After 3 yrs looking for help and feeling no one cared to address my pain. I walked into Dynamic Health Care not only did they listen, but understood what I was talking about. After x-rays and as a team of Doctors, Nurses , Chiropractors and therapist a plan was made for my treatment. The first day I walked out of treatment with out a limp. Got up in the middle of the night and also that next morning walked ino the shower and thought I just did that without cronic pain! Wow I am so blessed I found this place a answer to a prayer DYNAMIC HEALTH CARE. thank you! I know I have weeks of treatment to go but finally I am on track.
If there was aDynamic Healthcare closer to me I would go more often, I have been feeling better sense come there but sometime the drive is a little to much ,but I will try to make all my 24 visits hope to be there monday
Adequate facilities, with a drawn out signup process. Very pricy cheaper to look into surgical options if you consider their entire treatment plan. They also sit you in a room on your first visit to watch a video on equipment that barely works (10-15 minutes).
Chiropractors seem top notch and everyone is super friendly.
I am new and I am noticing some pain improvement and I await each appointment with the hope of soon becoming pain free. Perhaps too great a desire, but I would love to just be able to manage and function through my pains.......all of them.
I am still trying to decide if i trust them. Everyone is VERY nice and professional, but i came in with a few issues, none very serious, nor was i in horrible pain, and after they took xrays they found the beginning effects of arthritis in several of my joints. They decided the plan i needed included MANY series of: chiropractic adjustments, PT sessions, neck decompressions, lazer treatments, acoustic wave treatments, all types of injections for my joints (many of which i have very little pain in), also they recommended injections for the many trigger points they say i have (but again, i've never had any problems or pain with trigger points before, nor do i now, but they say i need injections in them and deep tissue massage). They also said i need to buy a tinge unit, tinge garment and a back brace. I'm probably leaving some things out that they recommended that i cant remember, but all in all was going to cost me almost $7000! If i had excrutiating, debilitating pain for years throughout my entire body, i might believe i need all this, but i dont. I decided on a much more realistic treatment plan and am trying it, but will be VERY disappointed if i spend between $1000-$2000 and it doesnt work. I CAN say i definitely dont trust the nurse practioner. Upon my consultation, she showed me every type of injection she can give and seemed too excited to give me all kinds of them. Then...this is what really got me...i NEVER agreed to have any prescription written for me and i received a call from a pharmacy in Louisiana about a pain cream that was ordered for me. I never gave anyone any inclination that i wanted a prescription nor my permission to submit it for me. Now, would you have some trust issues? I want to believe everyone there really is there to try to help their patients, but i feel what they recommended was WAY TOO EXCESSIVE to where it looks like they are trying to just make money off of me. I hope that is not the case, as everyone there HAS been really nice, but being nice is just one thing I expect. I expect an honest treatment plan too. We'll see....