Like others who have written about Precision Chiropractic, I got sucked into "the plan" and was told by the office manager that my health insurance did not cover it, so I would need to pay around $3000 up front to cover the costs of it. I did so, thinking everything was taken care of, only to find out that they were billing my health insurance as well and my insurance was covering it! In essence, they were getting paid *double* and had lied to me about my insurance covering it.
The other issue I had with this approach to chiropractic care was that, every now and then in my few months with Precision, I had to take a written "test" to see how well I had bought into the benefits of chiropractic care. It was a little weird to me that they would give their patients a written test.
Overall, I think Dr. Mike believes that what he is doing is beneficial to his patients. He's very zealous about his practice, but like others who have reviewed this busness, I feel he is taking advantage of his clients and that he approaches chiropractic care as if he's selling used cars. I would definitely not recommend Precision Chiropractic.