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Two locations:

184 Webster Street
Lewiston, ME 04240
207-782-0478


767 River Road
Mexico, ME 04257
207-562-6061

Office Hours are
Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm



e-mail: Tammy Mawhinney

Please call for an appointment.




About Tammy R. Mawhinney


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Tammy R. Mawhinney
767 River Road
Mexico, Maine 04257
207-562-6061

Education:

Downeast School of Massage, Waldoboro, Maine, 1994 St. Joseph's College

Advanced Studies:

Upledger Institute

University of Tampa Medical School

International Alliance of Health Care Providers

Saint John Institute

Dialogues in Contemporary Rehabilitation

Advanced Studies:

Advanced Acupressure Study Practicums I-VI (2004-2008); Pulse Diagnostics (2007);

Zero Balancing Soul Vision (2006);

Somato-Emotional Release II (2005);

Process Acupressure Meridians (2005);

Clinical Acupressure II (2004);

Clinical Acupressure I Basic Applications (2004);

Zero Balancing 11 (2004);

Zero Balancing 1(2003);

Cardiac Habilitation (2002);

Diaphragm Compression Syndromes of the Lower Extremities (2002);

The Brain Speaks (2002);

Assessment, Integrative Diagnostics, and Integrative Manual Therapy for the Lymphatic System (2001);

Integrative Manual Therapy for Men's and Women's Health Issues Urinary Incontinence (2000);

Manual Lymph Drainage III 2000);

Manual Lymph Drainage 1/11 (1999);

Advanced Clinical Biomechanics of Sacrum (1998);

Practical Integration of Visceral Manipulation (1998);

Visceral Approach to Trauma and Whiplash (1998);

Visceral Listening Techniques (1998);

Visceral Manipulation IV (1998);

Human Gross Anatomy (1997);

Advanced Strain/Counterstrain Technique (1997);

Mechanical Link (1997);

Somato- Emotional Release 1 (1997);

Advanced Visceral Manipulation (1997);

Visceral Manipulation II-Assistant Teacher (1997);

Myofascial Release Study of the Connective Tissue System for the Orthopedic and Neurologic Patient 1996);

Visceral Manipulation I-B-Assistant Teacher (1996);

Visceral Manipulation I-A-Assistant Teacher (1996);

Integrative Manual Therapy for the Lower Back and Spine (1996);

Three Planer Myofascial Release (1995);

Strain/Counterstrain Technique (1995);

Cranio-sacral Therapy II-Assistant Teacher (1995);

Cranio-sacral Therapy I Basics of the Cranio-sacral System-Assistant Teacher (1995);

Muscle Energy Technique Focus on Biomechanics for the Pelvis, Sacrum, Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar Spine (1994-5);

Neuromuscular Therapy Levels 1-5 (1993-94);

Experience:

Advanced Therapeutics, (1994-present)

Interests:

Holistic healthcare, Taoism, Buddhism, bicycling, hiking, kayaking, guitar playing, raising two daughters, Chinese Five-Element Theory, Natural Healing with Essential Oils


Appointments are usually one hour. Most health issues can be resolved in less than four visits. Children and adults are both welcome.