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Here I post a doctor’s suggestion to his patient. I feel he is correct.
“I was just thinking why you may not have
taken advantage of your consultation.

You’re probably like many others who
suffer from back pain, headache, neck pain,
soreness, or any type of physical ache or pain…
the pain comes and goes and now you’re feeling
pretty good…am I right?

Sometimes even our patients often feel
better after the first few treatments,
and although this may seem good, the opposite
can sometimes be true as well.

Patients often mistake this feeling for a total
cure of their condition. They simply do not
realize that a relief of the symptoms DOES
NOT indicate a correction of the condition.

The smart patients never discontinue treatment
before their actual complaint has been corrected,
and if they do so, further complications are
bound to develop.

Even if you feel better, get checked out.

Prevent future problems.

We’ll extend our offer for a consultation,
but you have to call our office .
We’re standing by to hear from you and hopefully
help you prevent future problems.”

My phone number: 703-499-4428;

website: www.ChineseMedicineDoctor.US

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02/22/2010 5:00PM

This afternoon, I got a call from my former patient who lives 4 hours away from my office by car. He told me that our acupuncture treatment helped him increase his testosterone level.

He has testosterone deficiency condition. He had tests performed twice that showed the level to be 190-200 ng/dl (when using the Gel for testosterone). The normal ranges should be 270-1070 ng/dl (depending on age)

He started acupuncture weekly for 8 weeks from August 15, 2009 to October 24, 2009 (and stopped using the Gel). After these treatments his reading was 220 ng/dl (still low, but improved). Because he was not comfortable with driving for such a long time for the treatments, he quit acupuncture. After 4 months, his re-testing report showed his testosterone level is now 130 ng/dl(no acupuncture and no Gel).

These results seem to show that acupuncture can help to improve man’s testosterone deficiency. But after a short-term treatment, it may go down again (un-stable).

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