JEFF COHEN THERAPY
COVID-19 Appointment Updates
All clients must wear a mask and present proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test in order to be seen for a session.
Negative Test Requirements: Negative test results must be from a COVID-19 test taken not more than 3 days before the appointment. For example, if your appointment is for a Thursday, it must be taken on or after Monday.
Vaccination requirements: Full vaccination is defined as 14 days after receiving the final dose in the series of the vaccination.
Please text or email a photo of your negative test results or vaccination card 24 hours before your appointment.
Feel free to reach out with any further questions.
I look forward to seeing you!
Jeffrey Cohen has developed a unique form of bodywork that treats underlying inflammatory conditions in a unique manner. Unlike traditional massage or other forms of therapy, fairly short session can address underlying problems and correct fundamental things that that lead to ongoing chronic conditions.
Trusted by professionals in the most physically demanding fields, he has successfully treated a wide array of clients including world renowned conductors, musicians, celebrities, dance companies including Mark Morris Dance Group, San Francisco Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, the San Francisco Symphony, and Olympic athletes. These dancers and other professionals have experienced remarkable ability to come back from injuries that often would otherwise prevent work. Cohen practices primarily in the Bay Area, where he has also made significant inroads for clients suffering from such complaints as repetitive stress disorder.
Cohen's treatment philosophy combines today's medical insight with his in-depth understanding of the ancient Philippine practice of Hilot. Research grants have helped him to study the current and potential impact of Hilot, particularly on stroke and spinal cord injuries, where the therapy shows great promise. Cohen is cofounder of the Hilot Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works to help preserve indigenous healing arts while integrating them into modern medical practices. He currently tours nationally and internationally with The Mark Morris Dance Group and the San Francisco Ballet.