I have worked for chiropractors in other states, so I was really shocked to find out how Bodin does chiropractic. He throws you on the roller table for precisely two minutes -- way too short to relax you, and FAR short of the legal standard of care -- then puts you on a table and adjusts you for less than a minute -- and then, Bam -- you're out of there. Oh, I almost forgot the ear zappie-thingie he calls "electric acupuncture." Bizarre. When I tried to ask questions, he told me smugly that he does things differently than lots of other chiropractors, (he follows some cult-like form of practice management called Pinnacle) and that I would get better just by him adjusting me -- even though I had tons of soft tissue damage and muscle knots and clearly needed massage and other modalities. Despite not caring at all about my pain or the fact that I needed other treatment, he insisted I sign up for 24-48 visits.
Cons: Total rip off, overbill and underserve the patient