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Dr. Li Liu – affectionately known as “Dr. Lee” to her patients – has helped those suffering from numb feet and toes, restless leg syndrome, incapacitating lower back pain, poor circulation, vitreous hemorrhages in their eyes and menopause. “I had problems from a concussion in the past, edema, irregular heart beat … narcolepsy, apnea and insomnia,” one of her patients wrote in a testimonial. “Dr. Lee … gave me back my health. I am healthy, and I work. I cannot say enough about Dr. Lee.”Another patient, experiencing problems with digestion, described immediate results: “Within the first week of taking the prescribed herbs, I felt my digestive system responding in a positive way. After only one month of treatment I see a marked improvement with my digestive system, and as an added bonus I have more energy and am sleeping better than I have in years.”Liu has been practicing acupuncture, herbal therapy and massage in Los Alamos since 2004. Her office, located at 118 Central Park Square, offers far more than the pins and needles many people associate with traditional Chinese medicine.“Acupuncture doesn’t mean just getting stuck with needles,” Liu said.
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