I felt like I was buying a used car after my 3rd visit to Precision Chiropractic. For my first two visits, the doctor was on vacation so I met with a "substitute" chiropractor. She was great, she took my x-rays and adjusted me each time. After the doctor returned from vacation, I came for my doctor’s analysis appointment to meet the doctor, review my x-rays and to determine what help he could provide me. When I got there, I briefly met the doctor and I was then told I would meet with his assistant to discuss some items, and then the doctor would come to see me. Well, his assistant was nothing but the "dealership sales manager" sent in to get my money. We briefly went over my x-rays, then she asked "between 1 and 10, how committed are you to your health?" What she was really saying was, "how committed are you to coming here for 88 times over the next year and paying us $6000." After I told her I couldn't commit on the spot, even after she offered me a 20% discount if I signed up on the spot, I was quickly whisked to the appointment desk to set up another appointment for after I had time to think about "the plan." I never did see that doctor or get an adjustment. I guess without committing to the plan, they don't want you as a client. I ended up canceling that appointment, talking to 3 other chiropractors and found out that the other 3 had different philosophies in doing business than Precision Chiropractic. Precision Chiropractic looks to be a thriving business, but their business practices just don’t fit me.