Dry Needling

What is Dry Needling?

Dry Needling and related therapeutic modalities have been practised since about 3000 B.C. by the Chinese as an important form of therapy.

Many conditions react well to dry needling and it may be useful in treating and managing the following conditions:

– Weight Loss

– carpal tunnel syndrome

– tennis elbow

– low back pain

– osteoarthritis

– headaches and migraine

– menstrual cramps

– myofascial pain

– postoperative dental pain

Each patient is firstly assessed and a modern medical diagnosis is made. Because each patient is different, the course of action taken will be differ. The method of dry needling point stimulation consists of needles. A course of treatment can last from five to ten weekly appointments.