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Awesome Acupuncturist! by A Patient With Scoliosis

A patients shares her amazing self-healing experience in KOSA Acupuncture.
The initial goals of her visits were to get improvements on Poor digestion, Gluten allergy, Hair loss, Sinusitis, Neck pain, Shoulder pain, Low back pain and Both knees pains.
Because she hadn’t even imagined her scoliosis could be helped by KOSA Acupuncture, she didn’t even mention it to Master Kim.
Nevertheless, as her conditions were getting improved she saw the light at the end of the tunnel and she asked Master Kim if he could help her with her scoliosis still doubting.
Master Kim answered “Of course, Yes.”
She has learned that her back has been being more straightened every time she gets treatment beyond her imagination and expectation.

Your body’s ability to heal is greater than anyone has permitted you to believe.

Testimonial - Treating Bone-On-Bone Osteoarthritis With KOSA Acupuncture

Bone-On-Bone Osteoarthritis Video Testimonial | KOSA Acupuncture

KOSA Acupuncture treats Bone-On-Bone Osteoarthritis much easier than most people think it could be.
This is the proof given by our patient.
One of KOSA Acupuncture’s problems is that it is too good to be true.
They don’t want you to discover that our body has an amazingly powerful self-healing system.

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Feeling Better with KOSA Acupuncture’s treatment

A patient of KOSA Acupuncture shares an amazing healing journey as below. Although his testimonial describes pains only, he has seen drastic improvements in various conditions like tinnitus, eye floaters, anxiety, eczema, sinus, acne, hair loss, and etc. He is kind enough to post his review so that he can help other people looking for …

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Benefits of Dandelion - Health Info by KOSA Acupuncture in Jenks Oklahoma Serving Tulsa Oklahoma and the vicinity

Benefits of Dandelion – Health Info #18 by KOSA Acupuncture in Jenks Oklahoma Serving Tulsa Oklahoma and the vicinity

Only in the twentieth century did humans decide that the dandelion was a weed. Before the invention of perfectly manicured lawns, dandelions were more praised as natural medicine, food source, and outright magic.
Back in the day, the grass was dug out to make room for the dandelions – just imagine!

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