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Letter: Reneau treats each patient's pain

Reneau treats patient’s pain

I am a 100 percent disabled vet. During World War II, I was on PT boats hitting every third wave at 55 mph. We all came out with bad backs. Our doctor said it was like jumping out of a two-story window.

I have been around the world many times and have seen many doctors. I will be 90 years old in a couple of months. I could not lay on my stomach because the pain was so severe. In China in 1946, I saw a priest and a monk who taught me how to meditate and control my pain. Now, instead of taking four or five pain pills a day, I take one a month and sometimes one every four months.

I came to Oregon six years ago and was very lucky to go to Dr. Reneau. In three treatments he had me sleeping on my stomach. He is the most helpful chiropractor and professional doctor I have ever met. I had taken acupuncture, hot mustard packs and hot rocks all my life. We should all be very lucky to have Dr. Reneau taking care of us. He has his own system of treating each patient, because we are not all alike in pain. I have been going to his brother for six years in Myrtle Creek and he is just as good.

Gabrial Soldevila


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