Pittman: Neck Pain & Stress

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NowAccepting NewCandidates for Dry Needling Therapy

Pittman Physical Therapy is proud to announce that Dr. Jeff Edwards has received his certification in Dry Needling from the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy and is accepting new patients. Dry Needling is the process by which a thin needling is inserted into certain areas such as muscles, tendons, ligaments, trigger points and joints. This is a treatment method that is often used to alleviate pain, reduce muscular tension, speed healing, and can help treat a variety of conditions.

Jeffrey Edwards, PT, DPT, Cert-FMT, Cert-IASTM, Cert-Dry Needling

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Jeff has completed the necessary requirements to receive this certification in Dry Needling, which includes 54 hours of post-graduate education in Dry Needling, a written and oral examination as well as a practical evaluation. The American Academy of Manipulative Therapy teaches evidence based, scientific principles associated with Dry Needling as well as Manipulative Therapy techniques. Dr. Jeff Edwards joins Jeremy Pittman with this certification, to offer more opportunity for treatment with Dry Needling at Pittman Physical Therapy. Jeff is able to treat patients for a variety of ailments including migraines and tension headaches, carpal tunnel, fibromyalgia, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee pain, lower back pain, arthritic conditions and general and

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