Dry Needling Physical Therapy
Dry Needling is a common treatment approach at Rehab Guru. Dry needling is used to treat many different type of muscle and nerve related injuries. Dry needling involves the insertion of a fine filament into a muscle. This technique helps bring amazing pain relief for common musculoskeletal injuries. The needle that is used is very thin and rarely causes any pain when it is inserted. The needle is inserted into the “trigger points" facilitating a relaxation response to the muscle.The approach has very little pain with great results. Dry Needling provides pain relief without the use of medication. Schwahn is certified in dry needling through the Spinal Manipulation Institute and through Dr. Ma's Integrative Dry Needling.
Typically it takes 2-3 session of dry needling to get good results.
Here are some common conditions (but not limited to) which benefit from Dry Needling
Tennis elbow/golfers elbow
IT Band Syndrome
Neck pain and back pain.
If you suffer from any of these conditions you may benefit for Dry Needling Treatments.
An evaluation is recommended to determine if Dry Needling with be beneficial as well identifying other muscle imbalances that might be influencing your current injury.
Diana Schwahn is certified in dry needling through the Spinal Manipulation Institute and through Dr. Ma's Integrative Dry Needling. Dry needling involves the application acupuncture needles into a tight, or painful muscles.
Dry needling has been proven to be an effective way of relaxing spasmed muscles, reducing inflammation and relieving pain. It is an excellent way to treat myofascial pain syndromes and many other chronic condition. Schedule a Dry Needling session today!
* Headaches * Sciatica
* Frozen Shoulder * Low back pain
* Carpal Tunnel * Neck Pain
* Golfers Elbow * Knee Pain
* Buttock Pain * Hip Pain
* Tennis Elbow * Plantar Fascitis
* TMJ * Shin Splints