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Really informative chiropractor, recognized some issues I had before I even mentioned them. Great massage too. Overall excellent value!
The massage was quite good, though not great. Certainly not enough to make up for the sleazy feeling I got from "Dr. Wil," the chiropractor who runs the office. I ended up getting roped into the guy's sales pitch. Now, I believe that chiropractic can do a lot of good when done right, but the moment I stepped into his office, Dr. Wil started trying to sell me the moon. I half expected him to tell me that he could cure cancer just by poking somebody's spine for an hour. While I'm the first to admit that I have back issues, he tried to push me into this long massage therapy program in a way that made me feel quite uncomfortable and not at all confident that it was the right way to go. The nail in the coffin? His attempts to spin any form of medicine that wasn't chiropractic as a load of bull.
it was okay , the massage therapist didn’t do its best.
One of the best massages of my life. Also, Dr. Wil made me a convert. He is a very, very good chiropractor.
Wonderful professional, very knowledgeable and educational. Explain cause and effects in the body, when things shifted inside of your body. Very satisfied with the consultation and treatment. I recommend (frozen shoulder and neck pain).
Massage was good and chiropractor was friendly and professional.
HORRIBLE experience. Massage was weak and had no pressure and masseuse body-shamed me and was so rude. He talked the ENTIRE massage and would not STFU. Almost mind rude comments about me being to thin. They go by Mind Healience Acupuncture on Yelp so that people can’t leave negative comments. Please save your money and avoid this place at all costs.
From Our Editors
Doctor of Chiropractic Wil Schweigert knows how to stay busy. NYC Midtown Chiropractic's doctor has spent time consulting for various corporations and government agencies, offering wellness advice to such entities as the United States Geological Survey, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, and Aetna. He also has hundreds of hours of continuing education under his belt, going well beyond the state requirements in order to expand his knowledge about x-rays, orthopedics, and neurology nutrition. And he's a certified fitness trainer.
But he spends most of his time at NYC Midtown Chiropractic, sending his clients on the road to overall wellness as he tweaks misaligned vertebrae with spinal adjustments, treats muscle injuries, and crafts nutrition and exercise regimens.
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