Keri's Therapeutic Massage and Skincare Accepting New Patients




Keri Thompson, LMT offers a variety of pampering spa treatments as well as a full range of medical massage therapy designed to alleviate symptoms related to stress, injury, accidents and chronic pain. Conditions may include: sciatica, carpel tunnel, scoliosis, chronic headaches, neck/ back pain as well as the effects of lifestyle stress and habits.

Each session is tailored to the preferences of the patient. Thompson uses a variety of techniques including: Postural Assessment/Alignment, Neuromuscular Therapy, Orthopedic Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofacial Technique, Cupping and Swedish/Relaxation. "Our lives and circumstances are ever changing," says Thompson. "Patient needs differ from session to session. Open communication, flexibility and a trusting relationship are invaluable."

Keri's Therapeutic Massage and Skincare also offers Anti-Aging Facials, Acne Treatments, and Chemical Peels.

Keri's Therapeutic Massage and Skincare is offering $10 off your first massage or skincare session through April 1, 2019. They are located in the Viera Business Center at 5595 Schenck Ave #7, Rockledge. Call 727-457-7462 for a free consultation and appointment or visit KerisTherapeuticMassage.com.

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