Trigger Point Dry Needling


Asheville (North) Asheville (South) Brevard CharlotteGreensboro

Lisa Lang, PT, LMBT, CMTPT | Charlotte

Lisa graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science from theCollege of Charleston in 1985 and worked as a software engineer for a computer engineering corporation until 1993. She graduated Suma Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina in 1995 and focused her practice in the area of soft tissue rehabilitation by receiving her National Certification and N.C. License as a Massage and Bodywork Therapist in 1999.

She has continued her bodywork education with the advanced study and certification in Neuromuscular Massage Therapy and the techniques of Janet G. Travell, M.D. Manual Trigger Point Therapy. In 2011 Lisa became certified in Intramuscular Manual Therapy (Dry Needling) through Myopain seminars and the Janet G. Travell, M.D. Seminar Series, becoming one of the first Physical Therapists in North Carolina to offer this exciting therapeutic technique.

Lisa is an independent practitioner in Charlotte, N.C. She values spending individual, hands-on time with her clients, blending the best of both disciplines. She enjoys working with athletes as well as those with both acute and chronic pain conditions.

Lisa is married with two sons. In her spare time she enjoys the outdoors, exercise, reading and spending time with her family.

Region Served: Charlotte

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I have dealt with shoulder pain for years; after only one session I was amazed with the almost immediate relief I felt. I was even more amazed after experiencing the long term positive effects. The process itself is fast and effective, and the atmosphere within Lisa's office is peaceful and relaxing. Thank You!
Steve H.

I was told the next step for me was surgery for my tendonosis from overuse at work. I couldn't spray my hair, pick up a cup, make a bed, much less enjoy any physical activity. Needling saved my career. Not only can I work without pain but I am lifting weights again and can perform daily activities like fixing my hair. Thanks so much. I can't imaging having to have surgery on my elbows.
Brandy H