Dry Needling Injury Expert Witness


Dry needling injury expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on dry needling injury. The dry needling injury expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Athletic Training, Chiropractic, Orthopedics - Non-Surgical, and Physical Therapy.

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Rich Woolley, DC, MS, ATC, CMTPT/DN

Wasilla, Alaska
Chiropractic, Athletic Training - Low Back Injury in Athletics, Low Back Injury, Dry Needling Injury, Pneumothorax, Chiropractic Malpractice, Chiropractic Negligence, Spinal Manipulation, Lumbar Disc Injury
Dr. Woolley holds a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training, a Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation (Magna cum laude) and a Doctorate of Chiropractic. He is a BOC certified athletic trainer and practicing chiropractor. He is certified in the McGill Method for the evaluation and treatment of low back disorders. He is certified in dry needling and uses the technique regularly in practice. His areas of focus as an expert witness include chiropractic malpractice/negligence, spinal manipulation injury, dry needling injury, low back injury in sport and exercise, low back injury due to inappropriate exercise prescription, and low back injury in the workplace.


Hudson, Ohio
Physical Therapy, Orthopedics - Non-Surgical - Physical Therapy Standard of Care Deviation,Physical Therapy Malpractice,Physical Therapy Risk Assessment,Physical Therapy Patient Advocacy Assessment,Physical Therapist Assistant Misuse,Fall Injury,Dry Needling Injury,Pneumothorax,Manipulation Injury,Workers' Comp Rehab/IME/PPD/Surveil Analysis
Karen P. Martin, PT, DMT, MSPT, FAAOMPT, CIDN - Fellow American Academy Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy. Expert Witness services and record review for both prosecution and defense. Clinical competencies upon request. Standard of Care in the healing and highly regulated industry of physical therapy has nothing to do with good intention and everything to do with both knowing and following the rules designed to protect the patient/public/payer. Standard of Care deviation results from not being able to justify WHY an action was taken and encompasses errors created from both commission AND omission. Standard of Care deviation occurs when inappropriate physical therapy plan of care and treatment intervention result from inadequate physical therapy examination, inadequate physical therapy diagnosis, inadequate client care management, and unsound professional judgment. Standard of Care deviation is increasingly prevalent with Dry Needling misuse, malpractice, fraudulent coding, and fr...