"As a retired military captain and former corpsman, I'm proud to treat our Veterans. My methodology was developed by combining my knowledge of
western medical technology, oriental medicine and acupuncture theory. As a result, I pursued acupuncture to be able to provide integrated treatment
for a variety of conditions."
Helping Veterans Defeat Pain
If you are a military veteran who suffers from chronic pain or any painful condition, Dr. Donald Snow can help to eliminate your pain and improve
your quality of life. As a retired military medical service officer with postings across the world, Dr. Snow is dedicated to helping fellow
veterans by providing effective, customized treatment plans to eliminate pain.
Dr. Snow’s military service was instrumental in helping him to develop a drug-free, integrated approach to healing by combining acupuncture, electromagnetic
therapy and Eastern herbal medicine. He gained invaluable experience and medical knowledge while serving for 21 years in the U.S. Army and
U.S. Navy & Marine Corps. Over the years, his experience and expertise encompassed patient care, disease research and the research and
development of medical equipment. In fact, Dr. Snow designed two pieces of medical field equipment that are still being used by the U.S. military
A native of south Louisiana, Dr. Snow founded his pain treatment center in 2007 after retiring from military service. Over the years, he has helped
a number of veterans overcome chronic pain – and he truly believes that helping fellow veterans is among his most rewarding work.
It’s important to understand that the focus of Dr. Snow’s treatments is on the actual elimination of pain – not “pain management.” When you visit
the CoRelief Center, Dr. Snow will conduct in-depth, personalized research to develop an ideal course of treatment that is customized to your
unique medical condition and needs. This personalized protocol has been proven to be highly effective in eliminating pain caused by injuries
or various medical conditions.
As of October 2018 -- The U.S. department of Veteran Affairs is reporting that CoRelief Center patients are seeing a 85% success rate.