Dominic Ryan from Colliers International kindly invited us to be part of “The Plug” which showcases some of our local Toowoomba businesses. (For those of you who know Sonja’s aversion to cameras and public speaking in general, you can probably imagine that a blood pressure monitor would have made for interesting reading that day!)
If you would like to see her camera skills, you can simply click on the link… https://www.facebook.com/DominicRyanSells/videos/1560753680612333/
Health Industry Laws make it difficult for us to run a special offer for The Plug, so instead, we raffled a Chiropractic Memory Foam Pillow with all proceeds going to the Pyjama Foundation, an organisation that helps give children in foster care the opportunity to change the direction of their lives through learning.
Thanks again to Dominic Ryan/Colliers International and “The Plug” and to all of you helping to raise funds for wonderful causes like The Pyjama Foundation.
Don’t forget that Remedial Massage Therapy is available in our Toowoomba practice.
Introducing Stacey Marshall Dip. RMT
I have lived in Toowoomba for the last 14 years after moving from the Sunshine Coast. During my time on the Coast I worked as a property manager in Mooloolaba and found the profession particularly demanding. With a young family I decided a less stressful career path was for me.
After completing my Diploma of Remedial Massage in Toowoomba and Brisbane, I realised I was drawn more to the clinical side of remedial therapy, such as injury recovery, rehabilitation and muscle tension release more than the relaxation side of massage. Having clients walk into my treatment room in pain and walk out pain-free is immensely satisfying. Having clients who have been able to cancel shoulder surgery after receiving successful remedial therapy shows how effective remedial massage can be.
As a long-time recipient of chiropractic care, combining remedial massage and chiropractic was a natural progression for me. My clients see far greater results from combining the two than simply massage alone. I’m a firm believer in dealing with aches and pains as they occur, rather than ignoring the discomfort or popping a pain-killer. Regular remedial massage treatments will help keep those annoying aches and pains at bay, so pain medication hopefully won’t be necessary. My clients range from toddlers to the elderly and everyone in between. My therapy is always personalised for each client depending on their needs. Whether it be remedial, sports, deep tissue or relaxation massage, I will work with you to find the best treatment for you and your family.
If you would like an appointment for remedial massage with Stacey in our Toowoomba practice, please contact her directly on 0427004591
Our repairs from our little “car incident” are now pretty much completed…
Thank you to our glaziers, floor repairers, graphic artists, sign writers, models and to all of you who helped us out and persevered with some of our more noisy repairs. We hope you like our new look!
Our Toowoomba practice had an eventful Wednesday afternoon when a slightly wayward car landed in our shopfront window. We were very lucky it happened at lunchtime when no patients were in reception and Debbie was not at the front desk. Thankfully no one was hurt and the driver escaped without injury. To the driver, we are just very glad you are ok!
Sincere thanks go to all our Emergency Services, Tow Truck drivers, Glass Tradespeople, Centre Management, our trusty Centre Cleaner and of course Debbie for swift and efficient handling of all the necessary clean up and rearranging.
Thank you to those of you who were inconvenienced on Wednesday and without question moved your appointments to another day. Thank you also to those of you who have contacted us to check on us and give offers of help (and given plenty of cheek in the meantime to keep us looking at the funny side!)
We will have some delay before we will have new glass frontage but in the meantime, YES WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL. Please come in and see us and excuse our more rustic image while we get the building back into perfect shape.
PS. Deb’s new uniform!