My problems with this dr. are not related to the actual care that I received but rather his high pressure to commit to more visits.Went in for treatment on an old untreated injury. When I got to the office I was given several laminated pages to read that went over what exactly a chiropractor was and what was to be expected from his services. I thought this was a good thing, I then was given more to read, ok..fine, I was then taken into a room and watched about a 5 minute video. Ok, at this point I'm ready for the dr and he comes into the room shortly thereafter. He asked me several questions and paid minimal attention to my answers. It was a very technical conversation, with about zero interaction. He then gave met x-rays. After the x-rays I thought that we would go over them and I would be treated. Nope! I had to schedule a SECOND office visit for that. Sooo, 48 hours later I was back and had to watch another video and read more pamphlets. Shortly thereafter the good doc was back again. Pop quiz time, I was actually quizzed on the video and laminate, again.I'm all for knowing what is being done in treatment but honestly I hated the quizzing. So the dr is back, he's finished with my quiz so it's time for treatment right? Negative, there is yet another laminate. At this time he tells me that he needs to see me 40 times over the current year. Oh but...if I pay now in advance for all 40 treatments I can save X percent. That's nice, a discount if I pay in advance for all 40 right now. This guy hasn't even touched me yet and he's asking me to commit to 40 treatments? You have got to be kidding me!! Naturally I informed him that this simply wasn't going to work for me. Remember that last laminate? IT'S THE FINANCING INFORMATION if I wanted to finance these 40 treatments! UGGH! I wouldn't commit to 40 so he said we should start off with 10 treatments. (i didn't) Now I will say that what he did worked but I simply cannot get around the slimy feel of the entire experience.