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Julie Schifferli, DC
Prescott Valley Chiropractic
(928) 775-0522
3088 N. Robert Road
PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ 86314 United States
Successful Foot Neuropathy Treatment
Male patient, age 67, came in with burning numbness in his feet, going up to just below his knees. He could not have anything touch his toes or feet for more than 20 years, even the sheets on his bed caused him pain. Because of a medical diagnosis 15 years earlier the patient was on pain medication to only manage the pain and he could not walk without the medication.

After 2 adjustments, the patient claimed that for the first time he could move his big toe with no pain. After seven adjustments, he had no foot pain & his secondary hip pain was gone. Following 1 month of care, the patient said he could feel the carpet again and could walk with confidence on the carpet.

The patient had 38 visits which effected his vibration sense to come back, although his distal little toe still has some loss of sensation. The patient feels more relaxed, the bed sheet on his toes does not bother him, and he can walk and stand with confidence.

The Patient is still under care to completely remove the numbness from his toes.

Successful Ulcerative Colitis Treatment
Male patient, age 46, came to Dr. Julie in October 2008, looking truly dreadful as though he were 100 years old.

Medical Doctors diagnosed him with ulcerative colitis of a long duration and supplied him with masking medications. The surgeons recommended removing parts of his colon, which the patient did not want to do.

Dr. Julie put him on a BioMeridian machine protocol, used Ultra Inflam X, vitamins, minerals and anti-inflammatory herbs, she also used Ulcinex, a pro-biotic for liver & kidney support and fish oils.

The patient is still coming in only occasionally when he needs more Ultra Inflam X herbs. His Mother says that Dr. Julie saved his life. The patient is back to work, thriving & excited about life.
Bussiness Hours: 8-11 2-6, T TH 2-6 Sat 9-11
Phone Consulting: No
Fees Schedule: by arrangement