LifeWorks Ranks Among Top Medical Clinics
Dr. David Minkoff and his wife, Sue Minkoff, RN, founded LifeWorks Wellness Center, in Clearwater, Florida, in 1997, as a healing haven where people could obtain the best medical care possible in an environment where they would be treated like family. Since then, they have continued to strive to provide the highest-quality natural medicine treatments and services for their clients.
LifeWorks is fast becoming one of the leading alternative medical clinics in the U.S., offering more treatments under one roof than many others, including hyperbaric oxygen therapy, intravenous (IV) therapy, ozone therapy, enhanced external counterpulsation, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy and more.
LifeWorks is especially suitable for those with undefined and unresolved underlying health issues, or for anyone just not feeling right. They have been successfully treating patients with a variety of stubborn conditions, including Lyme disease, cancer, chronic fatigue, inflammation, thyroid issues and cardiovascular disease. They conduct research to discover what has changed in the patient’s body and mind, revealing the root causes of health issues, and then treat them naturally with life-enhancing supplements and healing modalities.
Location: 301 Turner St., Clearwater. For more information or to make an appointment, call 727-466-6789 or visit LifeWorksWellnessCenter.com.
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