Thoracic Outlet Syndrome TreatmentJeff Mahadeen
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Treatment
Do you have patients with numbness and cooling of the hands? The problem of thoracic outlet syndrome can be a complicated pathology and therapists who have advanced treatment and assessment skills will have the most success. Jeff will cover the anatomy and physiology of the cervical and thoracic in order to better understand the pathology of this syndrome. The webinar will also include an in-depth soft tissue mobilization treatment of all possible contributing soft tissue.
Since 1998, Jeff Mahadeen has been teaching hands-on massage techniques including Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT), Assessment and related sciences in schools throughout the USA. Jeff has also written school curriculum with topics ranging from Anatomy and Physiology to comprehensive therapeutic hands-on techniques. He is a Structural Integrator and the Owner of the Muscular Wellness Institute Educational and Treatment Center in New Hampshire which offers over 250 CE hours in advanced therapeutic modalities.
Jeff has worked for the following schools: The Somerset School of Massage Therapy (presently Cortiva Institute), Academy of Massage Therapy, Hesser College and the Swedish Institute. At each school, Jeff has taken a leadership role with curriculum writing and course development.
Recognized as one of the nation's leading educators, Jeff has been asked to sit on a Job Task Analysis and Exam Committee for the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards for the creation of a new federal massage licensing exam known as the MBLEx. The MBLEx is now known as one of the gold standards for massage examination. Jeff has also worked with the ABMP in practice exam development and was asked to sit on the NCBTMB's Advanced Certification Commitee.