"I was severely injured with numerous broken bones, contusions and muscular distress when I got broad sided by a truck while riding my bicycle in 2002. The accident also aggravated a previous lower back injury. After 2 years of intense physical therapy, recovery, and settlement with the insurance company, I was looking for help to continue my own maintenance since there was continued pain and stiffness, especially in my left upper shoulder. I went Lexington Healing Arts for a massage. As good fortune would have it, Elizabeth Slone was my massage therapist, during her time of hands-on practice, finishing her requirements for graduating from massage school. I learned later that she was somewhat apprehensive to work on me based on my previous injuries. However, during our first session, she was able to move my shoulder blade back into place, moving it about half an inch in the process. With the dramatic movement and how much she was able to help me, it may have been a turning point in her decision to concentrate her practice on therapeutic/healing massage. Since then she has been a total partner in my continued therapy and rehabilitation. Elizabeth had learned neuromuscular therapy massage on the shoulder, in a bodywork course, and relieved a majority of a nagging pain, earlier this year, that had lingered eight years after the accident. At the same time, a significant range of motion was increased that had been limited before that break through."
"I heartily recommend Elizabeth Slone for her skills, natural talent, intuitiveness, technical abilities, attitude, professionalism, and dedication for helping improve the well being, pain relief, mobility, muscle tightness, flexibility, and overall continued maintenance in order to live the most effective and vibrant life possible."