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Fascial Treatment Center Now Open In Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG –A certified fascial wellness therapist has opened a new treatment facility in Greater Williamsburg.

Ebony “Bunny” Peterman recently opened Fascial Treatment Center. The facility offers treatment for pain, esthetic enhancement, and flexibility through fascial remodeling.

The Williamsburg office opened on Strawberry Plains Road on August 8. Peterman also has a clinic in New Kent.

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