San Francisco acupuncturist goes with Avada

Clean, lean and stunning: a San Francsico health practitioner uses the power of Avada to take his health and well-being practice to the next level.

Let’s break it down real simple:

  1. Be Well
  2. Be Strong
  3. Be Great

Hmm, sums it up for me. Andreas Schwerte is more than an acupuncturist and he wanted to bring out that “larger than self” brand through his website. With some carefully selected photography and a reorganization of his content, we have a professional but passionate play of his strengths.

Read his testimonials: he transforms people. They couldn’t have a baby, then they have a baby. They didn’t believe in any of “this eastern medicine stuff,” now they swear by it.

“Your work activates the healer within and allows the body to find its natural balance. What a wonderful feeling.”

It just goes on and on. His work was transforming people so we brought his website up to the same stratosphere that he deserves. Go check out his new site and let us know what you think. If you need any help with, well, any health issue, at least give Andreas a try.


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  1. […] San Francisco acupuncturist goes with Avada (May 24) […]

  2. Matt S. May 28, 2016 at 6:15 pm - Reply

    Yeah, the site looks great!

  3. James Katt July 30, 2016 at 2:38 pm - Reply

    The blog part of the doctor’s website was really bad. It isn’t a blog format. He cites an article as new when it was 5 years old. The blog posts have no date. Obviously, the blog has languished and he is too busy to write for it.

  4. cemera360 January 15, 2017 at 11:04 pm - Reply

    Here is a good idea. a clean site. thank you for your opinion.

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