If you are you frustrated because back, knee, Achilles or heel pain is restricting your ability to train or compete in weekend races, then trigger point dry needling (TDN) is as a treatment technique that may help you get back to training more quickly.
The seminar has been designed to provide information on how TDN can help in the treatment of painful conditions experienced by athlete.
Topics to be addressed include:
- What is trigger point dry needling?
- Why does it work, and how long does it take to work?
- What injuries can it effectively treat?
- How it may impact your training and race performance
- How it differs from acupuncture, massage, and other treatment methods?
The seminar will include with a Q&A session.
Date: Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m
Location: Sports and Spinal Physical Therapy, 2175 K Street, NW, Suite C-120, Washington, DC 20037
Instructors: This seminar will be presented by Amy Fagan and Sonja Evers. Amy Fagan, DPT and Sonja Evers, PT, COMT, OCS are both avid athletes and experienced physical therapist certified in the practice of TDN (aka Intramuscular Manual Therapy).
To read more about the TDN technique that will be discussed in this seminar, click here: www.ssptdc.com/about/intramuscular-manual-therapy.asp
This event is presented by Sports + Spinal Physical Therapy. Visit us at www.ssptdc.com and www.facebook.com/ssptdc.