- Tryon Therapeutic Massage2753 Lynn Rd. Suite C
Tryon, NC 28782
Days of Operation
Tue, Wed Fri, SatAvailable by appointment only.
I had suffered from sciatica off and on for a couple of years. When the pain would hit, it was difficult to get up from a sitting position or to sit from a standing position. It took three sessions with Autumn, but by the end of the third session, the pain... Read more »Dear Autumn, I was writing to thank you for all your help in getting me back to where I could enjoy my life again. After 3 back surgeries I was not able to enjoy the things I once could. Riding and showing horses is my love and now I am able... Read more »
Autumn is amazing! I have had a litany of acute and chronic problems and her expertise in both Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and Orthopedic Acupuncture has given me significant relief.
I see autumn regularly myself and also refer patients to her who are equally well satisfied.
I recommend treatment by Autumn... Read more »
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