The massage wasn't bad. But the uninvited 15 minute lecture afterward (from the massage therapist, not the doctor) completely ruined the experience. Don't make assumptions about what your clients eat or drink or how they exercise. If it's important to the treatment, ASK. Just digging in and lecturing isn't going to win you any fans. And seriously, after I cut you off from the totally random ""why fish isn't the best protein source"" lecture by telling you I'm vegan, telling me that veganism is a religion and an eating disorder, and going on to tell me how I can heal my body and regrow the enzymes to start digesting animal products again...? Both bad science and terrible people skills right there. And all while I was still undressed and under the sheet trying to relax at the end of my massage. You better believe I won't be coming back. And that I will tell anyone who asks about my awful experience in your office.
Pros: decent massage, easily accessible by bus
Cons: pathetic bedside manner