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Trigger Point Therapy Boulder

Locally owned and operated, North Boulder Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation LLC have provided physical therapy in Boulder for over 25 years.  Our specially trained staff has helped hundreds of patients with their physical therapy needs.  If you are looking for trigger point therapy in Boulder, contact our office today.

A trigger point is an area within the muscle tissue that causes pain in other parts of the body. Dry needling trigger point therapy is a well-tolerated treatment that relieves the pain almost immediately.   Using sterile acupuncture needles, we deactivated the trigger point and relax the shortened muscle.
 
We have 20 physical and hand therapists on staff.    We are trusted by trainers, physicians and the University of Colorado as the only PT contracted there.  As one of the largest privately owned PT clinics in Colorado, when you need tripper point therapy in Boulder, contact one of our two locations for an appointment today.
 

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