Bodywork Training for Low Back and Hip Pain
Kula Heart Yoga, in Bethlehem, will host a therapeutic, weekend workshop on April 6 and 7, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. This hands-on seminar will discuss common causes of biomechanical pain in the low back and hips. It is approved for 16 CE hours by the NCBTMB and is open to licensed massage therapists, physical therapists and practitioners of manual medicine.
Special guest Anthony DiGirolamo will present “Advanced Integrative Approach to the Low Back and Pelvis,” offering an in-depth assessment of the low back and pelvis and relevant anatomy, while addressing the most current, evidence-based approach to mechanisms of pain. DiGirolamo will introduce advanced techniques integrating models of myofascial, neuromuscular and musculoskeletal soft-tissue manipulation.
Anthony DiGirolamo is currently completing his doctorate training in osteopathic medicine in Philadelphia. He is a teaching fellow in osteopathic manipulative medicine and neuromusculoskeletal medicine. He has a background in traditional massage and bodywork, Thai yoga massage, and Rolfing structural integration.
Kula Heart Yoga is located at 3400 Bath Pike, Bethlehem. For more information, call 610-746-5852 or visit KulaHeartYoga.com.