WHAT: Christiana Care will host a lecture on dry needling. Also known as Mysofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling – this treatment includes placing small needles into trigger points in muscles with the goal of easing muscle tension and pain.
Dry Needling can be effective in treating acute and chronic pain, as part of rehabilitation from injury, and can even be used in pain and injury prevention. Dry Needling offers few side effects. The treatment is performed by a physical therapist specially trained in the technique.
For many, Dry Needling offers dramatic and lasting pain relief after only a few treatments. The event is hosted by Christiana Care Rehabilitative Services, which features experts in physical, occupational, speech and audiology therapies.
- Chris Dougherty, DPT, physical therapy program manager at Christiana Care’s Springside Plaza in Glasgow.
- Lorin Lyons, MPT, OCS, physical therapy program manager at Christiana Care’s Eugene du Pont Preventive Medicine & Rehabilitation Institute at Pelleport.
- Todd Everett DSc, MPT, OCS, COMT, physical therapist for Christiana Care Rehabilitation Services at Middletown.
- Travis Ross, DPT, physical therapist at Christiana Care’s Springside Plaza in Glasgow.
WHERE: Main Auditorium, Christiana Hospital’s John H. Ammon Medical Education Center at 4755 Ogletown-Stanton Rd., Newark, Del.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 21 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
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