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I consider myself lucky to have received the chance for treatment at Synergy Acupuncture through the Veteran’s Choice program. I drive more than an hour for my appointments and the treatment has been very worthwhile. Jodie makes the effort to listen well and has provided a level of pain relief... Read more »
I was receiving steroid injections for a neck issue in early 2017. The mood swings, irritation, depression etc… I noticed by the injections was intolerable. I had a nurse suggest acupuncture and was really convincing as to how much she believed in it.
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