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Systemic/Trigger Point Dry Needling
Dry needling involves inserting a small filament needle into a muscle to decrease painful spasm and/or improve muscle activation. Dry needling is a great modality to increase flexibility, decrease pain, and improve overall physical performance.
Many people who have suffered from chronic low back pain, neck pain/headaches, and chronic muscle tightness have experienced significant relief with dry needling.
As opposed to most modalities which compress the skin, cupping lifts or distracts the tissue which can be particularly helpful for tightness in muscles such as the back and legs. Cupping can also help stimulate your body's natural healing process by improving vascularity and blood flow in the area.
Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Therapy
Lindsay uses HawkGrips tools to precisely detect and treat soft tissue injuries. The use of the metal instrument often provides deeper penetration of tissues, allowing increased blood flow and healing to areas that are tight and painful.
Dealing with pain or injury? Lindsay is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and Board Certified in Sports Physical Therapy. Lindsay will perform a full-body movement evaluation to determine not only where your pain is but also the underlying dysfunctions causing that pain/injury. Lindsay will provide manual therapy, corrective exercises, and a comprehensive home exercise program to get you out of pain and back into your life and activities.
Lindsay specializes in rehabilitation of golfers, however, has worked extensively with all types, ages, and levels of athletes including Runners, NBA, NFL, NHL, Division I Athletes, and weekend warriors.