Similar to old pennies, environmental toxins are ubiquitous, harmful if swallowed, and may contain trace amounts of Abraham Lincoln. Shed old vestiges with today's Groupon to Westchase Physical Therapy & Medical Supply. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get a 60-minute BioMat treatment (a $60 value).
- For $32, you get a 60-minute massage (a $65 value).
- For $45, you get a 75-minute Cymatherapy treatment (a $90 value).
Patricia Hoover lavishes respite seekers with her brand of Cyma Wellness therapy techniques. The healing process begins with a 15-minute consultation to determine ailments, goals, and potential outcomes before Patricia customizes an appropriate method and settles on the corresponding Seinfeld episode. Customers can opt to feel the healing compression of a BioMat blanket, which mends injured muscles and releases toxic frenemies through body-penetrating negative ions, infrared rays, and crystals. Time spent wrapped in the BioMat can be adjusted depending on how ill or injured a patient is or how many sweaters they are wearing. Blending Hawaiian Lomi Lomi techniques with Swedish relaxation strokes, a 60-minute massage eases muscles and minds with firm, gliding movements and flowing, Bhakti energy.
A Cymatherapy machine emits magnetic energy and sound therapy culled from purring refrigerators through a wand that is pressed against troubled areas. Depending on the body's issue, Patricia can customize frequencies to lull patients into a relaxing slumber or rouse spirits into a vigor paralleled only by jumping into a pool filled with ice-cold energy drinks. Results vary but some claim to feel the effects immediately whereas others need a few days in order to deem themselves new.
Origin Story: Welcome to the Machine
In a former life, Patricia Hoover was a computer programmer whose interests in raw veganism and holistic medicine led her to witness a man with a broken bone experience a remarkably swift recovery after a session with a Cymatherapy machine. Patricia founded Cyma Wellness in 2007 when she acquired her own machine and started out by indulging her friends with free treatments. She soon received her license in massage therapy; she started practicing at Westchase Physical Therapy & Medical Supply after she pulled a muscle while training for a half-marathon and became a patient right when they were seeking a massage therapist.