Sensory Concepts Orthopedic and Medical Massage is a Professional Member of the American Massage Therapy Association and the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
“We live in a society that is so quick to mask the symptoms with medications rather than get to the actual problem. My goal is to help you improve your quality of life by decreasing your pain and increasing your movement through pain free treatment.” ~ Sandy Wagner
Owner, Licensed Massage Therapist
Sandy Wagner is a native of Berks County, PA and has kept her roots close to home. She is a graduate of the Berks Technical Institute Program for Massage Therapy. Although Sandy specializes in Orthopedic Massage, her other areas of training include many forms of Therapeutic Massage such as Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Pregnancy, Myofacial Release, and Reflexology. She continued her education with Sylvia Seward for Reiki. Sandy has also studied under James Waslaski for Orthopedic Massage, completing all of his seminars including the upper, lower, and intensive courses, putting her on his list of preferred practitioners.
Sandy has been self-employed most of her adult life. She understands the importance of maintaining good health and having to perform when there is no one there to back you up! Sandy welcomes you to call with any questions about Sensory Concepts Orthopedic and Medical Massage or to schedule an appointment with her.
“I am a woman in her 40’s who rarely goes to the doctor. Unfortunately, I’ve had continual discomfort in my knee for several months. The pain often ruled how my days were spent. After hearing good reviews about Sensory Concepts I decided to schedule an appointment. Sandy got me in right away, took time to explain how my knee was aggravated, and worked on muscles I never knew I had. She also gave me easy stretches to do at home so my muscles wouldn’t tighten up. Sandy used “gentle” hands to ensure I wasn’t having any more pain as she loosened areas associated with my knee. My knee now feels great!! Thank you Sandy!
“I have a sway back, scoliosis, and Lyme disease. Last May I started having hip pain and didn’t know why. I went to Sensory Concepts for a chair massage and started talking to Sandy about my other concerns. She told me how my low shoulder is affecting my hip and worked on several areas for me. Not only does Sandy loosen things up and settle the inflammation down, she showed me stretches help the in-between times. Now I’m walking without a limp and helping myself by stretching during the week. I feel so much better!”