Great place to go! by
Katie T. -
I was referred to AZ Sports by a friend for a low back issue, and I am so glad that she did! I have been to many different chiropractors that just adjust and you are out the door in 2 minutes! I was in the Chiropractor's office for over 45 minutes. I was explained thoroughly what was going on with my low back and why it was happening. I never understood why my back kept hurting! Now, I know exactly what stretches and exercises to do to prevent the pain! I also saw the Physical Therapist, Christine and she really helped with me too! This place is an all in one stop if you have any sort of pain. I will continue to go just for prevention, I don't want the pain that I was having for years to ever return! And, the staff at Arizona Sports have taken care of my pain!
Great place. by
Went here for a knee injury while playing football, Dr Wendy took her time with me to address my needs, we did a couple of sessions & i'm real happy with the results...my only complaint is that we ended the session 5 minutes early, lol...yes i wanted those extra 5 minutes cuz it felt so good!
DONT GO! by
Az Sun Babe -
I went to Arizona Sports & Rehabilitation about 3 months ago for a massage on Groupon. When I arrived it took me standing at the front desk waiting & waiting & waiting. There were 3-4 girls behind the desk laughing & messing around. The receptionist finally asked if she could help me. I said I had an appt & when she saw my name she said 'Oh your a groupon. Fill this out & bring it back when your done' with a little disgust. Come to find out later that she was the doctor herself. When I took back the 6 pages of paperwoork she asked for my insurance information & said I may be able to come back for 'free' massages. I told her I would like to try my massage 1st. When I was finished I went to the front to leave a tip for my therapist & again it took awhile to get help. A different girl who heared me being asked before wanted my insurance info again. I thought it was strange since I was getting a massage not physical therapy. But I gave them the insurance info & she said she would call me the next day with my benefits. Roughly a week went by & I had forgotten about it then she called & told me since Dr weisflog is a physical therapist I could get massages for free & they would wave my copay. I told them that I have a huge deductible & she had me hold then Dr weisflog got on the phone. She said not to worry about the deductible because she would 'bill through it'. I didnt understand but my insurance covered getting massages. I went back about a month later & got another massage & the therapist was amazing. About a month later I recieved a huge amount of paperwork from my insurance company. I had about 15 dates of service Dr Weisflog had billed to my insurance starting with dates 3 month prior to my 1st visit!! Her name was on all the statements. I never even saw Dr Weisflog!! So I called my insurance company to ask what all these codes for treatments were on my statement & she said she listed as a physical therapist & they are physical therapy codes ... 97110 -Therapeutic exercises -The health care provider and/or patient perform therapeutic exercises to one or more body areas to develop strength, endurance, and flexibility.97112 - Neuromascular reeducation of movement, balance, coordination, kinesthetic sense, posture, and/or proprioception for sitting and or standing activitiesExercises? Coordination? Posture? Standing activities? I GOT A MASSAGE!!! I was also told massage therapy isnt covered by my insurance!!So I proceded to look her up on google & it took me to The Board of Chiropractics. I found out not only is she a Chiropractor with NO PHYSICAL THERAPY LICENSE but she has had a case with them already for fraud!! Dont go!
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