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Medical Rehab Orlando, Rehabilitation Services, Life Care Planning - Medical Rehab Orlando: Paul M. Deutsch & Associates has been a leader in the field of Life Care Planning, Education and Research, and Rehabilitation Services.

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  • Joey Cervantes - Good if you got seepage

    Used this to stop an oil leak in a 2007 JKUR leak was in a hard to see/reach area. I did an oil change and substituted 1.5 bottles of this and added the remainder of oil capacity. After a few miles I no longer see oil stains in driveway.

  • noah677 - DO NOT BUY THIS KIT if you own a camaro ZL1 MODIFIED 7/20/13

    This kit does not work in the Camaro ZL1, at least if you have the back up sensors and camera. I have had years of experience in installing these kind of things in cars. Installed properly, it set off all bells and lights, radio not work, back system dead. Fortunately all returned to normal upon removing it. I bought mine from Southern Corvette Parts located in GA. Make sure whoever you buy from has a good return policy

  • Biblio Fillie - total transformation FOR THE PARENT

    Having tried a BoysTown therapists, and BoysTown parenting class, and still living with a defiant, very angry 14 year old daughter, I decided to purchase this product. I read many of the reviews first, and decided I had to at least give it a try.

  • Christine Carlson - It is the "next" step.

    The auditing aspect was a different coding mind set, and it deepened my understanding---it's a bit like deconstructing coding. I always like Buck's teaching approach: a lot of words to make sure you "get" it.

  • Julia - never thought I'd like an "As seen on TV" product...

    I never trust those products they hawk on informercials. Yes, they are intriguing to watch, but there is something very "side show" about them. Must buy on TV, shipping and handling rates are high, and if you want to return the product will the company be around or even refund your money? But like many of those commercials, it caught my attention, so I watched. I was impressed with the "5 years in the making" and that the make-up expert put her name on the product, which gave it a bit more credibility, instead of a no-name product and endorsement.