I've never been to a chiropractor in all my born days...and there've been many (as my grandmother would say...if she were alive and still able to talk). Well, today was my first time. I've had back problems for over a week now, and I've been to the doctor, the acupuncturist, and the massage guy. All of these have helped tremendously, but I really felt like there was something going on with my spine, so I decided to find a chiropractor. Why not, right?!\r
So, I chose Dr. Hagood at Parmer Lane Chiropractic. I chose Dr. Hagood because reviews written on Yelp. And let me say, they are spot on (go read 'em!). Everything about the experience was pleasant, if not downright fun -- yes, fun (the massaging water bed hoochimawhatzit and the electro-stimulator thingymabob are bizarre, but totally cool). \r
Dr. Hagood is well-educated, knowledgeable, likable, patient (no pun intended) , and thorough. His evaluation process leaves no stone unturned. He really knows how to get to the root of your problem.\r
The office itself is neat, clean, well-equipped (with all the modern technologies), easy to get to, and staffed with an extremely nice and efficient assistant. Parking is abundant. Drive-thru Starbucks is a block away. An Indian food market is next door. Everything you could want and more.\r
I'm going back for follow-up work on my specific back problem and then again to get myself in to total alignment. I really feel like this process will bring added value to my already pretty-decent health and fitness practices.\r
I highly recommend Dr. Hagood / Parmer Lane Chiropractic. Five stars really aren't enough.
Pros: Great doctor, great office, great staff
Cons: They didn't have Field & Stream magazine in the waiting area.