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We value our patients' experience at ProHealth Hoover Chiropractic & Rehab. If you are currently a chiropractic patient, please feel free to complete the following Client Experience Questionnaire. The Questionnaire is in Adobe Acrobat format, and requires the free Acrobat Reader to view.

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Dr. Rod Sones
Your Hoover Chiropractor

  • "I have never come across another chiropractor that could deliver the quality of care that I received from Dr. Sones. A few months after joining CrossFit I developed unbearable pain with my grip, so one of the coaches referred me to Dr. Sones. I had done so much damage that he had to pull out all of stops, from A.R.T. to Graston, e-stim, and much more. Throughout the whole process he remained incredibly patient and would constantly seek feedback from me to understand what techniques were yielding the best results. One of the things I valued the most was that he always made sure that I felt like we made progress during each visit. No other chiropractor I know truly cares about patient satisfaction the way Dr. Sones does. I would absolutely recommend him to everyone from professional athletes to your grandmother. His knowledge is outstanding and the quality of care he delivers is unmatched."
    Lexi T.
  • "I was referred to Dr. Sones by another WONDERFUL chiropractor in a different city after I moved. He really gives you the full attention you need and where you need it specifically. Practices ART (active release technology) which really has really helped me after a car wreck I had a few years ago which had left my neck and back prone to injury. I highly recommend Dr. Sones. Great facility, staff, equipment, and bedside manner."
    Alan M.
  • "Dr. Sones takes the time necessary to listen to what his patients issues are and then designs a custom treatment plan specifically designed for that patient. He is on the cutting edge of chiropractic techniques and certainly is the best of the best!"
    Frank B.
  • "Just want to thank the whole team for being so sweet and understanding to my needs.. I feel great and I have come to look forward to visiting your office each week."
    Misty L.
  • "A few years ago I fractured my lower back while doing gymnastics and I have been experiencing pain ever since. I went to a bunch of doctors and physical therapists, but nothing relieved my pain until I came to Dr. Sones. Even after a few appointments I could feel a difference and the frequency of my pain was significantly lower. Dr. Sones is always friendly and communicative with me, my family, and my doctors. He did everything he could to ensure that my back pain was improving and that I would leave every appointment feeling better. It is very easy to tell that Dr. Sones and the employees of ProHealth really care about their patients. Even though after my injury doctors told me that I could not do any sports or strenuous physical activity again, I am now able to thanks to Dr. Sones."
    Carly T.

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