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Nelson completes myofascial seminar

4:36 PM, May 8, 2013  |  Comments
Licensed massage therapist Joshua Nelson, Sturgeon Bay, right, recently completed clinical training with physical therapist John F. Barnes at The Sanctuary, a nationally acclaimed physical therapy pain center, in Malvern, Penn. Nelson completed 40 hours of training April 15-19, working alongside Barnes and the myofascial release staff as they treated patients and therapists from around the world. He received technical instruction and immediate personal feedback by Barnes and staff to advance his skill level and ability. Nelson is available by appointment in Sturgeon Bay and can be reached at (920) 585-3122.
Licensed massage therapist Joshua Nelson, Sturgeon Bay, right, recently completed clinical training with physical therapist John F. Barnes at The Sanctuary, a nationally acclaimed physical therapy pain center, in Malvern, Penn. Nelson completed 40 hours of training April 15-19, working alongside Barnes and the myofascial release staff as they treated patients and therapists from around the world. He received technical instruction and immediate personal feedback by Barnes and staff to advance his skill level and ability. Nelson is available by appointment in Sturgeon Bay and can be reached at (920) 585-3122.
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