Have You Tried Dry Needling

What is “Dry Needling?”


Sticking needles in your body to relieve pain may sound ridiculous but don’t knock it until you try it. Many people who suffer from either low back pain, musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, neck pain, or other muscle tightness injuries use dry needling therapy to help relieve pain and believe it or not, it does wonders!

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What Are Dry Needling’s Benefits?

Dry needling uses thin, solid needles to penetrate connective tissue and muscle to reduce pain and improve function. 

benefits

Reduces pain and stiffness

Improves mobility

Improves muscle function

What Does Dry Needling Help?

In the hands of a certified provider, dry needling is designed to help the body adapt to injuries - new and old, help reduce trigger points, and creates natural pain-relief chemicals. 

Common issues helped

Muscle and tendon pain

Joint pain and arthritis

Headaches


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Is Dry Needling Safe

Yes! Dry needling is a very low-risk procedure. These are dry meaning there is no medicine being injected. Dry needling is uses different techniques and used in combination with chiropractic and massage.

Techniques

Electotherapy 

Periosteal Pecking

Needling Winding

What Can We Help

Functional Dry Needling can help low back pain, neck pain, knee pain and osteoarthritis, hand and wrist pain - Like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. 

Who Do We Help

Dry Needling can help a variety of people. We typically help people increase performance, recover from injuries both new and old, headache sufferers, plantar fasciitis, and help increase mobility. 

Sound good! Are you to learn more?

Then schedule a no-charge consult with Dr. Nardi to learn if Dry Needling could help you!