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- Alameda Acupuncture2258 Santa Clara Ave, Ste 1
Alameda, CA 94501
Testimonials‘Woohoo! As good as it gets!’ does not begin to describe the depth of knowledge that John has about Acupuncture and the care of the human body. I would recommend him equally to anyone who would be a first time patient of acupuncture, or anyone who has years of experience... Read more »I was skeptical to say the least but They did what 4 chiropractic treatments and two doctor visits could not due and that was alleviate the pain in my neck. Excellent service Two thumbs up! – Rob (yelp) pain in my neck was last modified: March 12th, 2015 by JennyI feel like since I’ve been seeing Dr Nieters I’ve been given a new life. I began to see him 5 months ago and I was a mess. I also started practicing Qigong and between that and treatment from Dr. Nieters, I have been able to join the living again!... Read more »
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