Just when I was about to give up on chiropractic care and begun to suspect whether chiropractors were quacks, I found Dr. Suh. It’s very seldom that I write a review online, but I felt compelled to write this. Dr. Suh is painstakingly thorough, scientific and attentive in his approach to chiropractic care. Now, I am a dancer who has been to MULTIPLE orthopedists, chiropractors, physical therapists, massage therapists (Active Release, rolfing, myofascial release), acupuncture and through all types of movement approaches (Alexander, Feldenkrais, etc.), even some neurocranial restructuring…some were smart, some were caring, some provided some temporary relief, but I didn’t feel assured of real progress towards a solution. With Dr. Suh, he took X-rays (front and side views, torso length) and examined them way, way, WAY more thoroughly than any other specialist who I’ve visited. He also used some of the Gonstead instrumentation, and some of the areas where there was more compression and inflammation. He was looking to figure out the root of the problem, and not only that, but really seek all the intricacies and complexities related. I have had pelvic obliquity ever since my early youth (leaving my right leg feeling higher and longer than my left), and other scoliotic type issues and TMJ. He did some very precise, helpful Gonstead adjustments on my pelvis and cervical spine, and I felt the difference in alignment…subtle but discernible. As a dancer, I am extremely sensitive to my alignment, and I’m telling you that the improved alignment that I felt after my first session wasn’t just placebo effect. I definitely sensed more balance between my right and left side. By the way, a study I found on PubMed suggests that the Gonstead pelvic adjustment can be particularly powerful for reducing leg length inequalities… the more Gonstead pelvic adjustments that people with LLI got, the more even their leg lengths became, and this was measured by leg length and weight bearing on their feet. Now if you’ve tried other chiropractors and not felt successful, you still should try Dr. Suh. He has been the best specialist I’ve been to, so far as caring for his patients and possessing the capability, knowledge and skills to assess, examine and treat.