About Me: Female, 27, Des Moines, IA, member since Jun 2009
I'm a college grad with a degree in theater and art. I have received injuries that I never really healed from, and interfere with the occupations I want to pursue. I haven't been able to find a treatment that works or even a name to call my injuries. More often then
[More] not I'm told to give it time, and who really wants to hear that?
Just a quick note to say hi! I was a Naturopathic Medical Doctor for 6 years(now retired). Acupuncture is bizarre and I say that having been trained and practiced it for quite a few years. There are a lot of practitioners that "dabble" in it and there are a lot that are phenomenal at it. Homeopathy is another good choice that won't interfere with other medications as it works on an energetic level kind of like acupuncture. If you can find a good, Licensed Naturopath (not one that has graduated from a mail order school) they may be able to help you.
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