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Colossians 3:12-14 NKJV

"Therefore, as the elect of God, holy and beloved, put on tender mercies, kindness, humility, meekness, longsuffering; bearing with one another, and forgiving one another, if anyone has a complaint against another; even as Christ forgave you, so you also must do. But above all these things put on love, which is the bond of perfection."

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Healthcare Providers

My Acupuncturist: Who else could have encouraged me to explore acupuncture from the one who exclaimed, “What, needles?!” There is no such thing as a coincidence, and the timing for our meeting was indeed tied to God’s hand. You keep me resilient and joyful in the day’s battles. We are grateful for your open-mindedness in everything. I enjoy being your student in faith and Chinese medicine! Thank you
Hebrews 13:20-21

My Chiropractor: Were it not for you, I would not be functional, could not achieve nearly what I do today. God has placed on you the gift of healing. You have risen up to this calling above and beyond. Your work keeps me moving forward away from downwards spirals, makes me stronger. Your faith and words are always encouraging and teach me much about God and health. We appreciate all the time you spend helping me.  Thank you
…..to his family: Your generosity is so sustaining. I hold closely to my heart your kind words and compassionate actions. Our conversations have been valuable to me! Thank you

My Lyme Specialists:
…..to the Doctors: It was a relief to come in, explain my symptoms, and not be stared at in disbelief or skepticism. You all exude competence and caring for your patients. You give me the confidence to live outside this disease. God works miracle through you. You came into the picture and identified important blocks to my healing. You do not let the small things slide and pursue the answers vigorously. Without you, I’d still be confused about how to approach many things. Thank you
…..to the Nurses: IV artists. Could there be more gentle touches? You go out of your way to make your patients as comfortable and happy as possible. You are uniquely considerate to your patients’ sensitivities. I feel safe in your hands. Thank you
…..to the Office Staff: The scheduling wizard and the rest of the gang. You work hard to organize the treatment for patients, optimizing our care. Your responsiveness comforts us that our treatments will go smoothly. Thank you
Colossians 1:9-11

My Dental Specialist: Talk about finding a huge problem with my health! Your expertise and experience has exposed a significant contributor to my pain. Your thoroughness has given me many much-needed answers. And, you have tangible solutions. Thank you
Philippians 1:2-3

My Orthopedic Doctor: Your wealth of knowledge always comes through when we are stuck and know not where to go. Your willingness to work with us, from trying all the different and highly researched therapies, is always appreciated. The magic wand is built block by block. Thank you
Proverbs 9:10-11

Scott: You opened our eyes to the possibility of Lyme disease and the myriad of health issues associated with it. You continue to be an integral part of my health team in calibrating the direction of my treatment. Thank you
…..To R: We are very grateful for your hard work helping. Thank you
3 John 1:2

My Chiropractic Neurologist: You do not let a hard puzzle stump you. Your extensive knowledge about your specialty is necessary as we unravel the many aspects of Lyme disease and surrounding imbalances. You understand my need to take “micro baby steps,” and your patience with this quirk is a gift. Thank you
…..to the Office Staff: Your accommodations to my sensitivities never go unnoticed. You are so generous for changing your routine for me. Thank you
2 Corinthians 9:8

My Neurologist: Thorough and thoughtful. Your background was key to pointing me to non-traditional treatments. Your willingness to test for the possibility of Lyme disease helped lead to my diagnosis. A mark of a great provider is one who knows what he does not know. Thank you
…..to the Office Staff: To come in to the office greeted with smiles always brightens my day. You make sure I have everything I need, be it for scheduling appointments to prescriptions and everything in between. Thank you
2 Thessalonians 1:11-12

To my Uncle: You have spent hours of research to ease my pain. You have always been available to me when I need you. Your kindness helps me through difficult times. Thank you
Ephesians 1:17-19

Dr. Bob: You exposed to us a whole world of treatments and therapies that are instrumental to my recovery. You knew that something was wrong, and you guided us to new ideas that are so important now. Thank you
2 Corinthians 8:7

My Eye Doctors: You were one of the first who knew that my pain meant there was a real problem, and you tenaciously worked to find the cause. You were so gentle in your care for me. Thank you
1 Corinthians 1:4-5

Dr. Muto-Isolani: You treated me with compassion in the emergency room. You believed me at a critical time when not a lot of others really did. And, you were the first to suggest Lyme disease as a possible diagnosis. Thank you
2 Peter 1:2

To all my Providers in this journey: Each and every one of you has played an important role in my healing. Your different ideas and approaches are valued. I would not be where I am today without you. Thank you
I Corinthians 12:4-7

 

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