About 15 years ago, my car got totaled on a snowy winter morning by a driver going way too fast. The impact messed up my shoulder. I went to two different chiropractors who talked constantly about suing and gave me their "special' attorneys cards. What a turn off. I finally went to Dr. Rosquist..who focused on my shoulder pain and nothing else.... and have been a patient of his ever since.
I've had to see Dr. at least once or twice every year.- sometimes because I irritated the shoulder by lifting or running,etc. There have been times I've been in severe pain, unable to function-and I've never once left Dr. R's office not feeling 1000 times better. I'm not insured, and never once felt overcharged or over processed, etc. $30-$50 is a huge bargain to me to feel like a human again.
Also, I'm a runner. When I started to run, I realized very quickly that I had to have some kind of insert in my running shoes, or I'd incur severe hip pain. I kept buying the cheap store kind, but went through them very quickly. I brought this up to Dr. R, and he showed me how my ankle turns just slighty, causing a twist in my leg, which of course, was affecting my hip. He designed some running orthotics for me; they weren't cheap, but I've used them for years with no pain.
He ALWAYS suggests a follow-up appointment after treating me, but I NEVER do it. Usually because I feel "fixed" after one appointment, and I get on with life.
I've not once, in 15 years encountered anyone "snotty" at Dr. R's office. Although I'm not a member of any religious organization, I feel the reading material Dr. Rosquist chooses to put in the office of his PRIVATE practice is his business. I'm a grown-up and I'm allowed to choose what I want to read. I've actually enjoyed getting caught up on my Readers Digest on the rare occasions that I've had to wait longer than 5 minutes.
Also, Dr. Rosquist is in Riverton now, citysearch needs to update.
Pros: good chiropractor, lots of parking, great sofa in the waiting room
Cons: Um, can't think of any. Used to be in Murray, glad he's in Riverton now.