FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 24, 2018
Grand Opening of The Real You Physical Therapy!
Once On The Road, Francie Marzec Now Has Her Own PT Clinic
AMHERST, NY – Amherst Chamber of Commerce President/CEO A.J. Baynes announces the Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening of The Real You Physical Therapy at 9060 Main Street in Clarence.
This is the first location for owner Francie Marzec, who is also a travelling physical therapist, meeting clients in their own homes or offices.
“We are proud to see our Chamber member take the leap and open her own clinic for physical therapy,” says Baynes. “Francie will be able to help so many more patients at this site, and we wish her great success as she grows her business.”
“Our bodies are so good at protecting us, but often they forget to go back to their natural, youthful and unrestricted state. Your defense mechanisms can create tightness and pain. Your body won’t have to guess if I help you. At your first session, changes will be outwardly obvious. Muscles soften and feel freer, reducing your pain and making you feel like a younger version of yourself. This is why my patients often say my hands are ‘magic’. As a patient myself for 2 years, I completely understand what recovery feels like and am very passionate about giving this gift to others. Come try a very different version of Physical Therapy and experience the changes yourself.”
Marzec’s focus is hands-on treatment. Through touch, she can assess your body's condition and provide treatment, returning your body closer to its natural true state where functioning is easier and often less painful.
Francie specializes in treating back and neck pain, migraines, hip and knee pain, TMJ, pelvic floor issues and many more.
Join us for the Ribbon Cutting!
WHAT: The Real You Physical Therapy
WHERE: 9060 Main St., Clarence
WHEN: Tuesday, April 24
Amherst Chamber of Commerce
It is the mission of the Amherst Chamber of Commerce to nurture a strong economic base in the Buffalo Niagara Region, thereby making it possible for members of the community to grow and prosper. The Chamber seeks to maintain a high quality of life and promote a sound public policy for the region. With a membership exceeding 3,000, we are committed to partnering with our members to provide ownership in developing marketing driven programs and services.
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