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  • "It is difficult to believe the changes that have taken place over the past month. The doctors had told me that I had a degenerative back condition that was only going to worsen as time went on. When I came to your offices, your x-ray concurred with their analysis… However, you said that you thought that you could help my mobility improve some and reduce the pain level."
  • "After the first three visits that initial week, I was uncertain whether or not there was any hope for improvement. But over the weeks that followed, I began to notice the pain level had reduced a great deal and I was able to stand without the intense pain in my lower back and legs. In fact, this last Saturday, I stood on concrete for three hours non-stop at a “Support Our Troops Rally” with little or no adverse effect on my body. Because I am a pastor of a church that has multiple services, just imagine what a relief it is to be able to stand again without experiencing severe pain. Thank you so much for making this healing process possible."
    ~Pastor Bill
  • "I’ve had chronic and very painful headaches for the past five years. I have seen a neurologist, taken medication, and monitored my diet in hopes to stop or even decrease the pain with no success. After hearing Dr. Okamoto’s ad on the radio, I decided to give it a try. I was given hope at my first visit after Dr. Okamoto told me with confidence that he could help me. It has now been several weeks, and I have been headache free. I can’t thank Dr. Okamoto and his caring and polite staff enough. I would recommend Master’s Touch to all friends and family."
    ~Quinn

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  • "I visited Masters Touch after hearing the 'back talk' ad on the radio. My issue was lower back pain that would flare up after long trips(plane, car etc). I also had a numb spot that would trouble me on and off. After several adjustments, the lower back pain no longer is an issue, even after cross country flights. The numb spot on my upper back is an on and off issue, but its getting better as my posture improves.

    This was my first visit to a chiropractor, so I have no frame of reference for how good or bad things were. However I can say this with certainty; my back feels much better after the treatment. I have to mention the staff as well. Customer service was top notch, everyone has a smile and is very nice."
    Bryan G. Portland, OR

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