SCAM ARTIST!!! I purchased a voucher for xrays and first adjustment. When I arrived for my appointment, I was told the chiropractor could not even speak with me until they ran my insurance. When I stated I was paying cash for this initial visit, I was told "we have to run your insurance to see how many visits your insurance will cover before we can see you". - I suggested that my treatment should be determined by my diagnosis as opposed to the number of visits my insurance will pay for (at this point no one had even asked me what was wrong or why I was there) and was told " this is just how we do it if you want to be seen". - This office has no interest in treating the needs of the patient, but instead is interested only in how much money they can bilk from your insurance carrier. Beware.
970 Joe Frank Harris Pkwy SECartersville, GA 30120
Avoid Groupon. Paid $2,000 for extra sessions and did not work at all. Paid for bundle of chiropractor visits to get discount, and only used about half before I was injured in an adjustment.
I would end for a hurt shoulder. My shoulder was adjusted with a loud crack and I came out worse than I went in. I could not raise my arm for 2 days. I went back in for the free massage which lasted 10 minutes. This is definitely an advertising gimmick to get you to come in.
Beware. While at my gym, I was given a gift certificate for a free massage at New Life Wellness Center. First they give you an exam. Then you have to come back for your report. They showed me my x-rays and told me I had neck issues and recommended I come to their office 3 times per week for a month, and then fewer treatments would be needed in the future. I had to come back for a third visit to finally get my free "massage" which lasted 15 minutes tops. He then proceeded to crack me, even though I had told his partner that I just wanted the massage and that they could just tell me about what to expect from a chiropractic experience. Heeding my husband's and friend's advice, I made an appointment at GA Bone & Joint to get a second opinion. They took new x-rays and explained to me that there was nothing wrong with my neck. New Life may very well be good at what they do, but in my case, I believe they were just trying to get my money.