FAST AND EFFECTIVE PAIN RELIEF FOR MANY CONDITIONS!
DRY NEEDING (also called trigger point dry needling) HELPS RELEASE MUSCLE TENSION AND ACTIVATE MUSCLES THAT ARE NOT WORKING WELL.
ELIMINATE PAIN AND IMPROVE MOBILITY EFFECTIVELY WITH DRY NEEDLING AND MODERN PHYSIOTHERAPY EQUIPMENT.
Dry needling in a modern innovative treatment designed for fast pain relief. It uses musculoskeletal model which focuses on anatomy, biomechanics and individual muscle.
Dry needling is a modern medical practice which is often associated with acupuncture but aside from providing pain relief and using similar tools the philosophy and treatments are very different.
Dry needling has longer needles and can reach into deep tissue which is not accessible by acupuncture or manual therapy. This technique is used by physiotherapist, chiropractors, acupuncturists and medical doctors to relieve muscle pain, cramping, tension, improve range of motion, improve mobility and flexibility.
Dry needling helps speed up recovery process and return to patients to active lifestyle.
Our muscles sometimes develop knotted areas called trigger points. These trigger points are muscles that are overworked and are in a constant state of a spasm/ contraction.
Practitioner inserts thin, stainless steel filiform needles deep into the muscle to release tention which makes the nerve contract and softens right away.
Benefits of Dry Needling
Dry needling can help treat many conditions such as:
- Joint & Disc problems
- Migraine & Headaches
- Repetitive Injuries (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome)
- Frozen Shoulder (Chronic)
- Neck, Back and Shoulder pain
- And Much More
It also help to increase range of motion and improve flexibility.
How Fast Will I See Results?
In some cases results are instant but you will feel sore the day of treatment. In most cases you will feel a huge relief the next day and can be back to your regular daily routine within 24 hours. Some patients depending on their condition will require more sessions.
Are There Side Effects?
Dry needling is usually considered very safe. Most side effects are minor to none, which include:
- Temporary soreness
- Mild bleeding after treatment
- Bruising around injected area
- Mild pain during or after treatment
Dry needling is not painful but it is uncomfortable and you will feel muscle contraction.
Who Should Not Have Dry Needling Treatment?
- Pregnant women
- People who are afraid of needles
- People taking blood thinners
- Recently undergone surgery
You should always consult your doctor or physiotherapist if the treatment is right for you and your condition.