- Tampa Natural Care111 South MacDill Avenue
Tampa, Florida 33609
Mon 10am - 7pm Wed 10am - 7pm Thu 10am - 7pm Fri 10am - 7pmBy Appointment Only
From FaceBook: Dr. Ken is one of the handful of doctors I have met that genuinely care about their patients. My acupuncture treatments with him improved my overall well being and the herbal supplement he gave me has drastically improved my complexion. Dr. Ken is very knowledgeable but mostly importantly,... Read more »
From FaceBook: My first acupuncture treatment was with Dr. Ken and I couldn’t have been more impressed! I was a little nervous as it was my first time trying it, but I was very happy with the outcome. I have since had several more treatments with Dr. Ken and would... Read more »
From FaceBook: Dr. Ken’s level of service, knowledge and overall experience is unparalleled. From my very first visit, he demonstrated his care and concern for my well-being, and has continued to provide excellent treatment. Highly recommended!
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From FaceBook: I have been going to Dr. Ken on a weekly basis for my migraines and overall health and there’s has been a dramatic improvement. He is extremely thoughtful and caring.
Thoughtful And Caring was last modified: May 15th, 2016 by kenneth
From FaceBook: Dr Ken has helped me with managing pain from a torn meniscus for several months now and I am able to function normally and even maintain my walking exercise regimen to some extent. Dr Ken is AWESOME!! I have several friends and relatives who swear by acupuncture and... Read more »
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