Rob, West Los Angeles, CA
Initially, I actually had hurt my sciatic nerve. I strained it, and put it off for a long time before I went to finally see somebody. She saw me to fix the original trauma injury, or whatever you want to call it, and she healed it fairly quickly with a very few treatments, but then ongoing. From that point on, I was going once a month just for maintenance, and then two years ago, I decided to run the L.A. Marathon, and thought that she would be a help. She really helped. I have some foot and ankle problems that she made less bad for the run. So I see her regularly, and then periodically when I hurt myself playing sports, she helps me get back on my feet a lot quicker.
The cynic in me always thinks that doctors and chiropractors really have not a vested interest in you getting better quickly. I’ve never got that sense from Suzan. It was always get me up and running as quickly as possible with as few visits as possible and then maintain things. So I never felt like I was being kind of milked for a buck.
Suzan really sits down to understand what’s going on with you before she lays you on the table, before she tries to even lay hands on you at all, to really understand what is going on with you kind of at the core of the issue, as opposed to trying this, trying that. I always got the sense that she knew exactly what I needed to get me, again, up and running quickly. People that are kind of like me, a little cynical about the system, don’t need to worry that that’s the case.