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09/21/2016
By: Heather H.
Foster, Dale S, Phd - Memphis Neurofeedback
After having neurofeedback, I was able to think more clearly, I experienced a large improvement in my memory, and I felt less anxious. The pEMF therapy helped with my muscle soreness and inflammation and the HRV training I use everyday at home when I'm feeling stressed! I also have learned about important foods and supplements my body needs. Whether you have minor or major challenges, Dr. Foster and Lee Ann can help improve your brain and your overall wellness!
09/21/2016
By: Ginger K.
Foster, Dale S, Phd - Memphis Neurofeedback
Memphis Neurofeedback is a life changing experience. I struggle with anxiety and needed some lifestyle changes. Lee Ann Foster helped me improve my diet, take much needed supplements, and I improved my heart rate variability, which helped me get more relaxed. I also was able to train my brain with neurofeedback with Dr. Dale Foster. I was happy to be doing something that was actually working WITHOUT MEDICATION! I would recommend them to anyone! Check them out!
05/30/2012
By: dealfinder901
Klug Dean A Md Facs
Dr. Klug cam highly recommended to our family. Our son was in college and was very ill and on so many antibiotics. Dr. Klug did his operation at the sug.center. He did great and was very well taken care of. Our son had a bleed in the middle of the night because he lifted something he shouldn't have and Dr. Klug met us at the hospital without delay. I have sent many of my friends to him. He is kind and caring-every time I have seen him. Nice staff too!
07/16/2013
By: pmuzzi
Burgess & Burgess
Great and very friendly staff and doctors. My wife and I both go to see Dr. Loius and we absolutely love them! Very pain free and gentle and always willing to go the extra mile to be nice, courteous and to make you feel like you're their best patient. We would highly recommend them to anyone looking for a new dentist!
04/30/2008
By: escook23
Smith David W DDS
Dr. Smith capped my tooth back in 1989 when I was about 9 years old after I broke it playing at school, I am now 28 and it is in great shape. I am a coward when it comes to dental work and they always make me comfortable. I love his work and his staff has always been great.
08/14/2013
By: shayna.atkinson1
Doan, Cannon DDS
What a great group of people, everytime I come here I leave with a smile. Going to the dentist is not scary or a chore at all because I always feel like I'm in good hands. Dr. Doan and his staff are great, and I would definitely recommend!!!
03/29/2013
By: 1amigo
DentalCares DDS
This dentist cares, and the staff are friendly.The waiting room is comfortable with free beverages, and patient wi-fi. The exam rooms have flat screen tv for viewing procedures or regular stations.
09/10/2017
By: Alison S.
DentalCares DDS
Wonderful caring staff and doctors! They are all like family to me. I will recommend all my friends to check them out. Competent and customer service is A+
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08/01/2011
By: juici37
Keith Morris Family Dentistry
This is a great dentist but very slow...
04/24/2015
By: Jeff T.
Gregory Jenkins MD
Very thorough, very nice staff.
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