Testimonials & Reviews

Cottrell Chiropractic

Terry Cottrell, DC

Chiropractor located in Issaquah, WA

4 total reviews

Dr. Terry Cottrell always appreciates feedback from his valued patients. To date, we’re thrilled to have collected 4 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5 stars. Please read what others are saying about Dr. Terry Cottrell below, and as always, we would love to collect your feedback.

Deana C.
Submitted 04/03/18
Dr. Terry is wonderful. I've been seeing him a little over a year and I have noticed vast improvements in my back and neck pain. Dr. Terry cares deeply about his patients. Plus is hours and schedule are super flexible. I highly recommend Cottrell Chiropractic!
Eric M.
Submitted 04/02/18
I've been going to Dr. Cottrell for years. He has always been professional and responsive to questions and needs. Very happy with the care he provides.
Taylor K.
Submitted 03/29/18
I heard about Dr. Terry from my coworker Ashley when I started to experience headaches and shoulder/back pain. From the first appointment I had Terry has been so informative and a genuine provider! He explains the reasons for his methods very thoroughly and is so knowledgeable, highly r
Rochelle C.
Submitted 01/08/18
Maintenance Visits to your Chiropractor is very important however, when symptoms present themselves....go see the Chiropractor! I have been a patient of Dr. Terry Cottrell for 10 years. I have consistently worked out and/or attended exercise classes for 38+ years. Last week, my workout schedule consisted of Indoor Cycle Classes, Weight Training, Core work, a Yoga/Tai Chi/ Pilates Class & Zumba. At the end of the week, I played a few games of Pickle ball. Also, at the end of the week, I lost the range of motion in my lower back. I experienced soreness and some pain. Also, I had a "hitch" in my step! Reluctantly, on Monday, because, I think that I can work out these symptoms, because of course, I'm in good shape, I went in to see Dr. Terry. -:) After, a quick examination, Dr. Terry told be that my feet were 5/8" off (1 leg longer than the other) He then had me lay prone on the table. He used his hand and the Activator to adjust my Atlas (area just below the skull, behind the ears) He also used the Activator to adjust my right SI joint. As I gingerly got off the table, expecting the same pain, I immediately noticed that there was not a "hitch" in my step. I still had slight soreness in my lower back. On Tuesday, when Dr. Cottrell asked me how I was doing...I had forgotten that I had any pain! Amazing! Thank You Dr. Terry Cottrell! Sincerely, Rochelle Cottrell, NASM CPT, ACE Nutrition Specialist