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Dr. Kilcup graduated from the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic in 1990. He works in Phoenix, AZ and specializes in Chiropractor.


Dr. Kilcup's Rating
Patient Perspective
3.0 Explains conditions and treatments
2.5 Takes time to answer my questions
2.0 Provides follow-up as needed
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7016 N 27th Ave, Phoenix, AZ, 85051
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7016 N 27th Ave
Phoenix, AZ, 85051
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"His "Get Acquainted Fee," you'll discover is $150 and NOT the $80 shown under FAQs. You find that out after U spend much time filling out the 86 fields on the questionnaire and are ready to hit submit.??There are lots of hidden fees & other surprises that you don’t find out about til you pay after mtg. dr. k. (restocking fee, blood draw fees, vague instructions) FAQs list the lab work to be betwn $100 and $2,000.??I was charged nearly $4000.Dr. K emailed me later and then tells me about the 6% restocking fee. I changed my mind & my acct. was credited all but $234.96. That 234.96 is 6% of the entire total I paid. He took 6% from whatever the kits might have cost plus 6% for the lab fees. Before payment, Dr k’s asst Elli said the nearly $4,000 charged, was for the lab fees. I got none of the $150 back. ??On Darrell Kilcup's Linked-In and Pinterest accounts he lists himself as a physician. Online shows the definition of a physician to be either an MD or a DO. To my knowledge he is neither.His ...
Linked-In account lists his training at Functional Medicine University. In looking that up, you'll see it's an online course. Under FAQs on Functional Medicine University's website functionalmedicineuniver…, a question is posed: "Will I legally be able to implement these techniques?" Ans: "The global answer is yes, however, from a chiropractic perspective, telling a patient you will  "cure" them of XYZ disease via an adjustment is a big "no no; and will open you up to disciplinary action. This applies to functional medicine too. We are not curing anything but rather assisting the body to function more efficiently thereby in creasing the health potential of your patients."??In an email to me from Dr. Darrell Kilcup, he writes: "If you choose to stick with me I can promise that you will be much healthier, that the foundations of your health will be strong and your body will be free from the problems we find in the testing." "
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  • July 4, 2020
"Since there is limited space, the following will have to suffice. Kilcup was very personable. I wasn’t notified of a restocking fee ahead of time. Nor was I notified of additional blood draw fees of $25 - $30 for each draw. That was on the reverse side of a piece of paper that was clipped to a clipboard and handed to me on my way out after paying nearly $4,000.00. Elli, Kilcup’s desk person told me that the $4,000 was for the lab work. She said I pay them (Kilcup’s practice) and they pay the lab. Of course I understood that for the stool and urine samples, I would have to “do” myself. However, it wasn’t until later in the day after receiving instructions for the tests I had paid for, that I found out just how convoluted it all was. I was paying this guy lots of money and I was going to have to do all the work except the blood draws. I was going to be running around to different labs (not close by) and mailing to different locations. The instructions emailed to me were vague and confusing. ...
I asked Elli in an email to explain some of them. She never got back to me. For one of the tests I had paid to have done, in really small letters under the emailed instructions, it says “The indican reagent is corrosive. It is recommended to perform the test in a chemical fume hood. Wear gloves, goggles and protective clothing. In case of accidental contact with the reagent, immediately cover with baking soda and wash with ample amount of warm water.” Ya, I don’t think this test was meant for me to perform myself. I could provide the pee for the test, obviously but the rest... Dr. Kilcup emailed me the next day in response to that concern: “I'm sure the instructions for the indican test were written by lawyers. You don't need a chemical fume hood or goggles or special clothing. Just be careful with the tube contents. I've literally had hundreds of these tests performed by patients and we have not had any problems.” His email also tells me about the 6% restocking fee, one of the things they failed to tell me about before payment was made. He had several items in the bloodwork he wanted me to have done. In the emailed instructions, it shows $25 - $35 draw fee per kit. Later when going through the box to document what we were returning, we saw that Indican test was in a plastic snack bag. In the bag was a tube with a yellow liquid inside with instructions and what might have been a dropper. They credited my account, all but $234.96. That $234.96 is 6% of the entire total I paid. He took 6% from whatever he thinks the kits might have cost plus 6% for the lab fees. Before payment was made, Kilcup’s desk person, Elli said that the nearly $4,000 I was charged, was for the lab fees. At the time of this writing, on Darrell Kilcup’s Linked-In and Pinterest accounts you’ll see that he lists himself as a physician. Online shows the definition of a physician to be either an MD or a DO. To my knowledge, Kilcup is neither. "
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  • June 27, 2020


7016 N 27th Ave
Phoenix, AZ, 85051
  • Medicaid Accepted
  • Medicaid Accepted



Medical School
Los Angeles College Of Chiropractic
Graduated 1990


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