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I became a patient of Dr. Kitty’s several years ago, and I can truely say that she is one of the most nurturing and compassionate caregivers that I have ever had the pleasure of seeing. Her treatments result in a completely stress-free mellowness and are all encompassing for the mind, body and spirit. Dr. Kitty genuinely cares about your health in totality as it affects your everyday life. Her expertise in acupuncture and holistic practices, complimented by her sage advice... Read more »
Acupuncture has enhanced my quality of life: from living with overwhelming stress,
inability to deal with it, high blood pressure and all the ailments that come with it. I
now enjoy the knowledge of “breathing”, the conscious awareness of my “inner me”
and how profoundly it all comes together.
Dr. Kitty has a very special approach to acupuncture. She refers to it as a “her gift”
to others and it reveals itself in the way she treats her patients. She... Read more »
I have been treated by Kitty for nearly two years and am extremely pleased with her services plus the progress I’ve made. When I first met her I was suffering from severe sinus and allergy problems plus very high stress. My respiratory problems are nearly gone and my stress levels are now manageable. Kitty is the kindest, gentlest and most caring practioner I’ve ever been blessed to meet. I highly recommend her services. She has greatly improved the quality of... Read more »
I have had two acupuncture treatments and they were wonderful. There was no pain. I could feel the energy flowing through my body. It was the most relaxing and energizing experience I have ever had. I can’t wait for my third.
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Tag Archives: migraines
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