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    ‘Please Help My Daughter’s Surgery’

    Henny Chanina, whose 5 year old daughter Ester was born with a skull which closed prematurely, is asking for help for a critical and expensive surgery. Full Story, Video

    Mrs. Rivka Korf, 75, OBM

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    Joe
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    Joe

    BS”D How mail a check

    To #1
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    To #1

    Call 347.565.4943
    Email [email protected]
    Or visit at 198 Utica Ave in Brooklyn, NYC

    Tehillim
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    Tehillim

    Name for Tehillim?

    Empathizing
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    Empathizing

    Iy”H all will turn out well. I’ll be happy To contribute, but must share a personal experience. One of my children had the same problem and we were told she needed surgery. We took her to an osteopathic doctor who specialized in cranial work and he corrected the problem 100% was with no surgery. Now, our daughter was much younger than your dear Neshamaleh but you (and everyone else in this situation) owe it to your child to consult an osteopath before moving forward with the procedure. Bsuros tovos and May you have many happy and healthy years of nachas… Read more »

    Thank you!
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    Thank you!

    For giving us the zchus to participate.

    May the operation be with much Hatslacha.

    Boruch N. Hoffinger
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    Boruch N. Hoffinger

    I’m Henny’s father #4. Todah for insight.
    I once went to a chiropractor and in one minute he told.me I was hypoglycemic. There are MDs who also use this technique of Knieseology (Muscle Testing). A standard test for this condition takes two doctor’s visits and blood drawing.
    So, who’s ‘advanced?’

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    Osteopaths and chiropractors are totally different! Osteopaths have the HUGE added benefit of going to medical school, and being trained like regular doctors as well, so they know if and when surgery is truly necessary. Please visit one today!

    Hashgacha pratis
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    Hashgacha pratis

    Just saw today’s video of the Rebbe interacting with kids. May it be a zechus for Ester

    Response to #4
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    Thank you for you warm words of encouragement and support. When Ester was born we researched many venues in which we can possibly help her before going for her first surgery. Her craniosynostosis was very serious and we were repeatedly told that the only way to ‘fix’ this is through surgery.
    There are many variations of how craniosynostosis affects the facial makeup.
    I just pulled this off the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health website:
    osteopathy has no place in the treatment of craniosynostosis ; the latter belong to malformations, completely distinct from postural deformations.

    All the best,

    Henny, Ester’s mommy

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