Dry Needling is a great way to release trigger points that are restricting mobility, decreasing strength and causing pain
The benefits of dry needling
Loosen stiff muscles
Ease joint pain
Optimize sports performance
Improve blood flow and oxygen circulation within
Speed recovery from an injury
Release trigger points
Increase range of motion
Promote the body's own healing mechanisms
Dry needling with physical therapy
How does it work?
Dry needling is a safe, effective treatment involving needles that are the same as those used in acupuncture. However, dry needling differs from acupuncture in most other ways. A practitioner inserts a needle along a client's trigger points - the tight bands of tissue within a muscle - to promote the body's own healing mechanisms.
What results will I see?
Dry needling can loosen stiff muscles, increase range of motion, ease joint point, improve blood flow and oxygen circulation within the body. Trigger points cause tightness in the muscles that block blood flow and oxygen; dry needling removes
Why act now?
Dry needling is just one tool that physical therapists can use to address myofascial pain and muscle tightness. Making dry needling a part of a physical therapy plan can help you reach your goals for pain relief, prevention, performance optimization and injury recovery.
Team members certified in dry needling
Amanda Roach, DPT
Emerson Talbott, DPT
Jared Dapkevich, DPT
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