Astym, Cupping, Massage Therapy & Dry Needling
Physical therapy is all about providing treatment in the form of strengthening exercises for any physical injury. Apart from being non-invasive, physical therapy modalities are effective and cost-efficient. ASTYM® is a specialized form of physical therapy that has been proven to be very effective for tendonitis, pain, and other physical injuries. It is also cost-effective and yields positive results in over 90% of patients. H2 Health clinicians are ATYSM-certified and provide various other therapies like dry needling, massage therapy, manual therapy, mobilization, and manipulations.
SPECIALIZED PHYSICAL THERAPY MODALITIES
Our physical therapy teams consist of individuals with decades of experience and various national and international certifications. Through this extensive experience, the clinicians at H2 Health provide a variety of physical therapy services ranging from cupping and massages to dry needling and ASTYM therapy.
ASTYM therapy is a newly developed yet highly effective physical therapy technique. ASTYM therapy can help you feel better, quickly, and easily. This unique type of therapy uses your own body's healing mechanisms to stimulate the regeneration of healthy tissue. The result is pain relief and improved function. Whether you're dealing with an old sports injury or chronic pain, ASTYM therapy can help you get back to feeling your best. So don't wait any longer, give ASTYM a try today!
Cupping therapy is an ancient Chinese practice that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments. The therapist will place special cups on your skin, which creates suction. This suction will help to loosen tight muscles, break up scar tissue, and increase blood flow. Cupping therapy can be used to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and improve overall circulation. H2 Health is happy to provide this unique and effective therapy to our clients.
Manual therapy is a type of physical therapy that involves manipulating the soft tissues of the body to promote healing. Common techniques include massage, trigger point release, and myofascial release. Manual therapy can be used to treat a variety of conditions, such as chronic pain, headaches, and tension. While it is most often used in conjunction with other forms of treatment, manual therapy can be an effective standalone treatment for those who are looking for an alternative to medication or surgery.
A massage isn't just an indulgence. It's good for you! Scientific studies have shown that message therapy can help to improve circulation, increase flexibility, reduce stress levels, and boost immunity. In addition, massage can help to relieve pain, tension headaches, and muscle soreness. So why wait? Book an appointment with your local massage therapist today!
Mobilization and manipulation are two important techniques used by physical therapists to help patients recover from injury. Manipulation involves using the hands to move a joint beyond its normal range of motion, while mobilization involves using gentle traction to stretch the tissues around a joint. Both techniques can help reduce pain and inflammation and improve range of motion. In addition, mobilization and manipulation can be used to correct alignment problems and to release trapped nerves. As a result, these techniques can be an important part of physical therapy for many different types of injuries.
Integrative dry needling is an effective therapy that supports accelerated health and a return to an active lifestyle. It is referred to as “dry” needling because there is no solution injected.
This new therapeutic tool requires a specific certification that our certified physical therapists are specially trained in. When other therapy techniques haven’t worked, let our team get you back to the life you love with dry needling!
While there is a plethora of conditions that can be treated with the above-mentioned therapies, here are the most commonly encountered ones.
- Neck and upper back pain
- Lower back pain
- Acute and chronic tendonitis
- IT band syndrome
- Plantar fasciitis
- Rotator cuff injuries
- Tennis/golfer’s elbow injuries
H2 Health is one the pioneers in combining various physical therapy modalities in one place. Our physical therapists and sports medicine specialists are certified in ASTYM, cupping, dry needling, manual therapy, and much more. We assure you of a specific treatment and rehab plan for your condition. Want to get in the best health in the most cost-effective way? Call us today at (800) 699-9395 or request an appointment online for a personalized consultation. Find your nearest H2 Health clinic.