I've received Chiropractic care, off and on, for maybe twenty years, through perhaps a total of four doctors. Fairly recently, my Health Insurance Plan began covering chiropractic care (amazing!). When I injured my back a year ago, I figured I'd investigate what options I had through my health plan--options which included a LARGE list of doctors to choose from. Long story short, I chose the closest office, and.... LUCKED OUT *BIG TIME*!
Universal City Chiropractic is a (rare) family-run business, where the primary doctors are William Scruggs Sr., and his two sons, Billy and Chris. Their hip, yet family-friendly office features a support staff that is so friendly and spot-on, appointment time-wise, it's an actual joy to visit a doctors office. (Many on staff are also trained massage therapists and specialists in related ""spinal care"" treatments.) Billy has been my doctor from day one. He's cool as can be--hilarious, highly informative (helpful if you're ""new"" to Chiropractic), super efficient, and seemingly adaptive to all personality types (the age range of patients runs the gamut). I would consider myself a ""veteran"" of Chiropractic care, in some ways. Billy's treatments have *easily* been top-drawer, in my experience, as a patient requiring back treatments, and his repertoire of ways to get specific areas ""cracked"" into place astonishes me. (Every other chiropractor I've ever been to has always done the same effective stuff, but Billy does this, and then some--I jokingly refer to it as ""custom cracking."") I've also never had a doctor give me such an assortment of helpful back exercises and stretches--things which I can do on my own, to help speed up my recovery process. And any questions I've ever had (about what led to my injury, the precise reasons I'm feeling the discomfort/pain that I am, etc.), is always explained in clear language, reinforced by X-Rays and anything else that helps me get a clearer picture--for either simple understanding, or future prevention.
Oh yeah, and they have PARKING. I think there are about 6-7 spaces directly in front their offices (literally 2-3 steps from the entryway), and there's tons of metered street parking, as well as nearby residential areas to park.
Really, I can't say enough good things about these guys. I'd give them a zillion starts if I could.