Sara P.

I absolutely adore Dr Hillman. She was my primary care physician while I was in Korea. I have a few medical issues that are tough to treat and I had a bad procedure while I was there. The first time I saw Dr Hillman, she was covering for a different doctor. As soon as she walked in, I was instantly relieved. You know the feeling that you get when you are tired of your body fighting you, and then you FINALLY meet the doc that is going to get to the bottom of it? That was Dr Hillman. She was constantly researching my disorders, she listened to me and heard me, as well as saw me. She was always focused on me, and under her care I was comfortable. She wrote letters for me to persuade my husband's chain of command (Army) to send me back to the States for specialized care. I wanted her to open a practice in Kentucky, but I guess she likes to be warm. 

I promise you, this doctor will work with you until she figures out what is going on. She does not give up. I wish there were more doctors like her. 

Caitlyn I.

I was in a terrible car accident a few years ago. This accident has caused me to have pain and lack of mobility in my neck. Dr. Hillman has performed OMT on my neck area and it had tremendously helped with both. I do not believe in taking pain medication daily and was seeking alternative options. I am a naturally skeptical person but decided to give OMT a try and it has changed my life. It has given me mobility and allowed me to get through daily life with minimal pain!

Tiffany W.

I saw Dr. Hillman after experiencing depression and anxiety symptoms, more specifically daily anxiety attacks. A huge part of my anxiety was actually seeing a doctor about my problems. I was almost immediately put at ease the first time I met her. She is very calming and reassuring all while professional and knowledgeable. She took the time to explain my options. It was easy to have a conversation and express my own concerns during our visits. She never once made me feel rushed or uneasy. Dr. Hillman is the reason my anxiety and depression are still under control today.