Bodyworx Massage located at 82 Limpus St, Urangan QLD 4655, Australia

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Harry Dhillon

4 Google Rating

Friendly service and great massage

4/ 5

Friendly service and great massage

Brooke Allwood

5 Google Rating

I cannot recommend Anthony highly enough! I've been suffering with chronic back pain and headaches

5/ 5

I cannot recommend Anthony highly enough! I've been suffering with chronic back pain and headaches for the last 10+ years and after feeling like I had tried everything with little to no success I found Bodyworx. Five months in to treatment and I'm happy to say I'm seeing improvements; less headaches (almost none!), a marked reduction in pain and an improved quality of life. I've still got a long way to go but I'm finally feeling confident that eventually I will be pretty much pain free! Anthony is honest and upfront with treatment goals and expectations. He is thorough in his approach to improving health and really knows what he's talking about. If you're struggling with pain and you feel like you've tried everyone and everything - give Anthony a go! You won't be disappointed.

Wood Duck

5 Google Rating

Anthony really knows his stuff. Highly recommend :)

5/ 5

Anthony really knows his stuff. Highly recommend :)

Jordan Labudda

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Johanna Williams

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

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