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Have you ever been told to "just rest" after an injury and it didn't get better? Or, did you start having pain out of the blue and resting didn't alleviate it? The hard truth is you can't rest your way out of pain or injuries. That's where exercise and expertise comes into play. At Forged you'll be doing exercises specific to your rehab needs to restore any mobility, strength, load tolerance, or coordination deficits we see.

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At Forged we take a hands on approach to moderate pain, improve mobility, release trigger points, release scar tissue, and improve the neuromuscular connection. We do this through joint mobilizations, soft tissue work such as scraping, deep tissue work, and PNF techniques. These techniques work best as an adjunct therapy in coordination with appropriate therapeutic exercises.



Dry needling is a technique physical therapists use to treat pain, trigger points, and movement impairments. The physical therapist inserts a "dry" needle (one without medication or injection) into areas of the muscle. Although they look similar, dry needling is not acupuncture. Acupuncture is rooted in traditional Chinese medicine, and it is performed by acupuncturists. Dry needling is supported by western research and can help treat the following conditions: arthritic pain, back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, elbow pain, arm pain, leg pain, foot pain, tennis/golfers elbow, headaches, migraines, joint pain, muscle pain, plantar fasciitis, shin splints, TMJ issues, tendonitis, trigger points, and whiplash. It works best as an adjunct therapy in combination with appropriate therapeutic exercises.

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Cupping is a technique in which a therapist places specialized cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction and increase blood flow. Cupping can help arthritic pain, back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, elbow pain, arm pain, leg pain, joint pain, and  muscle pain. It works best as an adjunct therapy in conjunction with appropriate therapeutic exercises.

Cupping Therapy


From pre surgery, post op, to finally getting back on your field of competition, we'll guide you through your rehab journey to help you perform at your best after surgery or injury.

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