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#1 of 3 Old 04-06-2011, 12:26 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi everyone- it's been a really long time since I've been on here, so I guess that's a good thing :) DS1 has severe eczema, which has dramatically  improved, and multiple allergies & intolerances. We found an amazing traditional Chinese medicine doctor in LA, from another mom on here, who we saw four times last summer. unfortunately, we live far from her (in Alaska) because I really wish we could get to her regularly! It's Dr. Jing at the TCM Healing Center- I highly recommend her. This coming summer, we're heading to the East Coast for a family reunion and I'm able to get an appointment with Dr. Kenneth Bock at Rhinbeck Health. His book literally changed our lives- it's how we discovered DS1 had yeast overgrowth and really set us on our path to healing. The appointment is a large sum of money, though, so I'm just curious if anyone has been to him, what they thought, is it worth it, etc.  I truly have gotten so much amazing information off of this discussion board, it's an amazing resource (also where I learned about Dr. Bock's book!) !! TIA


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I know this post is old, but I was wondering if you actually went to go see Dr. Bock and what your experience was like?  I have a son with ADHD and a daughter with an auto immune disease , possibly psoriasis and I was considering making an appointment for them to see him.  I live in Atlanta so obviously making an appointment to travel to NY is a big investment and I want to make sure it would be beneficial.  What was your experience like?  Thank you! 

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Sorry I never replied, but we never went to him greensad.gif

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