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  • 1.St Marys Health Center

    3525 Country Club Dr

    Jefferson City,MO

    25.44 mi

  • 2.St Mary's Urgent Care

    2511 W Edgewood Dr

    Jefferson City,MO

    26.57 mi

    (2)

    Mon - Sat. 9-7Sundays 9-5

  • 3.St Mary's Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation

    1241 W Stadium Blvd

    Jefferson City,MO

    26.67 mi

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11/18/2014
By: Joe H.
Jody Floor Lmt
This woman smelled terrible forcing me to hold my breath at times. About 5 minutes in, she suggested this could turn into a more fun massage for a little extra cash. I declined stating I was married (trust me if you saw her you would get it) That didn't seem to bother her at all in fact she became more persistent trying to convince me she could out do my wife. I was disgusted, by the smell & the offer. When it finally sunk in she gave the worst possible service imaginable. Very hungry for attention, extremely desperate
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