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La oficina de Doc Livwel está ubicada en un área industrial en East Boca Raton, Florida.

Nuestro enfoque es enfocarnos solo en un cliente (o grupo) a la vez, por lo que no hay tiempo de espera en su cita.

No importa cuál sea su motivo personal para visitarnos, se tratará de manera profesional y exclusiva.

Si tiene alguna pregunta, no dude en llamar a nuestro equipo y estaremos encantados de abordar cualquiera de sus inquietudes.

Nos complace anunciar que hemos abierto una segunda ubicación en Atlanta, Georgia. Solo contáctenos para programar  una cita !

200 Oeste Camino Real - Suite 200P

Boca Ratón 33432
Teléfono: 561.672.5168

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¡Gracias por enviar!

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Board Certified

American Association of Drugless Practitioners Code of Ethics

Russell "Doc" Livwel is Recognized as an Expert in the field of Health 


  • Practice the healing power of “drugless” methodologies;

  • Practice to do no harm;

  • Maintain the highest standards of professional and personal conduct;

  • Refuse to participate in unethical procedures;

  • Promise to be aware of, and abide by all state and local laws;

  • To be honest with my clients, offering the best products, services, and information possible;

  • To be ready to consult and seek the talents of other health care professionals when such consultation would benefit my client;

  • Do not exceed my scope of practice, either in abilities or by law;

  • To be up-to-date on all information I give my clients, and to continue my education.


Forgiveness means to completely erase all recollection or remembrance of the act from the mind or cease to regard the deed as an evil one. In the first stage one ceases to verbalize the issue. Then one ceases to allow one’s mind to dwell on the issue or one changes one's attitude to the occurrence. Know that each limited human being, is doing the best they can, with the understanding they have, and if they do you wrong, it is because they know no better. Forgive them. The thought that “no, it does not matter” whatever another do, form a sort of principle to adopt in life. The thought “either I deserve it or they know no better” allows the mind to tolerate all and let it go.



Gratitude means to feel appreciation for what we have and receive. One ceases to allow one's mind to dwell on “what is not” and then one chooses to dwell on “what is”. The first lesson that we can learn in the path of thankfulness is to forget what we do for another, and remember only what good any other has done for us. Gratefulness is best adorned by the subtlety of expression. In thanksgiving, one word of thanks is sufficient. If we answer every little deed of kindness with appreciation, we develop in our nature the spirit of gratefulness, and gratefulness in the character, is like fragrance in the flower, it attracts favor, forgiveness, and mercy.

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