I noticed several problems with the website. While it seems like you've done a lot of advertising through other means, I'm sure you have advertised your website too. Unfortunately others who use Firefox or Safari will probably be seeing what I see, and it wouldn't leave a good impression. I'm guessing it looks better on IE. Much of what I see may not be as big of an issue on IE, but I have no way of knowing unfortunately.
I'm only posting this to help you so you are aware how your site looks. As a designer I noticed a thing or two and I think you could benefit from some of my observations. Some of them may seem "picky" but I am an artist so it comes with the territory.
But all these little things can really help create a professional appearance. I would be willing to help you out on a web site, but it would take some time.
Your header is missing from all but one page. One large issue I had was that once I was on the "About Us" page, none of the buttons worked on the left hand side.
Black bar runs through paragraph:
Text touches or overlaps edges
An answer is missing under the last question:
Text is hidden behind the map:
Some tips for the website alone (things that I would change if I designed it):
You don't need a separate "Appointment" button. You should include the info you have on that page on your home page (you actually already did some of it). The couple paragraphs on the home page are really good, just add the appointment info at the bottom.
You can also include the "Paperwork" info on your homepage, or, include that on the appointment page if you wanted to keep that page.
The Athletic Injury page seems like it can be included within another page as well. It just seems like very little info for a separate page, same as the Appointments and Paperwork page. Perhaps including that info into paragraph form on your home page. Unless you develop several more Q & A'*, in which case a FAQ page would be a good idea.
The map of your location is on 4 different pages on your site. I would only keep it on your 'Contact us' page.
You don't need a separate 'Email Us' button since your e-mail is already on the 'Contact Us' page.
Overall, I just think the site needs some cleaning up and reorganizing to help keep things consistent and clean. I hope you don't take my criticism the wrong way! I'm just trying to help.
My company'* website last year was very bad in MANY ways. If anything it was hurting our business. I redesigned it from scratch and it has helped our company IMMENSELY!!