Dry Needling

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What will dry needling do for me?

  • Nerve pain fiber inhibition

  • Promotes more organized connective tissue at a cellular level for improved tissue healing and pliability.

  • Aides re-uptake of neurotransmitters between the nerve and muscle to normalize muscle tone.

  • Releases trigger points.

  • Promotes a natural opioid release that promotes a local and systemic analgesic effect.

  • Promotes blood flow locally.

  • Releases nitrous oxide for systemic effects of reducing blood pressure.

  • Pain reduction through reducing central nervous system activity.


Research

International Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: “Peripheral and Spinal Mechanisms of Pain and Dry Needling Mediated Analgesia: A Clinical Resource Guide for Professionals.”


Treatment Duration

Treatment duration is dependent on type and severity of symptoms.