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  We feel that we make many of our client's lives significantly more enjoyable by reducing or eliminating their pain. Whether you are a sufferer of maladies such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJD), Back pain, Sciatica, Fibromyalgia (FMS), or Migraines; or are an avid athlete sidelined by injury; we know that freedom from pain makes all the difference in your life.

The following short stories have been volunteered by some of our satisfied clients.

Vaho & Marybeth Iagorashvili Olympic Pentathletes
Monday, December 01, 2003
 
I, on behalf of my family, am happy to recommend Lois Pearson as a massage therapist. Allow me to introduce us both.

My husband, Vaho, and I are Olympic athletes that have been training in the San Antonio area for five years now. We compete in Modern Pentathlon; a unique sport that combines five very different events that test every aspect of athletic prowess. We shoot (air pistol), fence (epee), swim (200m), ride (unfamiliar horse on a 4 foot stadium jumping course), and run (3000m), in one day. This is our full-time job right now as, needless to say; it is an all-consuming task to master these five sports.

Vaho has already qualified for the 2004 U.S. Olympic team. This will be his third Olympics, in his third decade of competing, for his third country. He won the bronze medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympics for the Soviet Union. In 1996, Vaho competed for his home country of Georgia. In 2004, at a very young 40, he will compete for his adopted country, the USA. I hope to qualify for my second Olympic team this spring. Competing on the 2000 US team in Sydney was an awesome experience and I feel proud to have finished fourth overall. We are both looking forward to competing together in Athens, where the Olympic movement began so long ago.

Recently, we were referred to Lois Pearson, and have been going to see her twice a week since. Her attention to our bodyís ability to function, as well as our physical structure, impressed me. Immediately, I felt as if her experience and care would keep our bodies functioning at a level necessary for us to perform at the next Olympic Games. Everyone knows that athletic endeavors do not get any easier with age and we are both thankful to have Lois on our team. Loisí work helps us to recover much faster than without therapy and she also repairs the damage we do everyday.

Even if we werenít Olympic level athletes, I would go to Lois for massage therapy. Her sweet and generous spirit is inspiring and she certainly has the gift of touch. Whether your goal is to decrease stress, decrease pain, or to improve quality of life, I would recommend you to try Lois Pearson.

Please feel free to contact us with any further questions or inquiries.
Sincerely,

Mary Beth Larsen-Iagorashvili, DC
Vaho Iagorashvili
 





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