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By: kimberly2012
Laser Therapy
I am smoke free because of the doctor and Laser Therapy. Many times I have tried to quit over the past 37years and many times I failed. This is the longest period without smoking I have had since I began years ago. No pills to take either! I had no reactions chemically or otherwise and I feel fantastic at present time. I dont need the pat on the back or the cig the first thing in the morning or after I have eaten. I can now say that the smell is offensive to me. Thanks to Laser Therapy, I am living a smoke free life and a happier one too!
By: maryscott79
Abacoa Physical Medicine & Orthopaedics
Great experience thus far, I like that the Dr got us in to see him that day immediately and I felt comfortable with the experience of my son being treated by him. Staff was courteous and helpful as well.
By: giwmshad
Campbell, David R MD
Great office! The people are vrey personal and really care about you
Tips & Advices
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