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My husband became so ill. We went to 5 different doctors/specialists and the emergency room several times. Whatever medicine we were prescribed —made him worse. I was trying to decide if we should go Oahu. I took him to Dr. Ross and in 3 days he was much improved with just acupuncture, specific food, and lots of herbs. I’ll never forget Dr. Ross for saving his life.
Have visited many practitioners over the course of some five decades and Doctor Ross is THE Best – just magical. Have become something of a poster-child for the “If I’d known I’d live this long, would’ve taken better care of myself” contingent. Was reasonably diligent re: diet, exercise, etc. but have been involved in several (some might say ‘numerous’) kinetic misadventures. (Nine skeletal procedures, pins, plates, replacements, up to a C2-C3 cervical fusion). Nevertheless, Doctor Ross remedied issues for which... Read more »
“Thank you so much for going out of your way to help me get my placenta encapsulated in such a timely fast manner. I really appreciate it. You are amazing 🙂 I’m so excited and happy I can experience this.” -P.E.
“Eva has performed miracles in my life. She has allowed my body to regain my youth again. I can walk and perform normal body functions. I was scheduled to be put in a wheelchair this year, but i am not. She always does what she says. She makes it happen.”
“Awesomeness & true healing!☺️” -B.D.
“Your tx was effective. Thank you.” -E.T.
“Dr. Ross is so amazing. I will recommend her to everyone” -T.B.
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