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06/24/2017
By: Katie D.
Nancy Lowrie & Associates
I've been attending off and on for about 6 months. The person I was seeing left the practice and the person she suggested I switch to was a horrible fit for me (but may work well for someone else.) I'm now waiting for my appointment with a third. For the most part the receptionists are extremely helpful and kind.
10/04/2016
By: Corinne T.
Nancy Lowrie & Associates
My daughter has been attending sessions with Jackie Cartwright and absolutely loves talking with her. However I find some of the front office staff to be extremely rude. One girl in particular is never pleasant and explains things in a very condescending manner. I am an educated professional who also works in a medical office and I would never radiate whatever negativity was affecting me onto patients the way she does.
09/14/2016
By: Frank H.
Onyx Health Club
Great facility and a experienced professional staff. I highly recommend this health club to anyone serious about getting fit or to get in a couple workouts a week.
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09/06/2016
By: Emil G.
Onyx Health Club
Great and friendly staff, very clean and open 24/7. I would recommend this place to any friends and family that are looking or a great gym.
04/02/2013
By: davidj2
Nancy Lowrie & Associates
I found Nancy Lowrie and Associates online and met with a therapist there. It was easier than I thought. The staff there knows what they are doing, and my therapist has actually been helping me a lot. I think it's fair to say that things are much better than before, thanks to them.
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