This office does a fine job of presenting a friendly and hip atmosphere. The free coffee is nice. However, as far being legitimate medical professionals, they are no more than very very good salespeople. \r
I came in due to neck back. During the first visit, they took an x-ray and convinced me to sign on to a treatment plan. Sasha (the office manager?) emphasized, ""We're going to get you better and send you on your way. After that, we don't want to see you again. You're young!"" Well, four months and over $1700 later, both the chiropractor and the office manager tried to convince me to continue with them indefinitely, monthly. Scam.\r
The $100 ""re-exams"" especially were ridiculous. These ""re-exams"" consisted of the chiropractor asking two or three subjective questions about how you feel. They charged these on top of the regular visits. There was never another x-ray after the initial one they used to scare me into signing on. \r
I still have lingering neck pain, after all of that.\r
I do believe that chiropractic could be effective in treating neck and back pain. However, not with this office. They claims that chiropractic could prevent/treat other non-spine related conditions is dubious at best.