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Lauren DiDomenico PT, DPT, ATC

Lauren is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Certified Athletic Trainer. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Athletic Training from Towson University and a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from Radford University. She became a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist (CMTPT), specializing in Dry Needling with Myopain Seminars to more effectively treat Myofascial pain disorders. While in school, she spent time with multiple sports teams from High School to Division I level, working on injury management, prevention, and return to play. Since starting her career as a Physical Therapist she has worked in multiple outpatient clinics working with post-op and orthopedic injuries. She enjoys incorporating both manual techniques and corrective exercises to help patients achieve their goals and peak potential. Most recently, Lauren is working towards a national certification to become a Pilates Instructor. 

Lauren grew up in Wallingford, PA and attended Strath Haven High School, where she played volleyball and softball. Outside the clinic, Lauren enjoys Pilates and hiking, watching sports, and spending time with friends and family.



  • Ankle Sprain

  • Concussion

  • Dry Needling 

  • Foot and Ankle Fracture

  • Joint Replacement Rehabilitation

  • Knee Ligament Injury

  • Low Back Pain: muscular strain, stenosis, disc herniation

  • Neck conditions: Headache, disc conditions, whiplash

  • Shoulder pain: impingement, dislocation, fractures, rotator cuff injury

Education / Certifications


Pilates Teacher Training Program

In Development

Certified Manual Trigger Point Therapist/Dry Needling (CMTPT/DN)

Myopain Seminars


Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) Certified

Functional Movement Systems (FMS)


Doctorate of Physical Therapy

Radford University

- Capstone project: "Identifying Concussion Risk Factors in Ice Hockey"


Athletic Trainer Certified (ATC)

Board of Certificaiton


Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training

Towson University

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