Practically no exam, just standard checkbox form and x-rays, and the x-ray license on the wall was expired. Billed for much higher than I was told the visits would cost. He never seemed to remember me or why I was there, even on back to back days. I was charged for ""selfcare management training"" for every visit, when all I received was a handout on ergonomics during the ""consultation,"" which lasted about five minutes. The whole setup feels like chiropractry by assembly line. Noone in the office ever remembered my name even though I was coming in three times a week. Finally, I went to a different chiropractor who performed a thorough exam, found the real causes of my problems, gives actual selfcare training, and I am finally finding relief from more problems than hoped for. So I now believe in the field, just not Chris Oliver.
Pros: Walk in
Cons: Impersonal, Not thorough