Bodies in Rhythm provides interventions w/ special focus on pain management, neurological impairments, as well as musculoskeletal dysfunction. Unique to our center, Bodies in Rhythm will provide a transition opportunity to continue w/ certified staff in various areas such as yoga, stretch labs, and running specialists!
Bodies in Rhythm is 100% focused on assisting you w/ returning your body to it's superior rhythm for everyday life. Restoring your body to its preset healthy connection between all it's systems not only helps you physically, but also mentally and spiritually, to LOVE living again!
Bodies in Rhythm will provide a holistic approach to your functional limitations. With over 17 years experience in a variety of settings, Bodies in Rhythm will assist you in providing techniques and interventions needed to reduce your pain and restrictions so you are able to return to the rhythm of life!
Physical therapy can get you back to living your best life!
We offer individualized care to address all limitations affecting your daily activity!
Chronic pain, Balance deficits, Stroke recovery, Cardiopulmonary strengthening, Back pain, General strengthening for sport/fitness, Orthopedic recovery, Degenerative Disease management, and Amputee specialization
We are providing billing for most major insurance companies!
Classes like Restorative and Basic yoga are great for beginners. They focus on stretching, flexibility and learning simple poses. These classes are for people looking for a gentler practice to relax their mind. Yoga works everything. It’s not just physical. Yoga helps with your breathing. You’re learning techniques that will help you manage pain and stress. It also helps you to focus.
Once you’ve dipped your toe into the yoga pool, It’s meditation through movement.
Dry needling sometimes referred to as “Intramuscular Stimulation or Intramuscular Manual Therapy” is a treatment using thin filiform needles to relieve muscular pain and improve movement. Dry needling treats dysfunctions in skeletal muscle, fascia, and connective tissues. Needles are placed in myofascial trigger points, taut bands of skeletal muscle located within a larger muscle group (American Physical Therapy Association).
Dry needling is not an alternative treatment. It is accepted as part of modern medicine following western medicine principles.
Musculoskeletal diseases affect more than one out of every two persons in the United States age 18 and over, and nearly three out of four age 65 and over. The most common musculoskeletal conditions people seek treatment for are back pain, trauma and arthritis. Dry needling can help with all of them.
Some people also experience increased energy levels, along with improved appetite and sleep. In addition, dry needling may replace the need for some surgeries, and prevent the need for medication. The reason people turn to dry needling, is tight muscles and trigger points are actually invisible to X-rays, MRIs, and CTs.
Reducing Neck and Arm Pain
Researchers analyzed the results of the best clinical studies ever done for these pain areas and found dry needling to be an effective form of pain relief. The study was published in the Journal of Orthopedic & Sports Physical Therapy.
Reducing Shoulder Pain
Dry needling significantly reduced shoulder pain in a 2007 study published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In the study, 14 patients with bilateral shoulder pain and active myofascial trigger points in the bilateral muscles underwent dry needling therapy on one side and no therapy on the other side, which served as the control (Dr. Axe FOOD IS MEDICINE). Pain was reduced, and active and passive range of motion of the shoulder significantly improved.
Dry Needling: Deep Versus Superficial Needling
Dry needling’s success has been established in numerous studies and two comprehensive systematic reviews. Although, the deep method of dry needling has been shown to provide better results than the superficial type of treatment for pain dealing with Myofascial Trigger Points.
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