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Category: Massage & Body Work
2011-03-06
15500 WC Commons Way
Midlothian, VA
(804) 794-0445
Escape Massage has a number of massage therapists in their employ. It is a small company, with two locations in the Richmond area. My therapist was Rose, who was enormously helpful in flushing out toxins and lactic acid from my muscles and working out tension. Even though I am in a lot of pain and sensitive to touch, I was completely comfortable and amazingly pain free while she worked on me. The people there are kind and compassionate. The building is new and the whole place has a feel of luxury about it. The tables are supremely comfortable and the music if very soothing. There is a waiting area in the lobby and a private waiting area, called the transition room, where customers can go to await their therapist after checking in. The transition room has hot towels, dim lighting, relaxing music, and comfortable chairs to sit in. The employees of Escape Massage don't have very much, if any, knowledge of Lyme, but I didn't feel like that was necessary. They listened to my needs and how I was feeling and were very concerned about my well-being. A note about pricing: a 60 minute massage is $77 for nonmembers and $45 for members. If you buy a 6 month of 12 month membership, it costs $59 plus the member price of each massage. This is a great deal if you want to get a weekly massage like I did. The nonmember price for 4 massages in a month would come out to be $308, where the member price would work out to be $239 for the same thing.

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Category: Chiropractor
2011-03-06
148 Linden St Ste B-5
Wellesley, MA
(781) 235-5962
Three generations of my family have been greatly helped by Dr. Dave. He uses applied kinesiology, the gonstead technique, and the sacro-occipital technique. He has been developing and honing his techniques for over 30 years and is truly one of a kind. He is no longer taking new patients, but he has trained a replacement for himself, Dr. Lauren Adelizi, who is competent and caring. I cannot recommend this practice enough.

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BookSurge Publishing

 
Category: Books
2011-03-06
 
This is a very helpful book for treating Lyme integratively. The information is very well organized and easy to reference. The Lyme Disease Solution is a must-have resource for diagnosing and treating Lyme effectively.
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