Craniosacral therapy
Dry Needling

Craniosacral therapy (CST) is a gentle, light-touch treatment that enhances the body's own natural healing processes to optimize alignment and restore balance to the nervous system. 

How does it work?

  • Use of gentle hand pressure applied to  specific points on body to manipulate the skeleton and free up restrictions in the cranial bones, sacrum (tailbone region) and associated soft tissue of the body to make changes from inside-out

  • Releases blockages in tissues, blood or    spinal fluid flow to optimize alignment and restore natural healing process


Who can benefit from this ?

Anyone! It has been found to be quite successful with chronic back pain, trauma or impact injuries from car accidents/falls, post-surgical pain, headaches, TMJ pain/dysfunction, arthritis, and muscle or joint imbalance.

Myofascial Release

Dry Needling is the insertion of fine needles into myofascial trigger points (painful "knots" in muscle), tendons, ligaments or near nerve pathways to stimulate a healing response in painful musculoskeletal conditions.

How does it work?

  • Stimulates a localized twitch response in muscles to de-activate the trigger point & break the pain-spasm-pain cycle

  • Increases blood flow to the often ischemic area to promote healing of tissue & alleviate pain

  • Increases absorption of fluid to reduce swelling following injury


Who can benefit from this? 

Neck pain, low back pain, shoulder impingement, carpal tunnel, headaches, knee pain, shin splints, plantar fascitis, hip pain,  painful "knots" in muscle not relieved by stretching or massage alone.


Myofascial Cupping

Myofascial Release (MFR) is the three-dimensional application of sustained pressure and movement into the fascial system for a minimum of 3 to 5 minutes.

I practice John F. Barnes' Myofascial Realease Approach


How does it work? 

  • Applying gentle traction over several minutes allows time for the tissue to change at the deepest level resulting in tissue length that remains long after the pressure or traction is released. 

  • Fascial strains can create pressure on nerves, blood vessels, muscles and bones at a force of 2,000 lb/sq in. which, in turn, begin to pull the body out of alignment causing imbalance or create crushing pressure on pain-sensistive structures leading to pain. Pain is the symptom pointing to the deeper issue: fascial strain. MFR works to restore optimal alignment by releasing the restrictions in the fascial system causing the root of the pain.


Who can benefit from this?  

Anyone! It has been estimated that over 90% of the patients treated for pain or injury have myofacial dysfunction. 








Be Still P.T. provides physical therapy services on a fee-for-service basis.  We are considered an Out-of-Network Provider, and therefore require payment for treatment at the time of service.  We accept cash, check and all major credit cards.  We also accept payment from Health Saving Accounts (HSAs) and Flex Pay accounts (which may require a physician's prescription to ensure coverage by your HSA).

We will provide you with a bill (upon request), including the appropriate codes and information for you to submit to your insurance company.  Reimbursement varies based on individual insurance plans and coverage.  Please call your insurance company to inquire about your current coverage benefits for Out-of-Network physical therapy providers.

Myofascial Cupping is a form of massage cupping that uses cups to create suction on the skin to lift tissue as the therapist moves the cup to decompress underlying tissue. Think of it as a reverse massage, as instead of traditional soft-tissue techniques that use compression into painful tissues, the cups use vacuum suction (decompression) to pull the fascia away from the surface to release tight or painful areas.

How does it work?

  • This suction pulls up the skin and underlying fascia which increases circulation to muscles and joints, helps to soften muscles and lift connective tissue to increase range of motion and break up muscle adhesions (commonly referred to as "knots").

  • It also aids in increasing the blood blow to the treated areas and drain excessive fluids and toxins. 

   Fixed and Moving Cupping:

   Fixed Cupping: cups are placed on the body and left in place for up to      

   15 minutes without being moved. 

   Moving Cupping: therapeutic oil is rubbed on the skin. The cups are    

   placed over the areas to be treated, then the therapist will slide the cups

   around the body, often having the client move the muscle or joint nearby

   to assist in a greater stretch on the underyling tissue. 

Who can benefit from this?

Especially helpful for plantar fasciitis, IT band and piriformis syndrome, shoulder impingement, biceps tendonitis and low back pain. 

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