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laceyj
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Has anyone been to two frogs healing center in Frederick, Maryland? (accupuncture place)

any good or bad experiences?
Thanks!

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I am on their email list and get monthly newsletters about lyme. They seem to be very knowledgable about lyme.
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Fluff marketing with no substance.
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I live not too far from Frederick. I've been on this site for about 7 years. Never heard of anyone with lyme going there.

That's not where the people in Maryland are getting healed.

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sparkle7
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re: That's not where the people in Maryland are getting healed.

If you haven't been there... how do you know? I don't think it's a good idea to assume they are no good if you've never been there or know anyone who has.

I've seen them come up here every so often... laceyj - You may want to do a search of this site to see if there are any further comments about them.

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I have net him and he is a very nice guy. I know for a while he was showing Under Our Skin and afterward having a Q and A. Then he gave people a certificate for a free session, I believe.,

I have a friend who knows him fairly well. It's a bit far for me to go.

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his articles seem very good and accurate. I dont know anything else unfortunately.
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Pam08
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I think I have seen people inquire about this place before but I don't know if anyone ever went there or not.

I came across their site as well when looking for alternative practioners in the area. I was looking for someone closer to me though since I am in Virginia.

Sorry...wish I had some info for you. Let me know if you hear anything.

I just posted a similar question about a place I found online as well. Hopefully someone knows of it. It is so hard to know who is good and who isn't.

Good Luck!
Pam :-)

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