Webster Groves Chiropractor Saves Lives and Cures Addiction
It is a documented fact that cigarette smoking can seriously affect your health. Nicotine addiction is painful and difficult, and the immediate pain of withdrawals often outweigh the knowledge that there is long-term pain from continuing to smoke. What if there was a way to ease the pain of cigarette withdrawal right here in Webster Groves? What if it was so convenient to stop in to the office that you could literally handle your withdrawal symptoms as easily as you can when you light up a cigarette?
I deliver FDA-approved Auricular Therapy right here in my office on Watson Road. The office is not far away from Highway 44 or 55, and is only 15 minutes away from downtown St. Louis. The treatment itself only takes 15 – 20 minutes to administer – just a bit longer than it takes to smoke a cigarette.
I have an excellent success rate with helping patients to quit smoking. Auricular Therapy, which stimulates certain points in the ear, is painless, all-natural, and is FDA approved to help ease the withdrawals that come from nicotine addiction.
Imagine the benefits that come from being smoke-free. You’ll feel better physically, you’ll have more energy and food will taste better. Some patients report that their senses of smell and taste continue to improve for a year after they quit smoking. Many patients are able to quit smoking after just one treatment. Isn’t it worth a shot?
It doesn’t matter how many times you’ve tried to quit in the past. Auricular Therapy is different.
In fact, my method of Auricular Therapy, combined with nutrition, support and a very special book, is different even from what other Doctors of Chiropractic have to offer here in St. Louis.
Give me a call right now at 635-1008 and arrange for your Auricular Therapy treatment.
P.S. For those of you on my email list, you’ve heard me talk about this service a lot. Thanks for sticking with me. Using Auricular Therapy to help people quit smoking and live a longer, healthier life is a passion of mine. (Can you tell? :)) Next week, I’ll send you all a very special series of exercises that you can do at home to improve your back health.