Moses Heals When Conventional Medicine Doesn’t

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Licensed therapist Moses Eliezer works when conventional medicine doesn’t. His office is in Woodland Hills.

Licensed therapist Moses Eliezer works when conventional medicine doesn’t. His office is in Woodland Hills.

For more than 20 years, Moses Eliezer has been practicing Reiki and healing people from a variety of illnesses and ailments. He sought to develop a technique in healing that was not yet available in Southern California and then excelled. By combining massage therapy with elements of Reiki, he has attracted patients willing to travel long distances to seek treatment.

When Shirley arrived to see Moses, she had been suffering from sharp pains in her ankle. “The treatment with Moses was an indescribable experience. His unique massage technique not only relieved the pain in my ankle but he reached other problematic areas that I didn’t even think of mentioning to him. In about two days, the pain in my ankle, my back, and my wrist disappeared completely. I don’t know how Moses knows exactly where to treat. But I was impressed that I didn’t need to come back for additional treatments. I have already recommended him to my friends.”

Moses says that people often come to him when conventional medicine doesn’t help. Doctors usually give patients various pills but the pills only treat the symptoms, not the problem itself.

Jenny had suffered from migraines for many years before seeing Moses. “Moses has a very powerful gift that should be preferred over any conventional medicine or treatment. I recommend him with my whole heart to anyone. Thank you for treating my excruciatingly painful migraines.”

Moses explains: “I work as a filter on a person’s energy. I remove the energy from the painful area, and replace it with clean energy. Once the person’s energy is clean, the body starts to heal itself.”

Moses is excited to announce his new clinic in Woodland Hills. For appointments, contact him at (818) 943-7474 or go to healingbymoses.com.

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