I was very impressed with the care I recieved at Aspire Health and Wellness. The staff is fantastic and helpful and the doctor I worked with (Dr. Bell) was very knowledgeable but not in an arrogant way (like many doctors). Through the different tests and scans (the surface EMG scan is amazing) he was able to find out exactly what was causing my issues and instead of just giving me pain killers like most doctors in the past have, he actually corrected the cause of my pains without drugs or surgery! The clinic is state of the art and the care I recieved was very different from most chiropractic/physical therapy clinics that I have tried. I think what made the most difference was that Dr. Bell combines the use of spinal physical therapy, chiropractic therapies, and even acupuncture. I've never had treatments that actually seemed to address all the causes of my pain instead of just one or two causes until Aspire Health and Wellness, and it was actually very affordable (since I don't have insurance). I am now completely pain free and I have Aspire and Dr. Bell to thank for it. If you are having any pain at all you owe it to your self to give Aspire Health and Wellness a call. My experiance couldn't have been better!
Today I went to Sephora in city creek to use my once a year 20% off coupon for being VIB Rouge member. I used the Sephora APP to list in my shopping list in the "check out basket". All up I had 32 items! I was offered assistance from Jilliyn and Jasmine - see test girls I must add! They walked with me around the whole store ensuring I had checked off my list. We were on a mission. As I grabbed one item, Jillian and Jaime alternated grabbing other items. I had so much fun as we were like clock work. So much appreciate their assistance and especially the fact they were smiling and happily helping me out the whole entire time. Best experience thus far! And to top it off with my 30 items all checked off I made it again as a 2015 Rough member. Bonus!
I am a pharmacist at Gibsons Pharmacy. The previous negative comment was the result of a negligent physician writing inappropriate and dangerous prescriptions involving the reviewer. As a result, we did talk about the physician in order to make a decision on how to proceed. Everything that was discussed was relayed in a face-to-face conversation with the patient, and via telephone conversation to the physician. Choosing to disagree with and curtail negligent practices does not constitute "unprofessional" behavior, but rather shows our commitment to the safety or our patients as well as our obligation to uphold integrity in the practice of pharmacy.