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    Physical Therapy Programs

Physical Therapy Programs at Comprehensive Rehab

Comprehensive Rehab offers many Physical Therapy programs. Our therapists are constantly perfecting the best techniques to better serve your therapy needs.

Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling

Let our Physical Therapists treat your pain using Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling. Hard “knots” within a muscle can be painful. Those hard muscle knots are known as “trigger points.” They can cause pain over a large area, making it difficult for an individual to perform everyday tasks. Together, painful muscles and trigger points are sometimes called myofascial pain syndrome. The word “myofascial” combines “myo” (which means muscle) and “fascia” (which refers to the tissue that connects muscle.) During the Myofascial Trigger Point Dry Needling process, very thin needles are pushed through the skin and electrical stimulation is used to target painful muscles. The needles don’t inject fluid into the body, which is the reason the term “dry” is used. Read what Comprehensive Rehab patients have to say about dry needling.

Astym® Treatment

Astym treatment is the regenerative medicine of therapy and is designed to restore soft tissues at a cellular level.  It regenerates healthy soft tissues (muscles, tendons, etc.), and removes unwanted scar tissue that may be causing pain or movement restrictions.  Astym therapy has helped countless people by restoring their movement, getting rid of their pain, and giving them back their lives.  

Astym therapy is so effective because it was scientifically developed to target the actual cause of the pain rather than just the symptoms. Years of scientific and clinical research conducted at leading universities and hospital systems resulted in Astym treatment, which now routinely resolves injuries that were previously thought to be permanent.  Astym treatment is unmatched in its ability to resolve tendinopathies, scar tissue problems, and other soft tissue dysfunctions

To learn more, visit www.astym.com

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