Massage Therapist "LMT"
As a New York State paramedic, Nadine Fulle felt fulfilled and satisfied in her role helping and healing others. When a back injury cut short her career after 10 years, she decided to continue to heal others by returning to school and becoming a licensed massage therapist.
“I love what I do, and I believe in what I practice,” says Nadine. "We all need to look at our own lives and see what is right for us. I believe that if you invest in a massage you are investing in your health.”
Nadine works with clients ages 25 to 70. Many of her older clients complain that the pain medications their doctors prescribe are expensive and don’t do enough to curb the pain. “They’d rather spend their money on massage,” Nadine says.
Discomfort is sometimes a symptom of massage, but Nadine is careful to warn her clients that it shouldn’t last more than a day or two. She is committed to only performing deep tissue therapeutic massage on clients whose assessments deem it advisable.
Nadine says she loves meeting new people, and she takes the time to get to know her clients and set their anxieties or fears to rest. She is always available to answer questions and ensures that her clients understand their treatment plans before they ever hop on the table.
New York State Board of Massage Therapy
Trocaire College, AAS in Massage Therapy, 2009