Robert Rowen, MD and Terri Su, MD
Terri Su, MD and Robert Rowen, MD
Drs. Rowen and Su, a married couple with a single vision of patients actually healing, have a combined experience of well over 60 years in the field of integrative medicine. They have attended medical meetings worldwide, and have traveled worldwide to share their knowledge and experience, especially in the field of oxidative medicine. The above picture is of a successful single treatment taught in India by the couple to an open-minded hospital staff. Here, a patient (pictured with her orthopedic surgeon and Dr. Su) experienced total relief in mere seconds from a frozen shoulder.
Dr. Rowen graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hopkins University (1971), followed by medical school at the University of California at San Francisco San Francisco (1975). He has been board certified and recertified by the American Boards of Family Practice and Emergency Medicine. He also served on the Alaska State Medical Board. Dr. Rowen is affectionately known as "The Father of Medical Freedom" for pioneering the nation's first law protecting alternative medicine in 1990, in Alaska.
If you are interested in a personal phone consultation with Dr. Rowen or Dr. Su, please call their administration in California at 1-707-578-7787 (10 a.m. - 3 p.m. PT, Mon.-Thurs.) for a schedule and rates.
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Drs. Rowen and Su can provide testimonials from both patients and physicians they have trained upon request. However they feel the best testimonials will come from you actually witnessing the "miracles" that can occur using integrative methods. Please see some of these yourself at:
Dr. Su is a long practicing integrative physician, originally trained as a nurse! Her interests are all aspects of integrative medicine. She is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of UCLA and graduated UC Irvine Medical School in 1979. Following medical school, she trained in Family Practice. Dr. Su was educated in acupuncture in China in the 1980s and still actively practices the art.