2UNE UP | RECOVERY

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ELEVATE YOUR RECOVERY & CONTINUE 2 DO THE THINGS YOU LOVE

RECOVER & PREPARE 2 PERFORM!

recovery repair maintenance physical therapy

IS THE DAILY GRIND OF TRAINING TAKING A TOLL ON YOUR BODY?

PREPARING FOR A RUN OR COMPETITION?

OPTIMIZE YOUR RECOVERY & ALWAYS BE READY 2 PERFORM WITH OUR 2UNEUP SERVICES

ELEVATE YOUR RECOVERY & CONTINUE 2 DO THE THINGS YOU LOVE

Our Physical Therapists will focus on problem areas that may be sore, tender, and have experienced an overload of use. We want to help you optimize your recovery and Perform For Life.

A 2une Up at R2P, may include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Manual Therapy - Hands on Work & Massage

  • Dry Needling -Learn More Here

  • Cupping & Instrument Assisted Work

  • Stretching & Passive Range of Motion

  • Dynamic Movements & Mobility Work

  • Hyperice Compression Boots & Massage Devices

  • Blood Flow Restriction

 

stretch recovery physical therapy

Coming off a major tournament, event or competition?

Ready to continue training but your body is saying ‘NO’?

Our expert team of Performance Physical Therapists will give your body a boost to allow your muscles to heal and rejuvenate quicker.

CONTINUE 2 PERFORM FOR LIFE!

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$95 FOR A 30 MINUTE SESSION

WHAT IS DRY NEEDLING?

Dry needling is a therapeutic intervention that uses a monofilament needle  to improve mobility, normalize muscle function, and decrease pain through restoring a muscle’s normal resting tone.  When our bodies undergo excessive stress in either an acute or chronic environment we can get an abnormal amount of input into the muscle via its innervating nerve.  Dry needling acts to restore normal electrical input, similar in theory as to why we defibrillate a heart that is undergoing an arrhythmia.  In essence, we are trying to bring that muscle back to its normal baseline.  Think about needling as hitting the “Reset Button” for a dysfunctional muscle.

Dry needling can be a powerful tool to help reduce pain and restore proper movement quality following injury and to prevent likelihood of future injuries. If you have questions regarding whether needling is appropriate for you, consult a physical therapist at R2P and we would be more than happy to discuss your options and situation.

Therapists at Rehab 2 Perform have received their training through the field’s leading researchers and advocates for the practice of dry needling as a therapeutic tool.

DRY NEEDLING FAQ