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Dry Needling Physiotherapy

Dry Needling Physiotherapy
Dry Needling Physiotherapy. Do you feel tiny knots under your skin? Do you feel pain when you touch these knots? This may be a trigger point. A trigger point results from sprained muscles due to poor posture and repetitive motions. These points may cause pain and decrease the range of motion. Fortunately, physiotherapists administer treatment like dry needling to relieve these trigger points. Dry needling sounds painful. However, on the contrary, it is an effective, minimally invasive proced...
Posted on 2023-03-01

Foam Rollers

Foam Rollers
FOAM ROLLERS – WHAT’S THE DEAL?.   If you have been to a gym recently you have probably seen somebody contorted in an odd position on the floor, rolling back and forth on what looks like an oversized pool noodle.  You may have asked yourself “does this guy know what he’s doing or am I on some hidden camera show?”  Rest assured that you will not be appearing on TV, foam rollers are a fantastic tool to relieve muscle tension and break up muscle adhesi...
Posted on 2016-06-09

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen Shoulder
Frozen Shoulder. You have been diagnosed with frozen shoulder.  Now what?  What is it and how can physiotherapy help?   The first thing to do is learn the medical term for the condition. It sounds more impressive and will garner more sympathy from your friends when you tell them you have adhesive capsulitis vs. frozen shoulder. Although the term adhesive capsulitis may sound technical; when broken down it is very descriptive.         The shoulder, l...
Posted on 2016-06-06
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