Amin AbdulRahman

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License

  • Massage, AZ #MT-11778
  • CA Certified Massage Therapist, # 48826

Education

  • Phoenix Therapeutic Massage College

Specialties

Bodywork & Massage

  • Neuromuscular Massage
  • Medical Massage
  • Cupping Methods

Amin AbdulRahman

A lifetime commitment.

For 31 years I have dedicated my academic research and effort to providing the most comprehensive approach to effectively helping people from all walks of life and level of condition feel better, perform better, and function better. My commitment is to quality of tre at mentioned everytime. I look forward to helping you.

Where I Work

Amin AbdulRahman NMPT LMT  

Licenses

Massage, AZ # MT-11778
CA Certified Massage Therapist, # 48826

 

Education

2000
Phoenix Therapeutic Massage College
Master Massage Practioner

 

Notable Experiences

Bodywork
Neuromuscular Physiotherapist
I am open and respectful with others and dedicated to making them feel better. I have the willingness to take on big challenges and see them through. I'm self critical, questioning and committed to personal excellence and self improvement. Demonstrate understanding and apply knowledge of medical conditions related to treatment that may impact treatment. Effectively involve and educate patient and caregivers in the plan of care. Practice is consistent with guidelines and standards established by national professional organizations(s) relative to area of practice. Demonstrate clinical competence, confidence, and clarity of communication with co-workers. Recognize patterns and similarities in patient presentations and effectively manage patient care. Have an awareness of and make recommendations to ensure proper treatment is delivered. Provide Physiotherapy modalities such as: Iontophoresis, Ultrasound, Electrical Stimulation / Interferential, TENS, Hot/Cold Packs, Ice Massage, Compression, Traction, Laser, Pulsed Lavage, Negative Pressure Therapy, and Infrared. e cost-effective delivery of care/services. Practice physiotherapy collaboratively/coll­egially to share responsibility for solving problems and making decisions to formulate and carry out plans of care for the patient and family. Adapt leadership style to situations to achieve desired outcomes.