Jeff Mahadeen LMT, Certified Structural Integrator, NCBTMB is the owner of the Muscular Wellness Treatment Center and Muscular Wellness Institute.
I have been studying manual therapy for close to 20 years. Yikes, where did the time go? Throughout my career, I have been looking for the most effective ways to treat soft tissue dysfunctions within the body.
I specialize in problems with postural / muscle imbalances (neck pain, rounded shoulders, excessive curves of the back, shoulder pain. hip pain, SI joint pain) and maladies that cause an excess of fibrous build-up (plantar fasciitis, frozen shoulder, whiplash syndrome, ITB syndrome to name a few).
Since 1998, I have been involved with high level medical/therapeutic training, all in the hope of trying to find the best and most effective ways to treat soft tissue dysfunction. I have been working with a number of doctors throughout the areas, and they are refreshed by my medical / extremely therapeutic approach to the body. Many call my treatment methodology the go-between approach regarding physical therapy and massage therapy.
I view the body as a holistic totality. When I treat the body, I may have to treat the weakened shoulder with strengthening exercises, so the myofascial mobilization is most effective for the primary complaint of tennis elbow.
In order to get the body back to normalcy, I am constantly using soft tissue mobilization techniques such as Trigger Point Therapy, Neuromuscular Therapy, Myofascial Mobilization, Structural Integration, Rolfing, and Visceral Manipulation, and I am always curious to learn more.
Treatment and education of the human body is not a static process, but it is a dynamic process. Any effective therapist should always be looking for the best and most effective ways to relieve pain and return the body back to homeostasis (balance).
Also, coupled with the treatment center is the education component of my business. For the last 15 years, I have been offering high level continuing education workshops throughout the northeast. My training ranges from an 8-hour workshop to 200-hour programs, and I am one of the most sought-after educators in the therapeutic field. My training is for the therapist who is looking to begin doing high-level assessments and treatments for their patients.
I look forward to working with you in the near future.
Regards, Jeff Mahadeen, Structural Integrator, LMT, NCBTMB Educator
Chris Caiazzo has been working as a massage therapist for 8 years now, after completing his education at Hesser College in Portsmouth, NH.
He was trained in deep tissue massage, myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, joint mobilizations, and postural/biomechanical distortion. He practiced at the Massage Envy in Manchester for 7 years where he was the Manager of Therapist Development.
Chris loves what he does because he feels that he is helping the hard working person have a better quality of life. He chooses to provide therapy for the muscles to help with this. His primary focus is mobility and chronic pain relief. Chris has been performing mobility techniques for about 4 years. Now, he feels that he will be able to learn and be taught more skills/ techniques from Jeff Mahadeen.