How to Manage Chronic Pain Without Opioids

On February 23 at 11 am, Noble Horizons physical therapists, Kaitlyn Duerr, PT, DPT and Kim Tormay OTR/L will present, “Chronic Pain Management without Opioids: Utilizing Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy for Chronic Pain Management.”

Kim Tormay is a registered and licensed occupational therapist (and magna cum laude graduate) who uses holistic, client-centered evidence-based treatment methods. She has worked with clients 55+ for almost a decade, has presented at the National Conference of the American Occupational Therapy Association and is a Certified Dementia Practitioner.  

Kaitlyn Duerr, also a magna cum laude graduate, earned her Doctor of Physical Therapy at Fairfield University. For over five years she has provided orthopedic sports medicine and individualized physical therapy and has taught the Noble Horizons fall prevention and balance series.

Registration is requested for this free program.

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