Back pain is one of the most common reasons people seek pain relief and the most common reason for disability in America.
People will try one remedy or alternative treatment after another to resolve the pain and avoid surgery. The reason there is no one remedy or treatment approach is that individuals experience back pain so differently depending on occupation, age, past medical history and yes, even psychological factors. In this program you will learn how the spine anatomy functions to improve your knowledge as to why and how symptoms present and what you can do to manage pain as well as prevention strategies. REGISTER HERE.

Karen is the Director of Access Physical Therapy in Kent, CT and a graduate of the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program from the University of Hartford.  She possess several certificates in treatment techniques that include McKenzie, Mulligan, Vestibular rehab from the American Institute of Balance, pelvic restoration and dry needling.  Since graduating, she has been working in the out patient setting providing treatment for several diagnosis and post surgical cases.  Karen’s professional philosophy is to provide comprehensive patient education that empowers patients to understand diagnosis and treatment plan that promotes self efficacy towards improved quality of life.