(A Message from Dr. Annie)
One of the best Christmas presents I received this year was an email from my old friend and colleague, Said Yaaqoub LMT.
I had first met Said when I opened my practice in 2005.
At that time he was working for Krueger Orthopedics providing all of their soft tissue needs. He quickly became the go-to provider in my network and a great friend as well.
After some years Said approached me about leaving Krueger to work together at my practice. Based on Said’s skill set, great energy and positive attitude, I knew he was going to be a perfect fit.
We shared a small clinic in my old building and grew our practices together.
I was sad to see him go and didn’t think I would see him again…regrettably, over the years I lost touch with him. I always missed his excellent work on my patients and his great attitude.
So, you can imagine my surprise and delight when I received an email out of the blue that he was coming back to Edmond’s and wanted to continue his soft tissue work at Head 2 Toe!
Without hesitation, I said we’d make room for him. We’ve converted one of our treatment rooms into a massage room and Said starts Jan.14th!
I am beyond thrilled to have you meet Said, experience his incredible massage therapy and expand how we can help you stay healed.
You can book an appointment with Said through the front desk for massage or talk to one of the doctors on your next visit to see how he fits into your treatment plan.
Dr. Annie Armstrong
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