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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Seminar

Vladimir Alhov, MD

Vladimir Alhov, MD

Vladimir Alhov, MD presents Understanding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome at 1 p.m. on January 19 at the Well of Life Center in Bethlehem. The free lecture is intended for the patient and family of those living with chronic fatigue syndrome and anyone else who would like to know more about the illness and the whole body, drug-free approach at Well of Life.

Many people living with chronic pain are young and often unable to work or optimally function during the most productive years of their lives. CFS suffers may find very difficult to find the root of chronic pain. The Well of Life’s unique treatment plan can be tailored to the individual determined by physical examinations, laboratory findings and imaging study. Therapies such as scar injection, prolotherapy and electrical stimulation of bioactive points, when combined with other modalities offered, have drastic results in the severity of symptoms and reduction in pain levels.

Location: 801 W Broad Street, Bethlehem. Seating is limited, and reservations are required by calling 610-419-8881. For more information, visit WellOfLifeCenter.com.

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