Frequently Asked Questions (Faqs) About Fibromyalgia Pain. In Step®Clinic Provides The Best Treatment For Fibromyalgia Pain In Edmonton.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently Asked Questions (Faqs) About Fibromyalgia Pain. In Step®Clinic Provides The Best Treatment For Fibromyalgia Pain In Edmonton.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

IMS is a needling technique that helps to reduce adverse tone in tight muscle bands or trigger points that contribute to pain and dysfunction. By targeting localized areas of tightness with the needle insertion a reflex relaxation is produced in the muscle. This helps to relieve pressure on tender joint structures and in the muscles themselves which in turn influences pain and inflammation produced by the adverse tightness. The points are chosen by the certified therapist by conducting a neuropathic assessment. It is a dry needling treatment, meaning that nothing is injected. The needles used are similar to those of acupuncture. The average number of sessions required to create a sustained benefit is 7 to 8 sessions at a frequency of once a week.

Therapeutic Massage therapy.
Active Release Therapy {ART}
Occupational therapy
Manual Therapy & Myofascial Release. {MFR}
Spinal Manipulations.
Intra Muscular Stimulation [ IMS]

Manual Therapy involves the physiotherapist’s use of his or her hands to mobilize the joints of the spine and extremities, create movement in nerve tissue or facilitate the activation, flexibility and normal tone of muscle. Several different techniques can be used to restore normal motion (not too much, not too little) and regain control of that motion. This allows each region of the body to move fully, efficiently and safely.

Exercise therapy involves eliciting motion of the body or its parts in order to relieve symptoms and improve function. Specific stretching, strengthening, and stabilization exercises are a critical part of the rehabilitation process for most musculoskeletal injuries. Continued exercise is an important component of injury prevention.

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