BODY PHYSICS MASSAGE THERAPY located at 29 Morrish St, Port Macquarie NSW 2444, Australia

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Clariza Pearce

5 Google Rating

I can honestly say Anthony is the BEST! I've had a the worst groin, neck and lower back pain that is

5/ 5

I can honestly say Anthony is the BEST! I've had a the worst groin, neck and lower back pain that is a constant issue. Anthony got in there and fixed it. The pain is gone. Don't delay it, see him ASAP.

Harry Jones

5 Google Rating

Best massage therapist in town. I have been seeing Anthony for a while now and as an athlete I get e

5/ 5

Best massage therapist in town. I have been seeing Anthony for a while now and as an athlete I get everything I need from him. A++

Liz Attwells

5 Google Rating

One of the best massage I have had in years & Anthony is very mindful of the type & firmness you req

5/ 5

One of the best massage I have had in years & Anthony is very mindful of the type & firmness you request. From strong deep tissue to remedial & others. If you are visiting try & book ahead, as he is busy. A sign of quality!!!

XYZ Support

5 Google Rating

Anthony is an excellent Massage Therapist, I really enjoy my visits. He is strong, so I always get a

5/ 5

Anthony is an excellent Massage Therapist, I really enjoy my visits. He is strong, so I always get a good pummeling, and lets me know about sore parts that i didn't even know were tense, then they aren't tense anymore, it's great.

Cam M

5 Google Rating

Anthony Biggs is one of the most knowledgable practitioners I have visited. I travel over a hour to

5/ 5

Anthony Biggs is one of the most knowledgable practitioners I have visited. I travel over a hour to see him even though there are several closer. I have had a number of work and sports related injuries over the years but fell tangible relief when I get off the table. It is with out hesitation that I recommend him for any injury or injury prevention.

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  • Saturday12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
  • Sunday07:30 AM - 06:30 PM
  • Monday07:30 AM - 06:30 PM
  • Tuesday07:30 AM - 06:30 PM
  • Wednesday07:30 AM - 06:30 PM
  • Thursday07:30 AM - 01:00 PM
  • Friday12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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