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A lot of men and women pass this concrete stucco appearing office on the strip mall. Most people who pass may go to the pub next door to Dr. Mason's chiropractic office. Nobody pays much attention to a place where all of the windows are non tinted dark using a door that has the term doctor on it. People only look for physicians when they are hurt or ill. I am sure the lighted Budlight sign flashing and odor of food bring more people. It was different than what I expected from a physician's office. Surprisingly the roof was flat not pointed like most offices rather than a really tall building. I expected lots of stones, small bushes close to the doorway, smooth concrete building with little indentions for decoration, metal plaque within the cement and the region to be surrounded by additional doctor offices. I was worried since I stepped over the curb and on the side walk into the entrance. "What if she's really busy or rude," I believed, "But massage therapist are often nice and calm." The doorway was typical height and swung open very easily. Within the practice it smelled crisp and was trendy. The sun shined through the windows in which the shade was raised. All the walls were painted in a slight off-white colour. Instead of the normal vinyl or tile flooring rug was utilized. The freestanding reception desk was in an open space with plants, filing cabinets, and a backup machine near it. Behind the desk was a full height wall that shifted to a chest height wall. From the open office you will find two chiropractic tables, which have been separated by a wall that's about chest height. On the other side of this room is a grip station, two stretching machines, a massage chair. In the lobby section of the open office you will find two flat screen TVs and lots of children movies...