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May 8th, 2014 by Temple City Tribune
Dr. Nazee Rofagha, DC is hosting a free workshop on emerging new techniques for Neurological Rehabilitation and Pain Relief next Tuesday May 13, from 6:30pm-7:30pm at the Pasadena Central Library located at 285 E Walnut Street.
This informational seminar is especially relevant as May is National Stroke Awareness Month and National Fibromyalgia Awareness Day is on May 12, 2014. People suffering from Strokes and Fibromyalgia are among the many groups that can benefit from emerging new collection of non-invasive techniques that is designed to strengthen the nervous system.
Glendale resident Phyllis Parker, 72, who had a stroke when she was 29 years-old, is one of those people.
“As I grow older, problems are surfacing more and I suffer from chronic pain,” said Parker who was referred to Dr. Rofagha after she hurt her back and could not get out of bed. “It scared me. I slowly regained some strength and went to Dr. Rofagha’s office where she explained that she was trying to wake up the nerves in my body. As a doctor’s daughter, I was skeptical and had never been to a chiropractor before, let alone one who uses new non-invasive techniques. After my second session with Dr. Rofagha, I did not need any pain medication.”