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For seven good years, I was the the fortunate beneficiary of Don Schiff's healing hands, his kind consideration and friendship. Every three weeks, I could depend on Don's thorough knowledge in reading my body's stress points and alleviating them through deep tissue work. In moving to another city, I was never able to find the quality of work Don had offered me, but surely hope others will benefit from my experience by requesting his services soon and often. Dale McElroyJan 30, 2012
Don Schiff has been working on me for years, since I had a car wreck that messed up my neck (and since then on many other injuries). Don has so many different techniques to work with, as he has been a clinical massage therapist for about 30 years and is always going to continuing education courses to learn more. He has helped me to remain functional and painfree no matter what I've done to myself! He is always professional and respectful, and very flexible with scheduling, - just a wonderful person to deal with.Jan 30, 2012
I have had the pleasure of knowing Donald Schiff for the past 14 years. I have enjoyed recieving massages from Don, and he has been able to address issues that no other massage therapist was able to get at. In particular, pain in my neck. I believe in Don's impeccable work so much that I have referred other massage therapists to him to get thier work done and they have reported that they have enjoyed getting thier body work done with him. I have no hesitation to recommend Don as a wonderful massage therapist.Jan 29, 2012
I have worked with Don Schiff for ten years. I have found him to be one of the best massage therapists I have ever known. He continues to study and learn more about the human body and how to keep it working smoothly. He has done more to relieve pain in my legs than pain medication will do.Jan 29, 2012
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?There are two key qualities you are looking for in a massage therapist. First, do you have rapport with the therapist, i.e. can you trust him or her? If not, don't go. You won't be able to relax enough to get any benefit from the treatment. Second, does the therapist do the kind of work you like and/or need? If you have specific needs like pain relief, there is no point in seeing a relaxation-oriented therapist. S/he probably won't help much.