The question we need to answer is whether marketing of maternity services should more closely resemble that of pharmaceuticals or if there is another way to make sure health care consumers are adequately informed.
I attended church here for most of my youth. The people were very down to earth. The youth programs were great and helped me develop Christian values. The services center on Christ and his teachings and everyone is welcome.
Pros: the building was easy to find. There were friendly people who helped us find the classes for Sunday School. There's a lounge with comfy chairs for nursing mothers. Great nursery for babies who are at least 18 months old and primary for children who are at least 4 years old. Kind, intelligent, and funny bishopric. Services center on Christ and his teachings.
Cons: building has a unusual layout so it can be hard to navigate at first.
Anyone I see with a great haircut always tells me they go to Studio Be. I finally went myself and was so happy I did. Meg is great! I was worried about the product sales pitch, but it wasn't bad. Definitely recommend.
I've been several times. My go-to meal is the Jackfruit Enchilada, but my husband has enjoyed trying many meals. Our only criticism is that their sides could be more robust; sometimes the meals feel a little sparse. But the dishes are good enough to keep going back!
Nice office, short wait time, and staff/Dr. Treick are nice/efficient. My criticism would be that I think I get a glasses evaluation even though I don't wear glasses. It's safe to assume they can charge my insurance more for that, so that's not good.
I stopped in when their sign said, "All Pottery 50% Off." I selected two pieces of pottery, then was told that one of them wasn't on sale. Great example of false advertising. I sent an email about it, and never even got a response.