Our Passion


Your Dedication

We provide treatment for the following:

  • We specialize in treating neurologic conditions including  brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson disease.
  • Migraines, tension, and cervicogenic headaches
  • Falls risk assessments
  • Balance therapy
  • Gait training (helping to improve your walking)
  • Recovery and deconditioning after lengthy hospital admissions, including post-covid
  • Orthopedic and musculoskeletal injuries
  • Joint-replacement recovery
  • Pre/Post-surgery
  • Many other conditions/disorders, please contact us  to see if we can help you!


Treatments MAY Include:

  • Strength and conditioning training 
    • We will bring theraband, weights, our portable mini-leg press, and portable floor/table bike.
  • Neuromuscular control training after orthopedic and neurologic injury to improve muscle control.
  • Taping of joints to increase or decrease muscle activation, provide joint support, and improve sensory feedback.
  • Balance training using varying surfaces and neuroprinciples to improve your body’s ability to recover a loss of balance.
  • Falls risk assessments using falls specific evidence-based outcome measures and providing a thorough assessment of potential falls risks in your home. 
  • Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation using electrical impulses to improve muscle fiber activation after neurological injury. 
  • Gait training to improve your walking pattern and walking efficiency.
  • Functional training to practice important everyday tasks such as:
    • stair training
    • standing up from a chair
    • getting out of bed
    • learning how to get off the floor if you’ve had a fall
    • entering and exiting your home safely
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization including Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization.
  • Dry Needling: see detailed description below


*All treatments utilized will be based on a thorough physical therapy examination and evaluation to determine medically necessary treatments for your condition. No guarantees can be made on how an individual will respond to a specific treatment or outcomes of each treatment.*








Dry Needling

What is dry needling?

Dry needling is evidence-based treatment for subacute and chronic pain. Treatment includes insertion of one-time use, sterile, monofilament needles into muscle, tendons, ligaments, teno-osseous junctions, scar tissue, and near peripheral nerves. Manual stimulation and electrical stimulation of the needles are utilized to improve outcomes.

When suffering from chronic pain, there are multiple internal mechanisms keeping the pain cycle activated within the region of pain and within the nervous system. Chronic inflammation in the painful region can compress blood vessels and deprive the area of healthy nutrients and oxygen. In addition, your nervous system begins to increase pain receptors and chemicals that increase your body’s perception of pain. This becomes a cycle and your pain continues.

Dry needling has been shown to reactivate your body’s healing process in the painful region, improve blood flow, improve delivery of good nutrients to the area, and decrease the sensitivity of your nervous system to pain.


Dry needling can treat (in adjunct with other therapeutic interventions):

-Cervicogenic and tension headaches

-Neck pain

-Low back pain

-Shoulder pain

-Elbow pain from tendonitis (golfer’s and tennis elbow)

-Piriformis syndrome

-Hip pain, including pain from hip osteoarthritis

-Knee pain, including pain from knee osteoarthritis

-IT band pain

-Achilles tendonitis

-Plantar Fasciitis

-Neurogenic/peripheral nerve pain including carpal tunnel syndrome and sciatica.


Contact us at 859-359-6808 to discuss pricing and risk vs. benefits of dry needling!
*No guarantees can be made on how an individual will respond to s specific treatment or outcomes of each treatment*


Mailing Address

Be Mobile Physical Therapy & Wellness

PO Box 18367

Erlanger, KY



Need additional assistance? Please contact us:


(859)  359 – 6808


Monday – Friday

8:00 AM – 8:00 PM


9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Closed Sunday

Servicing northern Kentucky including:

Boone, Kenton, and Campbell Counties

Grant, Owen, and Gallatin Counties on case-by-case basis