Physiotherapist in Mohali,Zirakpur,Chandigarh,Panchkula,Kharar and Derabassi
We are Providing Best Physiotherapy services in Mohali, Jalandhar, ludhiana,Amritsar, Chandigarh ,Panchkula,zirakpur,kharar . In addition to Various Orthopaedic,Neurological,paediatric problems, we also provide services such as preventive health care, muscle therapy, ultrasound and rehabilitative exercise that will help you recover optimal health and peak performance without drugs. We will show you how to care for your back and neck for comfortable painfree life.
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Home Physiotherapy Services in Mohali and Chandigarh.
Nowdays Physiotherapy has become important Part of Healthcare and wellness along with other latest healthcare advancements. People can get advantage of drugless recovery in many conditions that includes orthopaedic,neurological and other conditions. Not olny the recovery part people have chosen physiotherapy to stay fit and made physical assesment of body important part of routine healthcare check up just like routine Pathological tests. In Busy lifestyle sometimes it become difficult to spare time to get physical assesment done by visiting at physiotherapy clinic so along with our clinical setups we are providing HOME PHYSIOTHERAPY in Kharar,Chandigarh,mohali ,Panchkula,zirakpur and derabassi. so that you can get proper physiotherapy help that too within your comfort time range and at your home.
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2 Days Hands On 'Trigger Point Dry Needling' Workshop
We also Help Professionals to learn and update their techniques of practice.Organised Two days hands on workshop on trigger point dry needling where around 25 Physiotherapist participated and learned latest techniques of dry needling from resource person Dr.Deepak Chhabra.
Dry needling is the insertion of an acupuncture needle, a monofilament non-medicated stainless steel needle, into the soft tissues of the body, typically into a myofascial trigger point. Common needle widths are between .16 mm to .30 mm, much thinner than the needles used for typical medical injections. A trigger point is a taut, hyperirritable band found within a muscle which can cause a characteristic pattern of pain locally or at a distance from the trigger point. Weakness, abnormal recruitment of muscles, a loss of range of motion, headaches, disturbed sleep, and even tinnitus are also characteristic of trigger points. When stimulated by the insertion of a needle it will cause a muscle twitch, accompanied by a strong sensory and autonomic response. The sensory component can manifest itself as a variety of sensations (i.e. burning, aching, tingling) and can even reproduce the same pain a client regularly complains about. The autonomic component will sometimes cause sweating or even goosebumps. Following the twitch, the muscle will reflexively relax significantly.
The reduction of a trigger point is also accompanied by a reduction in the complaints of the client. Be that pain, lack of mobility, or performance, the results are always significant. Myofascial pain is one of the most common reasons a person goes to their doctor complaining of pain, and it is characterized by the presence of trigger points. Even intuitively many people recognize that their muscles are at least somewhat involved in the pain they are experiencing and are quick to opt for a massage. Massage and other external techniques can be quite effective. They even serve as a great compliment to dry needling, however, they cannot reach the center of these dysfunctional areas called trigger points.
In my years of experience in physical therapy, I have never witnessed such a profound technique such as dry needling. With the help of dry needling and a skillful physical therapist, I have been able to normalize my own chronic neck pain and lifelong imbalances. For my clients, the difference has been undeniable. Since becoming certified in Dry Needling my patients have enjoyed quicker results and better outcomes. Many of my clients have tried a wide variety of treatments before finding relief with the unique approach at Latitude Physiotherapy including dry needling. Have you tried dry needling yet? What are your feelings about it? Next time you find yourself complaining of pain, consider a treatment that dives deep to the heart of the problem!
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy is a drug-free, non-surgical approach to healing and wellness. It is a natural method of health care that focuses on treating the causes of physical problems rather than covering up the symptoms with drugs. Its preservation, enhancement, or restoration of movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disease, injury, or disability that utilizes therapeutic exercise, physical modalities (such as massage and electrotherapy), assistive devices, and patient education and training .