Therapeutic Touch Practice Opens in Naples
Merna M. Campbell
Merna M. Campbell, a specialist in Therapeutic Touch, is welcoming new clients with discount rates beginning November 1 at her new office at 3811 Airport Road, Suite 101, in Naples. The method, practiced by nurses and healers through the ages, promotes healing through restoring the natural equilibrium of the seven energy fields that surround the body by allowing the energy to flow and restore itself to its natural fields.
Instead of needles, this method, which is similar to acupuncture, uses touch to naturally direct energy. In a world of medicines and injected substances, it offers a pure and natural method to promote relaxation, healing and relief from pain. Benefits may also include greater pain control, vitality and balance. Campbell is credentialed by the Florida Board of Nurses and is seeking certification by the American Holistic Nurses Association.
For more information or to make an appointment, call 239-298-1244.
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