Top Physical Therapy and Rehab Specialists in Roy, Syracuse, & Layton, Utah

Roy Utah Dry Needling

Roy, Syracuse, & Layton, Utah

Roy Dry Needling – Physical Therapists – Rock Run Physical Therapy

Dry Needling is a medical technique performed by a skilled physical therapist to immediately reduce pain, muscle tension and improve mobility. It is used in a variety of musculoskeletal problems including, but not limited to: acute or chronic injuries, headaches, neck painback paintendinitis, muscle spasms, “Sciatica”, hip or knee pain, muscle strains, fibromyalgia, tennis or golfer’s elbow, overuse injuries, and much more.

What Is It?

Dry Needling is a treatment technique often used by physical therapists to relieve pain. It requires using a sterile acupuncture needle that is inserted through the skin into muscles, tendons, ligaments, and/or close to nerves to immediately reduce pain, decrease muscle tension and increase mobility. It IS NOT acupuncture; it is based on a modern scientific study of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems. This treatment technique provides an environment that enhances the body’s ability to heal which ultimately reduces pain.

Is This Acupuncture?

There are many similarities and differences between dry needling and acupuncture. Licensed physical therapists in a growing number of states can use dry needling under the scope of their practice. Our Physical therapists ARE not licensed acupuncturists and do not practice acupuncture. In contrast to most schools of acupuncture, dry needling is strictly based on Western medicine principles and research.

What can be treated by Dry Needling?

Dry Needling can be used for a variety of muscle, tendon, ligament and nerve problems. When combined with traditional physical therapy and the advanced manual therapy techniques, we have had success treating most pain related problems from head to toe and from acute to chronic conditions.

It can also be used to help athletes overcome delayed onset muscle soreness. As athletes push the envelope to become bigger and faster or to reach new goals, recovery becomes an essential phase in the process. Often times dry needling can be used to speed up this recovery time and allow the athlete to return to training or to playing as soon as possible.

Dry Needling Recovery Time

It usually feels like you had a hard workout at the gym. Soreness usually lasts 24-48 hours. Tell your provider at your next visit how long the soreness lasted. Bruising from Dry Needling is possible.

DRY NEEDLING OFFERED AT ALL THREE ROCK RUN PHYSICAL THERAPY LOCATIONS:

  • Layton Dry Needling
  • Roy Dry Needling
  • Syracuse Dry Needling 

Is it Painful?

For most people there is little to no discomfort with the insertion of the needle. Physical therapist strive to make the treatment virtually painless however, at times, you may experience a “twitch response” which often feels like a quick muscle cramp or ache. These sensations are normal and even desirable at times. Following this technique muscle soreness can be felt up to 24-48 hours. The application of heat or ice and drinking plenty of fluids usually reduces the soreness.

Dry Needling is a powerful treatment technique that when in used with conjunction with our other physical therapy treatments, can help you relieve your pain and improve your function quickly.

For more information, Contact us in Roy, Syracuse and Layton.

Request Appointment
MM slash DD slash YYYY

Certified Astym Providers

Unmatched Restorative Results
Rock Run Physical Therapy is committed to offering top-quality care. We have clinicians on staff that underwent the intensive training and education to become Astym-certified.

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Rock Run Physical Therapy offers aware winning physical therapy in Northern Utah. Voted Best Physical Therapy in 2019, 2020, and 2021 by the Standard Examiner. We are proud to serve our patients with three convinient locations in Layton, Roy, and Syracuse, UT. Our team understands that it is our morale obligation to help and serve as many individuals as we can throughout the Wasatch Region. We are here to provide the best physical therapy and recovery to you and your family. Get started today!
Register Now
Roy Location
801-985-2700 | 385-888-7890
5991 S 3500 W #300, Roy, UT 84067
Contact Our Roy Office
Layton Location
385-515-4810
1730 E 3100 N #1 Layton, UT 84040
Contact Our Layton Office
Syracuse Location
801-896-9200 | 385-888-7890
780 S 2000 W STE A104, Syracuse, UT 84075
Contact Our Syracuse Office

© Copyright 2021 Rock Run Therapy. All Rights Reserved.

linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram