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Have you been suffering from discomfort for a long time? have you thought it will go away on its own, but hasn't and has got worse, presenting symptoms of reduced range of motion in the effected muscle group?
Not being able to turn your neck fully or raise and rotate your arm can really impact on your life and get you down. You do not need to suffer, Dry Needling combined with all other modalities that I have to offer will help correct this and reduce your pain, and increase your range of motion.
This pain that you are experiencing can be due to straining in a movement you have carried out during a gym session, or day to day activities moving things around the house, lifting shopping in from the car to the house, Poor Posture when sitting at your desk, twisting and catching the muscle awkwardly.
This can cause an overstretch or a slight tear in the muscle.
Many people ignore this pain, and they continue to work through it – while the muscle strain just gets worse and worse. However, not addressing the pain could make the injury turn into a permanent chronic condition.
If you have a strain or Chronic Pain in a muscle in your arm, neck, leg or back then Dry needling treats muscle tissue, and its goal is to reduce pain, inactivate trigger points and restore function As a result, the muscle relaxes, easing the muscle pain, releasing nerves, and restoring the flow of oxygen-rich blood.
The needle also triggers the release of endorphins, natural biochemicals that are similar to opioids. Endorphins relieve pain and stress as they travel through your body.
It can help treat a whole list of day to day discomforts that we can all feel in our busy schedules from time to time:
The most common symptoms of plantar fasciitis include:
The symptoms of achilles tendonitis include:
It Can also help with
Dry needling can be used for Tendinopathies, Muscles Strains and Chronic Pain. with the use of Channel Palpation Each treatment is customised for you.
with a full consultation carried out prior to any treatments.
What is Channel palpation - This is a hands-on technique that focuses on gathering diagnostic information through careful palpitation of the distal channels (areas of the body apart from but connected to the location of the sports injury). It also helps identify the precise location of the pain or injury, refine trigger point selection and improve clinical results.
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