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Sebastian Casellas: Patient from San Jose asthma and allergy chiropractic success story at Cupertino chiropractic center


Sebastian had environmental allergies since he was born. His symptoms included being allergic to grass and weather changes (air pressure). His most severe time of the year was the fall which would make him wheeze and cough. Before coming to Dubner Family Chiropractic, Sebastian was being seen by a pediatrician allergy doctor who had him on four different types of medication everyday. The medications included two different types of steroids and an inhaler.


Since he has been coming to Dubner Family Chiropractic all of his symptoms have gone away. He is now on no medication and his wheezing has gone away completely. Since he has been coming to see the doctors, he is able to play all of his sports without wheezing, breathing problems or any medication. He is able to be out in cold mornings and around grass again. Since Sebastian has gotten relief from his symptoms there is less stress for his family and Sebastian is happier.  


We are able to go on vacations to visit our family on the east coast and in Puerto Rico with Sebastian feeling fine in the humid, hot weather, and air conditioning. He is so happy to be feeling better and tells his friends to get help if they are suffering from allergies.



Sebastian Casellas and Laura Casellas (Sebastian mother)

San Jose, California

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