My husband has been having chronic pain in his neck for two months. After hot/cold treatments, rubs, etc., we found Wellness First when performing a Google search for acupuncture. Main page of their website states how they specialize in acupuncture and how it helps so many problems. I called Wellness First to set-up an appointment and actually talked at length with the person on the phone about how acupuncture will help my husband. My husband and I were pretty excited about going to Wellness First and, hopefully, starting to be pain free. When we arrived we noticed how busy it was, thought this was a good sign. Then, as we sat in the waiting room I began to notice how fast people were receiving their ""treatments"". Kind of odd. After waiting 45 minutes past our appt. time, my husband saw the doctor, I went with him. He performed range of motion tests and back into the waiting room, 3 minutes with the doctor. Waited 20 minutes then my husband was sent upstairs for a massage! A massage?? 5 minute massage, back in the waiting room for 20 minutes then saw the doctor again for 2 minutes, who wanted him to come in 3x a week for a massage. What happened to acupuncture? My husband told him ""no way"". The next morning my husbands pain was actually worse. Very, very disappointed. My husband felt as if this was some sort of scam. As we sat in the waiting room 4x, I felt more and more like this was a drive through at McDonald's. We went there with high hopes and left there feeling even worse.