Dry Needling Treatment Fort Myers

Discover How You Can Get “Cured” With a Treatment Called Dry Needling

  • Discover the Truth About Dry Needling Even Your Doctor May Not Know
  • Learn Why Your Pain Has Lasted Longer Than it Should & What You Can Do About It
  • Stop Worrying & Living in Fear

Break Free from Aches & Pains With Dry Needling

If you are experiencing pain or dysfunction, you are not alone; more than 50 million adults suffer from chronic pain yearly. Fortunately, physical therapy is one of your pain-relief options! Our Fort MyersCape Coral & Estero, FL, physical therapy clinics offer dry needling as a therapeutic service to our patients in need.

If you are unfamiliar with this treatment and its numerous health benefits, it is important to understand that it is only one of several treatment options available at Back In Motion Physical Therapy & Performance. It is a technique for relieving pain, increasing mobility, and reducing muscle tension.

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What is Dry Needling & How Does it Work?

Contrary to popular belief, dry needling is not acupuncture. While the two therapies share some similarities, dry needling is based on western medical and research approaches. This treatment simply provides an environment that promotes the body’s ability to heal while also relieving pain. A sterilized needle is inserted between the skin and the damaged tendons, ligaments, or muscles to relieve pain, reduce muscular tension, and increase movement.

Many people believe that dry needling is painful because of the name. However, the vast majority of our patients report minimal to no discomfort during and after in-office procedures. Our highly skilled physical therapists will make your treatment as pleasant as possible. Patients may experience muscle pain for up to 48 hours following the procedure, but this usually resolves on its own. Home remedies for sore muscles include cold and/or heat packs, as well as plenty of fluids.

We’ve discovered that when traditional exercise-based treatments are combined with dry needling, the majority of our patients achieve the pain-free results they desire. After a thorough exam to determine the severity of your problem, our physical therapists will tell you if this is the best course of therapy for you!

  • Targeted Pain Relief: Dry needling focuses on specific trigger points, providing effective pain relief for various musculoskeletal conditions.

  • Improved Range of Motion: Dry needling can enhance flexibility and restore normal movement patterns by releasing muscle tension and tightness.

  • Faster Recovery: Dry needling can accelerate the healing process by stimulating blood flow and promoting tissue repair in the treated areas.

  • Non-Invasive Approach: Unlike surgery, dry needling is a minimally invasive, reducing the risk of complications and downtime.

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“I tried other forms of treatment with no benefit. It wasn’t until I tried this approach that now I’m feeling much improved and running injury-free. If it worked for me, it will work for you, too.“

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How We Treat With Dry Needling

Watch this quick video and learn why aches & pain occurs and how we treat it at Back in Motion Physical Therapy & Performance.

Common Conditions That Can Be Treated with Dry Needling