Having no familiarity with chiropractic services, I did not know what to expect but was hopeful to learn more about how FC could help me with my back/neck pain. They have a very structured system of intake: lots of forms and an elevator pitch about how great their company is, but they learned very little about me or why I was there. It felt like a hard sales pitch, and heard multiple digs about "other chiropractors" and physicians. Several conversations veered into a political rant.
After taking X-Rays (that I was NOT informed how much would cost me $$) I was told they would discuss my health plan and assessment at my next appointment. So I was locked into a second visit.
At my next appt they put me in a room to watch a (very dated) video that used scare tactics to persuade new clients to accept chiropractic help ("if you ignore your pain, you could die"). Later they laid out a plan to correct some things found in my x-rays which was helpful - but I still didn't believe they truly understood why I was there in the first place - so it felt rushed and not genuine.
My plan was laid out to me with a recommendation of 20 visits in 90 days (3 times a week) and at least 2 evenings of educational sessions. While they hammered the concept that consistency is key, this is not feasible with my schedule...or my budget - like not even close. Lastly, there was an error in pricing on my final cost sheet that needed to be corrected, so I was not aware of my plan's cost until AFTER I was adjusted that same day. (Side note: My back hurt more after the adjustment than it did when I arrived. The cracking was relieving but a muscle was pulled in my back from adjusting me with cold muscles.
All-in-all: Nice people, clean facility, but definitely missed the mark for what I needed.