Dennis J. on Citysearch
7 years ago
04/03/2014, 12:09 PM
My Experience In Finding Dr. Pulse And Subsequent Results
Please allow me to first say that this account has been totally unsolicited by Dr. Pulse or her staff. It is written and expressed to relate one person’s account for other’s consideration; intended for Dr. Pulse to use in any manner she might wish.
Being a seriously injured 71 year old, it was my good fortune to discover the value of chiropractic decades ago after all other surgeries and treatments had left me crippled, and in constant pain. Since, I have learned of and experienced many different types of chiropractic treatment, finding both NUCCA and gentle chiropractic the best for me.
After triple bypass open heart surgery, the position I was strapped into for the 6 hour operation resulted in painful complications to my previously injured spine. Since, X-rays indicated that my 5th lumbar vertebra had been previously compressed fractured, and the discs above and below it reveal extensive degenerative disease.
Temporarily residing in the Houston Texas area to recover from that surgery, I found I could no longer even walk. After exhausting all other medical attempts short of more surgery (but eventually including spinal steroid injections after beginning chiropractic care) I sought out chiropractic care. Calling a local chiropractic Dr’s office, I inquired if they practiced the small impact tool technique, and was assured they did.
Upon going to their clinic, it became obvious that assurance was just a technique to get me into their office. Long story short, I had a couple of very painful experiences in that clinic, and no such chiropractic treatment as I had requested. Just those few short visits were very expensive, and the workup I was given was projected to cost over $5,000.00 dollars paid in advance. I expressed dissatisfaction with the treatment and the false enticement given to get me into that office, and demanded to receive the type of treatment I needed, which was confessed to not be available at that clinic.
Seeking to discover who might use it locally, I was advised of a Dr. Pulse in a near by town, and made an appointment immediately with that clinic staff. I have found Dr. Pulse to be very knowledgeable in her profession, and well versed in the use of her technique using the small impact tool. I had nearly immediate relief. Wanting to help promote her and her treatment, I requested to give her an unsolicited testimonial letter for her to use however she might wish. She readily agreed.
This, then, is to suggest that if you have any reason, or even desire, to use chiropractic that is gentle and yet very effective, please consider contacting Dr. Pulse and her staff. In only less than 10 treatments and at far less cost than the previously quoted “pay in advance” figure, I am responding well. Now I expect to soon need only occasional chiropractic assistance. Her staff has billed my various medical service payment plans, and have not expected me to pay one penny in advance nor at time of treatment.
While everyone might not have the same type of medical insurance coverage as myself, (pending deducible amounts as required by the plan) it has been my personal past and present experience that medicare does cover this type of chiropractic assistance. If you are in pain and agony, please make contact with this lovely Chiropractic Dr. and her staff. I am sure you will not regret it.
Dennis A. Jacobsen (4/3/2014)