First of all, it took me 15 minutes to fill out the paperwork to have my daughter see this orthopedic. We waited one hour in the waiting room and 20 more minutes in the examination room before the doctor showed up. He spent only 5 minutes with my daughter to tell me that her scoliosis wasn't ""that bad"" and that there was nothing he can do. But he wanted to see her again after a year because: ..."" her back is going to have problems"". Now it seems to me, that a doctor should be interested in treating patients before bad things happen as a preventative measure. Before leaving the room he advised not to see a chiropracter. He thinks they're all quacks and it is a waste of money. So I suppose it was not a waste of my money for him to do nothing and have my daughter continue to deal with her back pain. This doctor seems to have no more medical knowledge since what he learned in the 1960s. Other reasons for this behavior could be: 1. Having a bad day. 2. He really doesn't know better. 3. Has no idea what chiropracters do. 4. Not too interested in HMO customers. Perhaps the other doctor in the office would do better.
Cons: Not able to help