I have gone to a few eye doctors and Dr. Chin is one of the best. She is extremely thorough. When she and her assistants complete the exam, you feel like you had your eyes checked out. Other eye doctors I have seen give you a quick check and then prescribe a prescription. Dr. Chin tests and screens for all possible eye problems (some tests need not be done every year unless you start to experience problems). The office staff is very courteous and friendly.
I have gone to many chiropractors over the years. When you find a good one, you stay with him/her. In my opinion, Dr. Schmid is one of the best in Raleigh. He also has a great office staff. When you call, they usually can get you in the same day. They remember who you are and call you by name when you walk through the doorway. While he may recommend followup treatent, unlike many other DCs, he does not push for return treatments - "see him as needed".
Easy to get appointment. First visit, did a diagnostic scan which pin-pointed problem areas (which was where I felt pain and/or discomfort). He then put me on the "stretching machine". After, he did some minor manipulation. I left with my back (and neck) feeling great. His receptionist is very friendly as is Dr. Rosoff. He is one of the two chiropractors I will see.
Best in Raleigh - fixes other doctor's mistakes. I had bi-lateral knee replacement. I was going to have them done at UNC (Duke did not take my insurance). Then with scheduling problems at UNC and reluctance of UNC MD to perform bi-lateral replacement (both knees at once), I found out about Dr. Vaughn and went to him. Dr. Vaughn's staff is also extremely efficient, professional, courteous and friendly.
Dr. Huang recently (within last two years) replaced Dr. William Lee (rated by many to be the best Family Doctor in Raleigh). I have had one physical by Dr. Lee (would have had 2, but one was done by the PA - Dr. Lee was called away on an emergency). I will be scheduling my next physical this Spring with Dr. Huang.
I lived in Endicott for a number of years (home/birthplace of the spiedie - NOT nearby Binghamton). I remember many of Sundays stopping at Jim Roma's on Nanticoke for fresh, warm Italian bread and then home to make our own version of a sub sandwich. Great bread and good sheet pizza. His relation, Felix Roma, had the other Roma Bakery on Page and sold his bread to the local grocery stores. Of course, in the fall, after stopping at Jimmy Roma's, a stop just up the street to the Cider Mill (owned by the Ciotoli's) for fresh cider.