I've known Dr. Brokstein as a colleague for several years now. I recently had a patient with a particular bad case of migraine headaches. When she didn't respond in the usual way with my own treatments in my chiropractic practice, I called Dr. Brokstein, and he helped me with some fresh ideas nutritionally that really made a difference for her.
I consult with Dr. Noah on a regular basis, and I consider him to be one of my top advisors. he's got an eye for quality and detail, and you can see this in his website and through his Twitter posts (great health-related material there.)
Doc is always keeping updated with clinical information, and this translates to excellent clinical skills for those living in Boise. I highly recommend him, and coming from one of his colleagues, this is a rare compliment.
Not a patient, but a colleague, I consult with Dr. Rizzo with clinical items on a regular basis. I've got a handful of advisors around the country who I help and from whom I receive help. Dr. Rizzo is one of the most knowledgeable and caring docs I know. I rely on him with some of my clinical challenges, and he never lets me down. This is why I can highly recommend him for any person living in the area.
One of my best sources of healthcare advise, I regularly consult with Dr. Artichoker on the latest healthcare news, treatment options for my own patients, and the like. I would feel very fortunate to be a patient of Dr. Artichoker's clinic. If you'd like to know more about him and his clinic, check him out on Twitter, I get a lot of information from him that way.
Dr. Swanson unfortunately lives too far away from me, but if I were still working in The City, I would continue to be a patient of his. I've seen him get involved in a lot of service for the chiropractic profession, his community and his patients. We have worked on projects together in the past, and I still consider him to be one of my most trusted advisors. I would encourage anyone living in San Francisco to see him for musculoskeletal care.