Ratings for Dr. David Voyer
So disappointment to find out that he moved to Arizona from Winnipeg. I just moved back to Winnipeg and was excited to have an adjustment from him. It was my surprise that he no longer was here. Honestly he was the best chiropractor I ever had, never can find another half as good. My ex wife was told she needed back surgery, he sorted her out and her doctor couldn't figure out why her back was better. I had problems, was in the military and kickboxing, both hard on the spine, he sorted me out too. I recommend him to anyone!
I just moved to Peoria from Gilbert and started seeing Dr Voyer at Chiro Care Wellness and have been very impressed. The office is nice and organized and were able to take me right away. My previous chiropractic experience was always ok but seemed more focused on what my insurance was going to pay for as opposed to what I needed. Dr Voyer has been very through but to the point. He xray me and found the problem right away and his treatments are very specific to my problem and in the relatively short time I've been seeing him I am noticing a difference then previous chiropractors I saw. I feel that there is a plan and a goal with what he is doing and I'm very happy with the results so far. He also is a good listener which I think is important in any good doctor. I'm glad I found him and have already referred a coworker of mine and she is really happy with his treatments too. I can see why he is highly rated.
This is a very friendly and gentle doctor. I have only seen him a few times now as he just started, my regular doctor has decided to retire. In the few meetings with Dr. Dave, I've gotten a great feeling from him. He seems very genuine and caring, not to mention handsome too. I'm very grateful he is going to be taking care of us and I feel very comfortable with him. I'd recommend people to see him.
Dr.Dave & staff are friendly & punctual. However, my huge turn-off there was their "High Pressure" sales tactics to enroll you in a year long & expensive program. After a half a dozen visits or so, I was told to come in to a free clinic one night for an 'educational speech' from a one of the Drs. about back care, X rays,etc... & to bring along a friend or spouse. After the 'educational speech', my spouse & I were led into a treatment room & presented with a "Maintenance Program" HIGHLY RECOMMENDED by the doctor & would be well over $1,000.00 for the treatments. The Dr. told us to "think it over" before his assistant came in to take our VISA card. Well, his assistant was in the room pretty much as he as still walking out. Nice! I felt caught in a 'dumb if you don't do this' scenario,(Pressure !!!) so I signed up. About 1/3 of the way into the treatments, I was feeling no relief & opted out of the program. So no relief, & $900.00 poorer. This didn't leave me with a 'warm fuzzy feeling'.
Relating to comment 3/15/12. I have been seeing Dr. Dave for 5 years. In 2010 my lower back near my hip was bothering me. I asked if he could take an x-ray. He told me that it was my scoliosis and to continue my treatments. When I was feeling better he would take an x-ray. My back started feeling worse like it was bruised inside. I went to Victoria Emergency. Doctor told me by back problem was muscular. I went back to see Dr. Dave that was my last visit. Next day I could hardly walk. Second trip to Victoria Emergency another doctor took x-ray and told me to stop my chiropractic treatments. My lower back needed to heal. My Family doctor sent me to St. Boniface Hospital for a scan. The results were 2 bulging discs on my left & right side. The left side was really bad and I was very lucky there was no bone fractures from my chiropractic treatments. I really admired Dr. Dave & thought he was the greatest. After this I lost all faith in his ability.
Dr Dave is definitely one of the best doctors I've ever had. We used to jokingly call him 'Dr Jesus' but we were only have joking because he helped my family so much. We moved to Calgary about 9 months ago and still haven't been able to find a chiropractor anywhere close to as good as Dr Dave was. Dr Dave had a great bedside manner and would always take extra time with us when we needed. He's been missed!
Loved going to Dr. Dave for many years, until I had a bad fall and was experiencing new problems. I did not get re-examined, and kept on receiving the same adjustments, which were doing nothing for my "new" pain. Dr. Dave started trying to offer nutritional advice, even going so far as to suggest my pain was due to consuming too much sugar (um, hello? I fell, HARD, right on my tailbone. Sugar has nothing to do with it.) This experience made me lose my confidence and trust in him, and I started going to another chiropractor. Friends who still see Dr. Dave have expressed frustration that, since the office expanded, it is extremely busy and rushed, and hard to get an appointment.
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