Led by Dr. Angela Forsyth, PT, DPT
By using body crayons, tracings and other media, participants will learn about the joints and muscles that are most important to them. They’ll discuss what happens with joint bleeds, how they affect the way the body normally works, and how “target joints” form. This will help them better understand how bleeds cause challenges with everyday movement.
This program is for members of the Western Pennsylvania Bleeding Disorders Foundation and family members living in their household. Email rsvp@wpbdf.org or call 724-741-6160, by the end of the day on January 13th.  Be sure to include the name(s) of the person(s) participating and your mailing address. Zoom link to join the program, body crayons, and resource guides will be sent to everyone who registers for the program.
Thank you to Optum for sponsoring this program.