Covington, LA (PressExposure) July 17, 2014 -- Those in pain now have one more option available to help relieve what ails them at Rehab Dynamics, LLC.
The therapy practice provides its patients with Trigger Point Dry Needling, a technique that uses a fine filament needle to deactivate or shut down painful or knotted areas in muscles. At Rehab Dynamics Physical Therapy, dry needling is offered to patients as an add-on to their physical therapy service.
"It's another soft tissue technique that's more specific and more effective than massage," Devon Nolan Lockfield Crystal Cook Ferris, PT, DPT, and MTC. "I don't think it's very prevalent in Folsom yet but it's growing."
According to Devon Nolan Lockfield, dry needling helps speed up the healing process and creates better movement in injured patients. Cost incurred per body part is very less, dry needling is an affordable way for patients to enhance their therapy.
Dry needling is ideal for those who are suffering from injuries due to automobile accidents, those with TMJ disorders, chronic pain sufferers, and sports injuries. CrossFit participants who have sustained injuries can also receive benefit from dry needling, as there's not typically any downtime after a session. Dry needling is also good in case of tendonitis, low back pain and headaches.
Devon Nolan Lockfield is a B.S. in Kinesiology and a concentration in human movement science. She is trained through respected for a year to obtain her dry needling certification, which differs from acupuncture in that dry needling goes deep into the muscle to trigger a relaxation response.
With proven rehab techniques they help recover their patients from joint replacement, back surgery, a broken arm, shoulder problems, any type of surgery and even joint or muscle pain. Its skilled therapists can also assist with Weight Loss, Stress management Strength training and Sports enhancement
Its certified and licensed physical therapists have over 20 years of experience in physical therapy field. Their effective treatment services include Manual Therapy, Massage Therapy, Muscle Injuries, Orthopedic Conditions, Wellness Services, and much more.