Justin Keller, PT

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  • 1545 East Southlake Boulevard Suite 100

    Southlake, TX 76092

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  • 817-442-9300

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I went to Spine Team because my PCP referred me there. I had to see one of their doctors first, who said I had to try therapy before I did anything else. I was hesitant at first, as I had tried therapy at other places, which didn't help, but at least I saw therapists at the other locations that actually acted like they cared. I was told at STT that therapy was different and took a different approach. So I agreed to do PT. They set me up with Justin, telling me he was the best they had, acting like I was getting preferential treatments. My first visit, Justin explained their unique apporach, a mechanical treatment called McKenie therapy. What he said, and from what I read about it, sounded like a legit approach and things looked promising. during the first treatment he spent time looking at my muscles and my posture. He had me move my head in two very similar ways, then sent me home to work on the second movement, even though it made my arm hurt, which I have never felt before. So on my second visit, my arm was hurting alot, and my neck was hurting more. So he made me do the same movement, when it made my arm hurt even worse, he told me I needed to work on my posture, then laid me down and adjusted my neck the same way my chiropracter had, which I told him on the first day that adjustments didn't help. Then I was passed along to an aid, who took me through exercises, then I was sent on my way to do the exercise that was hurting me. So I did some research on the mechanical approach, which basically said that if the symptoms were acting the way they were with me, to try another movement. The thrid visit, I was started with an aid, which gave me enough attention to tell me my next exercise. Justin took me for 3 minutes to pop my neck again, then sent me back to the aid. I had alot of downtime, since the aid was helping with 3 other clients at the same time, while Justin was taking one attracitve lady through a few exercises. The next treatment, I asked the aid if I could talk to Justin first, so I waited 15 minutes after my appointment was supposed to start to see him. He looked at my neck movement, made me do the exercise again, told me to keep doing it. So I told him I wanted to try something else because everything was feeling worse. He gave me some kind of quacky explanation on why I needed to keep hurting myself, while having a politically-correct tone that came off as very fake. He popped my neck again, then sent me to work with an aid. The next visit I saw another therapist, because Justin isn't available every day. I talked with this therapist, while he tried to read throught the chart. he told me he couldn't read Justin's hand writing, so he started over. He looked at my neck, the exercise I didn't like, then tried other things with me. He got my arm to stop hurting, stayed with me the whole treatment, and sent me home with that exercise. I saw Justin again next session, with very little pain in my neck. He put me back on the old exercise, got me hurting alot again, popped my neck again, had me work with an over-worked aid, so I didn't go back to therapy there. I noticed he has enough time for attractive ladies, young athletes, and getting onto 2 of the other therapists working there, including the one that made me feel better. I feel he has very little knowledge of what he preaches, and would rather just pop your neck. From everything I saw there, he cares about flirting, being a chiropracter and strength coach, and so money hungry, he will pruposefully make you worse before you get better so you feel dependent on his services. If you are an attractive lady looking for a chiropracter, or a young athlete looking for a strength workout, see Justin. Otherwise, request another therapist if you get sent to STT.

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I went to Spine Team because my PCP referred me there. I had to see one of their doctors first, who said I had to try therapy before I did anything else. I was hesitant at first, as I had tried therapy at other places, which didn't help, but at least I saw therapists at the other locations that actually acted like they cared. I was told at STT that therapy was different and took a different approach. So I agreed to do PT. They set me up with Justin, telling me he was the best they had, acting like I was getting preferential treatments. My first visit, Justin explained their unique apporach, a mechanical treatment called McKenie therapy. What he said, and from what I read about it, sounded like a legit approach and things looked promising. during the first treatment he spent time looking at my muscles and my posture. He had me move my head in two very similar ways, then sent me home to work on the second movement, even though it made my arm hurt, which I have never felt before. So on my second visit, my arm was hurting alot, and my neck was hurting more. So he made me do the same movement, when it made my arm hurt even worse, he told me I needed to work on my posture, then laid me down and adjusted my neck the same way my chiropracter had, which I told him on the first day that adjustments didn't help. Then I was passed along to an aid, who took me through exercises, then I was sent on my way to do the exercise that was hurting me. So I did some research on the mechanical approach, which basically said that if the symptoms were acting the way they were with me, to try another movement. The thrid visit, I was started with an aid, which gave me enough attention to tell me my next exercise. Justin took me for 3 minutes to pop my neck again, then sent me back to the aid. I had alot of downtime, since the aid was helping with 3 other clients at the same time, while Justin was taking one attracitve lady through a few exercises. The next treatment, I asked the aid if I could talk to Justin first, so I waited 15 minutes after my appointment was supposed to start to see him. He looked at my neck movement, made me do the exercise again, told me to keep doing it. So I told him I wanted to try something else because everything was feeling worse. He gave me some kind of quacky explanation on why I needed to keep hurting myself, while having a politically-correct tone that came off as very fake. He popped my neck again, then sent me to work with an aid. The next visit I saw another therapist, because Justin isn't available every day. I talked with this therapist, while he tried to read throught the chart. he told me he couldn't read Justin's hand writing, so he started over. He looked at my neck, the exercise I didn't like, then tried other things with me. He got my arm to stop hurting, stayed with me the whole treatment, and sent me home with that exercise. I saw Justin again next session, with very little pain in my neck. He put me back on the old exercise, got me hurting alot again, popped my neck again, had me work with an over-worked aid, so I didn't go back to therapy there. I noticed he has enough time for attractive ladies, young athletes, and getting onto 2 of the other therapists working there, including the one that made me feel better. I feel he has very little knowledge of what he preaches, and would rather just pop your neck. From everything I saw there, he cares about flirting, being a chiropracter and strength coach, and so money hungry, he will pruposefully make you worse before you get better so you feel dependent on his services. If you are an attractive lady looking for a chiropracter, or a young athlete looking for a strength workout, see Justin. Otherwise, request another therapist if you get sent to STT.

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