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21 04, 2021

How Dry Needling Helped Johnny Put An End to His Shoulder Pain

By |April 21st, 2021|

  Hi, my name is Johnny Kolakowski, and I'm here at Back In Motion Sport & Spine Physical therapy. I'm here to tell you my story. You know as we all get older, we find out that we have this thing called rheumatism, arthritis, and I have it in a lot of my joints. I had my back fused back, let's see I'm 74, it was 12 years ago, and it was just full of arthritis. And my shoulders and my rotor cups were all just driving me bananas. I had rotor cuff surgery on my left shoulder. And it took forever to go through PT to get my shoulder to [...]

27 01, 2021

2020 Wrap-Up: Our Most Popular Articles

By |January 27th, 2021|

For this wrap-up, we have selected our most informative and popular blog posts of 2020. Hopefully, you find some value and tactics to help you live a pain-free life. Click the article titles to read each article. Don't forget to let us know what your favorite article was of 2020 in the comment section below! We would love to hear from you. Three Conditions That Mimic Sciatica Sciatica is a very common condition that causes pain, numbness, and/or tingling extending from the lower back to the backside of the leg, usually stopping at the calf. But sciatica isn’t the only condition that causes these symptoms.   Why You [...]

20 01, 2021

Dry Needling Therapy – How Does It Work

By |January 20th, 2021|Tags: , , , , |

If you're suffering from annoying and nagging muscle pain, then consider using a new treatment called dry needling. Dry needling is a form of treatment that we're offering here at Back in Motion in Fort Myers Florida and Cape Coral which helps with muscle pain, trigger points, and nerve entrapments. It helps with tendon injuries, and so much more. For those of you, that are wondering, what exactly is dry needling?   What Is Dry Needling? So dry needling is very similar to acupuncture, except the intent is a little bit differently. So, as doctors of physical therapy, we administer single, monofilament needles into muscles adjacent to nerves or tendons. The [...]