End joint pain without surgery:
Reconstructive Therapy and/or
Enhanced Platelet Rich Plasma ( PRP ) Therapy

Lower back pain and joint pain are among the most common and debilitating health complaints today. Traditional medicine can offer pain relief through prescription drugs, and surgery removes the structure weakening the joint without correcting the cause of the problem.

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What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About ( TM ) IBS:

With the exception of only the common cold, IBS accounts for more work and school absences than any other illness. Dr. Ash developed a program that helps relieve symptoms without drugs - and has applied his knowledge to the treatment of IBS, helping thousands of patients. He reveals his drug-free approach to relieving the symptoms of IBS, using vitamin C, bioflavonoids, and other herbs and nutrients that help the body to heal itself.

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DHEA Book Fountain of Youth
Help for: Osteoporosis, Diabetes, Arthritis, Lupus, Cancer, Heart Disease

Dr. Richard Ash, of the prestigious Ash Center for Comprehensive Medicine, New York tells you how to use the natural hormone, DHEA, safely and effectively to avoid side effects and obtain the best results!

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Nutritious & Delicious

Dr Ash’s revolutionary new product is a healthy meal replacement that helps balance the body’s pH while giving you sustained energy for over 5 hours.

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Free Report

You need to know why Prednisone and other anti-inflammatory drugs are hazardous to your health.

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Testimonials from patient who have experienced Dr Ash's program

  • Competitive cyclist with back pain – RT therapy cured that...

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  • This young woman’s son suffered from asthma for 11 years...

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  • This older woman had uncontrollable diarrhea for 20 years...

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