Integrative Dry Needling is a modern, safe and effective form of therapy for the treatment of a wide variety of muscular& soft tissue (tendon, ligament, fascia) pain, and nerve conditions (neuritis, neuralgia). It is a proven therapeutic modality to help treat and normalize soft tissue dysfunction, which would include: muscles, tendons, sensitized nerve tissue, and scar tissue formation (post-surgical, repetitive, or from trauma). This form of treatment helps to restore physiological balance or homeostasis to help support biological self-healing and tissue repair. Dry needling can help to improve ranges of motion, joint biomechanics, and to reduce pain, inflammation, and to promote muscular and soft tissue healing.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does it work?
What conditions can be treated?
- Neck (whiplash, arthritis)
- Middle and lower back pain (muscular, injuries, arthritis)
- Shoulder (tendinitis, bursitis, arthritis, frozen shoulder, impingement)
- Elbow (tennis, golfer’s tendinitis), bursitis, arthritis
- Wrist/ hand pain (tendinitis, some carpal tunnel conditions)
- Knee and Hip (tendinitis, bursitis)
- Leg pains (nerve/sciatic, tendinitis, muscular)
- Ankle & foot problems (Achilles tendinitis, plantar fasciitis)
- Headaches (tension, migraine)
- Neuralgias (trigeminal, sciatic)
- Post-surgical pain & dysfunction
- Pain & dysfunction from injuries and accidents
- Muscular pain & Sports Injuries
Are the needles used in the treatment sterile?
Are treatments painful?
How long is a Dry Needling treatment session?
How might I feel after a Dry Needling treatment?
How many treatments might I need to have a therapeutic effect?
Dry Needling treatments can be effective in the short-term and can also have a long-term accumulative effect to alleviate or reduce chronic pain patterns and to support general health and well-being. Each patient’s response to treatment can vary and these issues are always discussed during treatment.