily was very attentive to my pain, injuries, and concerns about my body not staying aligned. She then did a very thorough examination. She is very gentle but is still able to align everything. She even noticed areas of my back that was out of alignment that I didn't notice. I was able to walk out of the clinic comfortably not having to hold on to someone for support. I was sore but much better than the pain I had been in for 2 days.I woke this morning still completely in alignment, feeling great.The joint is amazing affordable, friendly staff, they are more concerned about how their patients feel than how much they can make per visit.
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By: Kathryn M.
I was referred to Dr. Anthony Capocelli, a neurosurgeon at OrthoArkansas, by one of his colleagues, Dr. William Blankenship. Dr. Capocelli has performed both of my surgeries: the 1st being a discectomy and the 2nd being a spinal fusion. He is the best physician ever! He specializes in a condition called "Chiari malformation," where part of the brain pushes back into the spinal cavity. Patients come from all over the country to see him. He's got a very conservative approach and doesn't perform surgery unless he absolutely has to. He performs every test possible before looking at surgery. He's incredibly friendly, I feel like he's part of my family now. He's been there for me every step of the way. I would recommend him to ANYONE who is looking for a neurologist for possible spinal surgery or for Chiari malformation. I absolutely love him!
By: Cynthia L.
Pain Care Associates
I have been going to Dr Stewart at Pain Care Associates in Little Rock for about 7 years. In 17+ years of chronic “back” pain I have been to more than 10 chiropractors in 4 states and 2 other countries and Dr Stewart is my favorite chiropractor (and Dr of any specialty). Whether I have pain in my lower back, upper back, ribs, neck, or jaw he has always provided great care that provides either immediate or very rapid pain relief. He is very thorough in each exam and uses multiple techniques depending on the issues. Dr Stewart is a caring and compassionate doctor that listens to the patient and is not condescending. I never hesitate to recommend him to anyone. I currently live abroad, but the first thing I do after I buy my plane ticket each time is to call his office and schedule appointments. Dr Stewart is a truly gifted chiropractor!
By: Joyce W.
Pain Care Associates
Having worked in the medical field for over 30 years puts a very hard strain on your body from standing, bending, twisting, lifting, sitting, and working at the computer for long hours. Suffering from fibromyalgia, chronic neck, back, sciatica pain and headaches; Dr. Stewart and his friendly professional staff have always taken care of my overall health.I have been a patient of Dr. Stewart for 15 years, he uses the cutting edge technology and facilities. Without his help and guidance, my quality of life would be very painful. I push my body at work and home too hard. Dr. Stewart has taught me what my body's limitations are. He gives my body regular alignments to keep me happy and healthy.
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By: Tony B.
Hi my name is Tony, about a year and a half ago my PC referred me to a place called Ortho Ar. I have really bad back pain and have lots of reasons wrong with it. I've been jerked around from e.r. to e.r. since 2001, felt all alone and lost hope in ever living a good pain free life. Anyway, I meet Dr. Buck, WOW he's the ONLY Dr. That cares and is doing everything as fast as can be to help me feel normal again. He's the BEST and if you get the chance go see him first! 5 stars all the way, and the front staff are the nicest I have seen ever, yea it gets busy at times and gets stressed out for them but really who dosent. Wonderful part of my family now, thanks everyone at Ortho AR.!!!
By: Jennifer W.
Pain Care Associates
I have been going to see Dr. Stewart at Pain Care for almost 9 years now. Dr. Stewart and the whole team have been so kind and helpful over the years. I've played golf all of my life and he has provided the tools and treatment necessary to improve my posture, pain, and overall health since I first began receiving chiropractic care. Gina, one of the physical therapists, has also helped me along the way with any injuries or "flare ups" that I have had these past years. Overall, I wouldn't want to go anywhere else for my chiropractic care!
By: tamar.komla
Innovative SpineCare Inc
Dr. Mocek's care has been exemplary. I transferred to Innovative Spine Care after working for over 5 years with Kaiser Permanente. I was quite satisfied with my Kaiser doctor but moved to Arkansas and needed to find another dr. At this time, while I continue to experience pain it is under control with medication and likely to improved significantly with surgery. I do agree with other reviewers about unprofessionalism of support staff. I've accepted it as an issue I can tolerate because Dr. Mocek is such a kind and effective practitioner.
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By: Sheryl blocker M.
Had surgery there; staff was very friendly. Surgery did NOT work! No progress, no improvement. After care sucks. I called to cancel our next appointment & informed Jessica the reason why (dissatisfaction) & she was about as empathetic as the phone on which she was talking. Had no care in the world that we'd just paid all that money & went thru all the post-op pain & care for a useless surgery. Thanks for your concern!
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By: Becky W.
Everyone there has treated me with me nothing but kindness, compassion and respect. No not every procedure worked, but if someone thinks that there is a guarantee on everything in life, they need to get a life and quit acting a diva. I love how I'm treated from the drs and on down. Thank you OrthoAR!
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