Dry needling releases active trigger points.
Cupping therapy increases blood flow through suction. This modality often causes bruising; however, can help improve soft tissue mobility and pain and improve recovery time in athletes.
Instrument assistant soft tissue mobilization, or IASTM, improves superficial soft tissue mobility, reduces pain, and improves blood flow.
Active Soft Tissue Release/Deep Tissue/Trigger Point Release/Joint Mobilizations/Manual Therapy
A skilled physical therapist is trained in many manual therapy techniques. Consequently, this improves range of motion, decreases pain, and improves function. Our manual therapists are well versed with using their hands, therefore efficiently reducing pain and improving athlete recovery time.