When Sandy Wagner first opened the doors to her Orthopedic Massage business she wasn’t thinking about numbers, sales or contracts. Wagner was only interested in one thing, improving the lives of her friends and family. With a successful practice, Wagner took another leap this week by expanding her business by offering her clients a wide range of new services.

A native of Berks County, Wagner graduated from Berks Technical Institute for Massage Therapy. Although Wagner 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.

David Green presents Sandy Wagner (left) with a plaque celebrating her business expansion.

Continuing her education, Wagner 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.

“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

Sandy Wagner and the Sensory Concepts staff pose in front of their office.

Wagner has been self-employed most of her adult life and understands the importance of maintaining good health. This has lead her to expanding her business, (originally in Leesport) to Wyomissing, and now taking over an entire building introducing a number of additional services.

To help celebrate her new success Wagner held a special open house and ribbon cutting ceremony featuring several area vendors, clients and demonstrations of a few of her latest services. In addition to Orthopedic Massages, Medical Massage and Esthetics & Waxing. Wagner now offers UltraShape, a non-invasive body-shaping procedure that uses focused, pulsed ultrasound for selective fat-cell destruction.