- Alive and Well Acupuncture255 George Bush Blvd. #B
Delray Beach, FL 33444561-272-7816
- We accept most insurances
I developed a severe sciatic pain about 4 months ago which limited my mobility severely. After going through radiating pain for over two months , one of my friends highly recommended Dr. Edward Scarlett and I immediately made an appointment to see him. After my first visit, the pain subsided and after each visit I had significant improvement thanks to Dr. Scarlett’s caring personality along with his tremendous experience in finding and treating the underlying problem. I would like to thank Dr. Scarlett for bringing back my mobility and relieving all the pain I went through. I am also thankful to Jennifer for her kindness, patience and professionalism in arranging my appointments. -S.E
Thank you Dr. Scarlett was last modified: October 6th, 2022 by edward
I recently moved to North Carolina to be with family so, unfortunately, I no longer have the pleasure of seeing Dr. Edward! He has been my savior for the past many, many years! I suffer from terrible migraines and all I had to do was call and he’d squeeze me in to his busy schedule. After my treatment, I was able to leave his office with almost 100% relief. He also helped me with nerve pain after I had a very serious surgery. I had a horrendous migraine this past weekend and all I could think of was – Dr. Edward would fix me right up! It’s not always easy finding a doctor that you trust and know that they’ll take care of your medical needs. I will truly miss not having him as my go-to!! Next time I come down to Florida for a visit, I will definitely schedule... Read more »
Happy Patient!! Jenniffer was last modified: January 6th, 2012 by edward
“I started treatment with Dr. Scarlett just after Thanksgiving by the suggestion of my lovely wife Jennifer. Her health had improved dramatically in such a short time as a patient of Dr. Edward. I was experiencing many digestive issues related to IBS, pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. I had different ailments all my life with no idea what caused it. It was pretty bad and over time has gotten worse. After a few treatments I am more relaxed, sleeping habits have improved, appetite has improved quite a bit, pain has lessened, muscles and body not as tight ..so now I can continue life in optimum balance.” David F.
Great improvement! was last modified: October 6th, 2022 by edward
“Great improvement. I am very pleased” Bill K.
Testimonial was last modified: September 23rd, 2011 by admin
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