I'm 76 and had a fall landing on my neck. Went to ER for X-ray...diagnosed with severe strain of upper spine and neck. Advised to use moist heat. After a week decided to visit Dr. Sheng and try acupuncture and find out if he could relieve the dull annoying pain. HE DID with one treatment. Now going back for another. Bo Rhudy
He has a terrible bed-side manner and believes electro-accupuncture is the one and only treatment for my condition, which is chronic neck pain. He chastised me for "questioning my doctor". He told me that the Chinese (as a nation) do not believe in stretching. I've researched this and found that it's false. He told me yoga as well as chiropractic care is bad for you. I've consulted with friends who see acupuncturists and their practitioners believe in multi-disciplined approaches including chiropractic and yoga. He was contentious and insulting, accusing me of being a Type A personality because I work in a man's field (Engineering). I'm flabbergasted.
I've been to several doctors over a period of more than 3 years for back pain and sciatica. I can see a difference after only 2 visits with Dr. Paul Sheng. He does a nice job answering my questions too. I highly recommend Dr. Sheng.
i went in to quit smoking, and i smoked for 30 years,when i tried to quit, the anxiety of not having a smoke was unbearable but after the visit to Paul it was easy, this worked for me it may or may not for you, i am a skeptical person...so... you try.
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