about five years ago i went to an acupunctureist, the guy was right from china and he had a line going out the door every tuesday and thursday and friday. His name was dr. gong, he would travel between buffalo ny and toronto and go back to china 4 times a year. this guy was unbelevable. He retiered about 2 1/2 years ago and i must admit i was fine with it then, but i was wrong this is the only acupuncturist i have ever met that knew what he was doing. In china he was a real md, the man was brilliant at what he did. His clientel were people that came in in wheel chairs looking for pain reelef and they got what they came for. I wish I knew where all the people that lined up out his door ever went ? they must have found a accupuncturest that was similar in ability to Dr. Gong, but i wonder who?? I will fully admit that was the first time in my life i was relaxed. where did all the good ones go??
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