In hockey terms, "light the lamp" refers to when a goal is scored. When the puck goes in the net, the light above the net flashes and the horn sounds, teammates celebrate, and the crowd roars.
To "light the lamp" is to score a goal, and we are here to set you up to meet yours.
Chrissy Biele PT, DPT, NASM-PES, IADN Cert, owner/founder of Light the Lamp Physical Therapy, is a physical therapist who has been practicing for over 15 years, working with patients and athletes in an orthopaedic and sports medicine setting. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Biology from Villanova University with a minor in Psychology. She continued her education at Thomas Jefferson University where she earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.
Dr. Biele became a Performance Enhancement Specialist through the National Academy of Sports Medicine and is certified in Functional Movement Screen (FMS). Coupled along with sport specific interventions, she uses a hands on approach to rehabilitation with extensive experience using Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), kinesiotaping, leukotaping, and Active Release Technique (ART). Her most recent certification is in Dry Needling.
Dr. Biele has co-authored two studies; one of which examined the effects of scapular taping on running efficiency, and the more recent being optimizing return to play criteria following ACL reconstruction. The latter was presented at the annual meeting for the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. She is a member of the Medical Advisory Board for the Eastern Pennsylvania Youth Soccer Association (EPYSA), and has contributed to their quarterly magazine by writing articles with a focus on dynamic warmups and injury prevention. She has presented on the topics of Safe Return to Play and ACL Injury Prevention Programs at various local conferences and symposiums.
Trish Slater PT, DPT, SFMA, LSVTBig, IADN Cert has been practicing for over 10 years, working with young athletes to the geriatric population in orthopedic and neurological settings. She treats both neurologic as well as orthopedic patients at Light the Lamp PT. Dr. Slater graduated from Lebanon Valley College with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy, and while there she was a student researcher, collecting pre- and post-data of performance measures for student-athlete injury prevention. She was also a founding member of LVC’s C.U.R.E., a student-run free clinic to provide physical therapy services to the underserved population in the area.
Dr. Slater earned a Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) certification shortly after graduation. SFMA is a movement based diagnostic system which systematically finds the cause of pain - not just the source- by breaking down dysfunctional movement patterns in a structured, repeatable assessment. She incorporates these findings into a tailored treatment plan used for not only treatment, but also prevention of future injuries. Dr. Slater also has experience with vestibular rehabilitation and treatment of post-concussion syndrome in athletes, persons involved in a motor vehicle accident, or following a fall, utilizing Dix-Hallpike and other evidence based treatments for successful outcomes. She is LSVTBig certified for treatment for Parkinson’s Disease, and her neurological experience also includes TBI and stroke rehabilitation.
Dr. Slater utilizes various hands-on treatment techniques including Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM), dry needling, joint mobilization techniques, kinesiotaping, and leukotaping. She is passionate about her patients with an emphasis on maximizing outcomes and preventing reinjury to lead to a quicker recovery.
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