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07/29/2015
By: Jc P.
Body Rx Anti-Aging
I have been a patient at the clinic for about two months. First of the first impression was of professionalism and courteous service. The staff is beyond kind and willing to answer any question you may have Lora and Marisol are very informative and willing to help. I had a consultation with Steve then Dr. Herrera both were awesome and answered all questions that I had. The office is clean and organized. I have been feeling great since I started the program and am starting to see positive results. I would HIGHLY recommend Body Rxt to anyone who wants to start living a healthy lifestyle again. Thanks JC
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09/03/2015
By: Josh M.
Body Rx Anti-Aging
Although I'm in my early 30s, I've had alot of problems with fatigue and lack of energy. I eat a pretty good diet, but I had no idea I was allergic to several foods I would eat almost daily. The great people at BodyRX helped me identify treatments that made a huge difference in how I feel. I've been a patient for the past year and I look and feel 1,000 times better. The sermorelin treatment really gives me an edge physically. This is the real deal.
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