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Natural health clinic opens


© St. Petersburg Times, published March 28, 2001

Optimum Health Naturally has opened at 6387 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. Services include chiropractic care, acupuncture, massage, yoga and nutritional counseling. Staffers include Kimberly Porter, chiropractic physician, Christine and Thomas Bauer, both acupuncture physicians and massage therapists, and Janis Sommers, massage therapist.

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Richard L. Sanchez has been named vice president of business development for MED IS of Pinellas Park, an information systems company for eye care professionals. Before the appointment, he was chief development officer and director at Vision 21 in Largo. He also served as president of RLS Management, Pinellas Park.

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Stephanie Steeves has been named gallery manager at Sign of the Dolphin in Madeira Beach. Before joining the business, Steeves served as manager of the Rolling Pin at Tyrone Square Mall.

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Byron C. Smith has been named partner at Sharer & Stuart, an accounting firm in St. Petersburg. Smith is on the boards of the Salvation Army, the Spring of Tampa Bay, University of South Florida's Planned Giving Committee and the Tampa Hillsborough County Youth Council.

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Bonnie Davis has announced the opening of Absolute Massage, 5700 Central Ave., St. Petersburg. Davis specializes in deep tissue massage therapy. She has worked as a therapist at Bay Area Wellness Center for three years. Absolute Massage is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

- Please send your business news items to Piper Jones Castillo, Neighborhood Times, P.O. Box 1121, St. Petersburg, FL 33731; e-mail: Phone number: 893-8827.

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