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03/05/2013
By: allen.becca
Rowland Chiropractic
I was in an accident 5 months ago and had unending pain in my neck and spine. Physical Therapy and many Dr's office visits never made any progress. I heard about Dr. Rowland and decided to give it a shot, I had never been to a Chiropractor before. Within two weeks he had me feeling better than I did before the accident. Dr. Rowland truly helped me and I recommend him for any of your pain problems!
10/11/2012
By: memedeb
Rowland Chiropractic
After several years of seeing doctors and chiropractors, Dr. Rowland was the first chiropractor that assisted in my healing. I had several issues with my stomach that resulted me not to be able to keep my food down, nightly. He was able to help alleviate all of those symptoms and problems, which was a true blessing. I highly recommend Dr. Rowland for any back pain or allergies.
10/11/2012
By: sandy.spratlen
Rowland Chiropractic
I have been a patient of Dr. Rowland's for 9 years. I have had food and other allergies for many years and he has assisted me with relieving my symptoms. I also have fibromyalgia and arthritis and he has given me great relief. I would highly recommend Dr. Rowland for all of your chiropractic needs.
06/08/2015
By: Jocelyn N.
Hq Chiropractic
HQ chiropractic is an amazing office. The employees are great, they are attentive. They give you amazing treatment and I started feeling better as soon as I left their office. I recommend HQ to those with serious back pain.
06/08/2015
By: Jamie M.
Hq Chiropractic
This office is great. I would recommend it to anyone who asks, i have scoliosis and their treatment & adjustments give me such relief.
06/08/2015
By: Jeffery S.
Hq Chiropractic
It was an awesome experience being adjusted by Dr. Richards. He knows what he's doing and will take care of you!
06/27/2013
By: ffemt352
Gonzales Chiropractic
Great Chiro. Friendly staff. Fast your in and out in no time.
Tips & Advices
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