STEFANI CLEMENTS, LicensedMassage Therapist, Medical Massage Practitioner and Personal Trainer
Hey everyone! I’m Stefani. My passion to care for others can be traced back to my pre- professional days. Whether wrapping family members up with ace bandages as a toddler, performing postural analysis on unsuspecting mall goers in high school, or studying the musculoskeletal system in my
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SPECIAL OFFER $ 88 MASSAGE
WHAT OUR PATIENTS SAY SUCCESS STORY
“The Physical Therapists werewonderful! Very professional andpersonable. Theymademe feelwelcomeandcomfortable every time I was there. Even during COVID-19 time frame, they were able to work around my needs. I highly recommend them, I felt much better and stronger after each session. If I ever need PT again, I would be happy to come back!” - Kim F. “I felt much better and stronger after each session.”
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