Bell's Palsy patient
Kristina is a patient we treated for Bell’s Palsy about a months ago. Her treatment was just about 2 weeks.
This is a picture of her face before starting any treatment (she was trying to smile for the camera):
Here she is after 7 visits (or about 10 days):
And here she is after 3 more visits (total treatment time from start to finish was about 2 weeks):
Here is her review of her experience with us on Yelp:Absolute Miracle happened for me!! Cured of Bells Palsy in 2 weeks..
My nightmare happened when I woke up on October 28, 2014. The right side of my face was completely paralyzed and I thought I was in the beginning stages of a stroke. I was taken to ER for treatment & that's when they diagnosed my condition. I had never heard of it before but was relieved it wasn't stroke. That was the good news from the Dr's. Dr's told me this condition could last from a month to year or more. They had know definite time for recovery and sent me home with heavy medications. The absolute frustration over the next few days. Due to the paralysis my right eye lid would not close I had to tape it down at night. Talking, drinking, eating & brushing my teeth was severely impaired as I was unable to keep my mouth closed, I was dribbling out everything. A friend suggested I try acupuncture for the Bell's palsy. She referred me to Esther as she was Miracle healer. A bit skeptical but desperate I called. That's when my Miracle began! I went 7 consecutive days and the numbness in my mouth was gone. My eye was able to close in beginning of second week. As the day went on the second week I was restored to complete normality. That's my MIRACLE. I'm so grateful to this beautiful woman, Esther. She and her father have healing hands that work miracles. She's experienced and knows what's she doing on the human body.Thank you Esther!!
You can find her review in the “Not Recommended” reviews on Yelp (http://www.yelp.com/biz/tiferes-medical-group-palo-alto). For some reasons, Yelp decided that many of our reviews are “suspicious”. Maybe it is because all of our reviews are 5 stars... Or, most likely, because we refused to accept their multiple offers to advertise with them. Shortly after we refused, Yelp moved many of our reviews as “Not Recommended”... We found out that this is common practice for Yelp to behave this way and there was even a class action law suit against Yelp to this effect.