What you should know!
Although dry needling has been around for several years, it’s recently surging in popularity. So what is it? How is it done? Dry Needling involves inserting a small needling into a muscle in the region of a “trigger point.” The goal of Dry Needling is to generate a local twitch response from that area to release muscle tension and pain. Dry needling is an effective treatment for both chronic and acute pain with very few side effects.
If you would like additional information about this service, please contact one of our offices or check out this link published by the American Physical Therapy Association. Here you can read a patient’s testimony and gather more information on the procedure.
If you would like to see how dry needling is done, visit the link provided below. The American Physical Therapy Association has provided information and video documentation to educate our communities about Dry Needling by a Doctor of Physical Therapy.