1. Joint mobilisation

Here’s where joint mobilisation comes in. It’s a gentle form of manual therapy or exercise that involves controlled movements of your joints. By applying gentle pressure and glides, mobilisation:

  • Increases blood flow: This brings nutrients to the joint, reducing stiffness and promoting healing.
  • Stretches tight tissues: This allows for greater range of motion, improving flexibility.
  • Reduces pain: Mobilisation can ease discomfort associated with stiffness and limited movement.

Stiff joints got you down? Amogh Physiotherapy can get you moving again! Call today for a consultation.



2. Dry needling

Dry Needling: Targeting Tightness for Relief

Struggling with muscle pain and knots? Dry needling might be the answer. This technique involves inserting thin needles into trigger points, those tight, irritable areas in your muscles.

Here’s how it works:

  • Targets the source: Dry needling goes directly to the trigger point, unlike massage that focuses on broader areas.
  • Twitches for relief: The needle may cause a small twitch, which helps relax the muscle and reduce pain.
  • Improved function: By addressing the trigger points, dry needling can improve your range of motion and overall function.

Amogh Physiotherapy offers Dry Needling for Targeted Pain Relief. Call today and experience the difference!