No massage therapy is created equal to Therapeutic Kneads. What sets these therapists apart is their outstanding knowledge of the human anatomy and overall health and well-being. In fact, it was the owner at Therapeutic Kneads, Sandy Saldano, who first diagnosed my perplexing health issues. She knew years before any physician that I had fibromyalgia. I credit her and her therapists with helping me get back on my feet.
I was already a client when, about six years ago, I was in an auto accident and hospitalized for bleeding ulcers during a time when I was commuting between the Midwest and the Southeast nursing my terminally ill mother. Obviously, tremendously stressful. But when about a year later, I had deteriorated to the point where I no longer was able to shop, garden or even do laundry, Sandy made her diagnosis. And brought me back to functioning, so that today, I am doing more than ever; running two businesses, volunteering, doing all my own housework and gardening.
During this recovery, it is so wonderful that if Sandy is out of the office, I can choose any one of five or six therapists to get the same deep tissue massage that detoxes me and relieves my pain. Or, if I am having a really bad time, the therapist comes to my home. Therapeutic Kneads provides truly personalized therapy—what’s right for me on that particular day. I have found that the packages are the most economical, and prepaying not only gives me one massage free, but also motivates me to stay with my wellness plan.
I also purchase Shaklee products, which are non-toxic and fragrance free, very important to me, as well as many other items as gifts for friends and family. But what they really want is a Therapeutic Kneads gift card, which I can buy online. Therapeutic Kneads is part of my staying well.
Pros: Controls fibro pain, improves sleep and flexibility
Cons: Wish I could go three times a week