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Owner Joe Kelley with his wife Dr. Maritsa Kelley.

By Michelle Spitzer

A new wellness clinic focusing on patients’ brains, minds, and bodies opens this week in Parkland.

Om Center for Wellness, located at 7375 N. State Road 7, opens its doors with a grand opening celebration on Thursday, Feb 17 from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. The event will include food, music, raffles, and gifts. 

Attendees will get a chance to see the space and hear about all the services offered. They include cryotherapy, infrared sauna, bio-mat, cryo slimming, reiki, life coaching, personal development courses, and neurofeedback. 

We really provide a boutique service,” said owner Joe Kelley who owns the practice with his wife, Dr. Maritsa Kelley. “We treat our clients like family and do our best to make sure that they feel the love we put into our services.”

Maritsa is a licensed mental health counselor who has been working in the wellness space for nearly 20 years, while her husband Joe is a Life Coach and NLP practitioner. Their goal is to treat cognitive weakness and brain-related concerns without medication. 

Some may recognize the business from its previous location on Wiles Rd. in Coral Springs. Joe and Maritsa recently moved to MiraLago in Parkland and decided to open their business where they live. 

Joe said, “We are really excited to be here and to provide quality services to our neighbors in Parkland.”

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Michelle Spitzer
Michelle Spitzer
Michelle Spitzer grew up in Coral Springs, attending Westchester Elementary, Ramblewood Middle, and J.P. Taravella High. She attended the University of Florida and has been a journalist for nearly two decades. As a reporter and editor for The Associated Press and USA Today, she’s covered everything from U.S. Presidents to shuttle launches to Jamie Foxx’s New Year’s Eve party.
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