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  • Writer's pictureDr. Patrick Thompson, PT, DPT, OCS, Dip. Osteopractic

Dry Needling can Improve your Sports Performance

Dry Needling for Sports Performance at Flow Physical Therapy and Wellness
Dry Needling can improve Sports Performance

Imagine this, it’s the final moments of your Sunday afternoon championship match. It all comes down to you and then you and your teammates can lift the trophy together and celebrate!

But, uh oh, you stumble and falter because that pesky knee pain crept up at exactly the wrong moment. 

Alas, the moment is over and you’ll settle for second place and an ice bag on your knee.

But what if I told you there was a bonafide way to avoid this last second let down?

How does Dry Needling Help?

It has been well established in the research and my previous posts on the benefits of Dry Needling as it relates to pain and tight muscles.

Well, if we take the next logical step, a decrease in pain and an improvement in muscle function can, and will, directly lead to improved sports performance for you at the gym, on the softball field, pickleball court, or at the CrossFit Games. 

And when you combine many benefits of Dry Needling, with the benefits of hands-on physical therapy, cupping, scraping, massage, adjustments as needed, AND activity-specific therapeutic exercises - now you are experiencing the comprehensive benefits of Osteopractic Physical Therapy and Recovery Care to improve your Sports Performance. 

This is exactly what we do at Flow Physical Therapy and Wellness in The Woodlands, TX. Here, we not only strive to fully and quickly alleviate your pain and discomfort, which limits your day to day activities, but we will have you thriving on the field/court/gym with your fellow Weekend Warriors

So if you have found yourself in this situation before, where you find your sports performance or gym performance lacking due to pain, discomfort, or tightness, then click the button below and let's just see how many championships you can win and personal bests you can achieve!

That sounds like a winning combination to us!

Dr. Patrick Thompson, PT, DPT, OCS, Dip. Osteopractic

Owner of Flow Physical Therapy and Wellness


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