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ZPT Spotlight: Debbie Ayers, Massage Therapist ZPT The Newsletter About Your Health And Caring For Your Body May 2018

Zionsville Physical Therapy has always been blessed by Debbie Ayers. She started working as a receptionist and PT Aide in 2000, and became certified as a massage therapist in 2001. She has taken additional coursework in Reflexology, Craniosacral Therapy, and specific electrical stimulation modalities to enhance her skills for relieving pain and tension. Her career has grown as she nowworks at two locations as amassage therapist, but we always claim Debbie as one of our own. Her kindness and expertise make her uniquely gifted. No wonder she has several loyal customers! Massage therapy is an additional service offered at ZPT, by calling Debbie directly for an appointment. The benefits of massage include: reducing stress and tension, improving circulation, relieving muscle aches and pain, strengthening the immune system, enhancing and expediting healing, improving wellbeing, and complimenting post-operative rehabilitation. Now, some questions for Debbie! Q: Why did you become interested in Massage Therapy? A: I have been interested in a holistic approach to health since my early 20’s. Then, I would enjoy giving massages to family and friends. One day someone suggested that I do massage professionally. It clicked! Q: What do you like best about providing massage for clients? A: I love helping people to get better and to maintain their health. Q: Favorite food? A: Green Chile Burritos Q: Tell us a little about your family. A: My husband,Tim, is a wonderful cook. My daughters Jamie and Megan have followed in his footsteps, so I am the lucky recipient of many delicious meals! (editor’s side note: both Jamie and Megan worked for ZPT back in their high school days, before they graduated from ZCHS in 2006 and 2009, respectively) Q: What hobbies or special interests do you have? A: I enjoy bike riding and listening to music. Taking bike

rides and being in the country is my form of freedom. Q: What is something about you that most people do not know? A: I completed the RAIN ride, a 1-day bike ride across Indiana, starting in Terre Haute and ending in Richmond. Congratulations on the amazing biking accomplishment, Debbie. And furthermore, congratulations on being the longest survivingmember of the ZPT team! For those of you who want to gain the benefits of massage therapy, stop in and pick up one of Debbie's flyers, or call the ZPT office at 317.873.2033 so that we can provide the information to schedule directly. You will thank yourself for the little piece of heaven she provides.


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