Most of my feelings about the office are good, but there is one issue I’ve noticed. I don't care for when you go to lie down on the table you are facing 'the world' of people waiting. Some tops are loose fitting so when you bend over all can see down your shirt. There should be some kind of panel there to somewhat block that. I've heard of other chiros that have a paneling instead where you see the person feet/legs but the 'critical areas' are not seen by the WORLD. This leads to feeling uncomfortable and therefore not able to be adjusted well if I'm tensing up. Privacy does count for a lot in these situations and one should feel comfortable with their doctor. As well, you shouldn’t have to schedule a whole ‘separate’ appointment (with added cost probably) like the new patient paper discusses. Otherwise; the numbers with swipe card process works well and is efficient. Thanks for taking this into consideration.