A personalized approach to manual therapy.

Join Lisa Klein, PT, IMT.C for these unique classes on Comprehensive Manual Therapy Techniques. All classes have been certified by the Maryland Board of Physical Therapy for .7 hours of CEU credits, per course.

About Lisa Klein

About Lisa Klein

Klein Clinical is a personalized approach to physical therapy that uses fascial mapping, tens of thousands of manual therapy techniques, and extensive patient assessments to locate and resolve pain.

Our courses are designed for physical therapists and other healthcare providers who want to learn more hands-on techniques for relieving patient pain effectively. We teach with a clinical perspective, making tens of thousands of techniques more approachable and applicable to integrate in practice. With on-demand courses and an extensive library of resources, we help you grow your knowledge and incorporate more effective, patient-centered methods of care.

Klein Clinical helps practitioners develop a deeper understanding and relationship with their patients—one that many healthcare providers simply don’t have time for. We approach clinical care differently, using tens of thousands of tissue-specific techniques. We focus on the nuances of the fascia to find structural issues and holistic, functional solutions for pain relief and long-term wellbeing.

Interested in learning? View our course modules.

Testimonials

I was diagnosed with dystonia 20 years ago and lost movement in my right arm. All types of treatments at NIH had no effect. For the last six years I have been coming to Klein Integrative Physical Therapy and have made so much progress. I can now move my arm a good deal. The inward pronation, I previously had, has greatly diminished and I’m able to perform all sorts of tasks I couldn’t do before. Now I use both hands in the kitchen, put on jewelry, pull up socks, and use a knife and fork while eating. Life is a great deal easier. My arm was always across my body, either in front or behind my back. Now it’s mostly by my side. Because this is a neurological movement disorder, which I have been experiencing for years, progress is slow but improvement continues. I am very thankful for IMT and plan to do this therapy for the rest of my life. They have really been good to me and good for me.

—Julie R, Virginia

I was diagnosed with dystonia 20 years ago and lost movement in my right arm. All types of treatments at NIH had no effect. For the last six years I have been coming to Klein Integrative Physical Therapy and have made so much progress. I can now move my arm a good deal. The inward pronation, I previously had, has greatly diminished and I’m able to perform all sorts of tasks I couldn’t do before. Now I use both hands in the kitchen, put on jewelry, pull up socks, and use a knife and fork while eating. Life is a great deal easier. My arm was always across my body, either in front or behind my back. Now it’s mostly by my side. Because this is a neurological movement disorder, which I have been experiencing for years, progress is slow but improvement continues. I am very thankful for IMT and plan to do this therapy for the rest of my life. They have really been good to me and good for me.

—Julie R, Virginia

I was diagnosed with dystonia 20 years ago and lost movement in my right arm. All types of treatments at NIH had no effect. For the last six years I have been coming to Klein Integrative Physical Therapy and have made so much progress. I can now move my arm a good deal. The inward pronation, I previously had, has greatly diminished and I’m able to perform all sorts of tasks I couldn’t do before. Now I use both hands in the kitchen, put on jewelry, pull up socks, and use a knife and fork while eating. Life is a great deal easier. My arm was always across my body, either in front or behind my back. Now it’s mostly by my side. Because this is a neurological movement disorder, which I have been experiencing for years, progress is slow but improvement continues. I am very thankful for IMT and plan to do this therapy for the rest of my life. They have really been good to me and good for me.

—Julie R, Virginia

I was diagnosed with dystonia 20 years ago and lost movement in my right arm. All types of treatments at NIH had no effect. For the last six years I have been coming to Klein Integrative Physical Therapy and have made so much progress. I can now move my arm a good deal. The inward pronation, I previously had, has greatly diminished and I’m able to perform all sorts of tasks I couldn’t do before. Now I use both hands in the kitchen, put on jewelry, pull up socks, and use a knife and fork while eating. Life is a great deal easier. My arm was always across my body, either in front or behind my back. Now it’s mostly by my side. Because this is a neurological movement disorder, which I have been experiencing for years, progress is slow but improvement continues. I am very thankful for IMT and plan to do this therapy for the rest of my life. They have really been good to me and good for me.

—Julie R, Virginia

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