My name is C. G. I am 58 years old and enjoy an active lifestyle.
I experienced pain in my left elbow for about four months prior to seeking medical advice at Stedman-Hawkins Clinic. I was diagnosed with acute "tennis elbow" and prescribed high doses of ibuprofen and physical therapy.
When I first came to see Dr. Line, I was skeptical. I had tried acupuncture before without any results, but I was desperate. A year and a half before, a chiropractor injured my back to the point where I could not stand-up straight, had to use a crutch to walk, and was in continuous excruciating pain. I was 31 years old and felt like I would never get my sense of health or well being back. Even worse, my condition was deterioration.
I have had excellent results working with Dr. Lin and Michael Harman at the East-West Health Center (8200 E. Belleview, Suite 280E). I've been treated by them approximately 10 times, here in the summer of 2006, and have been amazed by the improvement in my condition.
Hi. My name is C. B. and l'd like to share my success story with weight loss using acupuncture.
I never had a weight problem until I was in my 30's. Even after having my second child I managed to lose the weight and got down to 124 pounds, which is what I weighed on my wedding day 28 years ago. And I never exercised! But in 1989 I was laid off from my job. I was hired back as a contractor, but I had to work from home and travel occasionally. So there was no office to go to, no getting away during the day to run errands and an endless supply of food at my disposal in the kitchen. Basically the only exercise I got was going up and down the stairs. The pounds began to pile on. In September of 1991 T weighed 161 pounds - 37 pounds in two years.
Here we are one year into our work together and you have the same grand sense of humor and unwavering patience with me as you did Day One. I truly appreciate that you continue to tune-in, coupling your intuition and knowledge, to impact me in ways I never thought possible. The difference you make is unique and significant in that you do more than listen; you hear, and