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April 3, 2013
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A gifted healer, high morals

It is with a heavy heart that I find it necessary to write this letter for Donald Reneau, DC.

I have been a patient of his since 2002 and have chronic health problems that require at least one visit each month. While waiting for appointments during these years, I have visited with many fellow patients who feel as I do that Dr. Reneau is very caring and professional. I cannot believe that Dr. Donald Reneau would do anything inappropriate with a patient.

In Dr. Reneau’s office, patients do not remove their clothes and put on gowns; they are treated in their street clothes. Also, a chiropractor must touch the patient’s body to be able to perform the necessary manipulations to relieve pain and align the spine. Therapy is administered by technicians and the contact with the doctor is for the manipulation only. The doors to the treatment rooms remain open, because patients are fully clothed.

Dr. Reneau maintains his practice with two of his sons; he has two other sons in school who will soon be licensed chiropractors. His son-in-law and brother practice chiropractic in this area, too. He has a wonderful wife and family and would not jeopardize any of these relationships for a patient.

It is my feeling that Dr. Donald Reneau is a gentleman of high morals, a talented and gifted healer and a caring chiropractic physician.

Rebecca (Becky) O’Neill


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