Dry Needling (like acupuncture for muscles) is amazing for getting fast and effective relief of pain that lasts! We have extensive knowledge of the human body and years of training and experience in Dry Needling.
There’s no doubt about it, pain sucks the energy and spark out of your life. Dry Needling is one of the best tools to quickly get on top of your pain to return energy and get back to loving life.
Dry needling can be effective for many areas of the body such as backs, necks, shoulders and legs. It can help with things like sporting injuries, arthritis, referred pain and overuse style injuries.
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What does Dry Needling entail?
Dry Needling is like acupuncture for your muscles. We use the acupuncture styled needles exclusively to relieve pain and tension. There are various techniques we can use so we can cater to you whether you’re an experienced dry needling receiver or if this is your very first time experiencing acupuncture for muscles. Some people who are experienced will like to feel what is called a ‘twitch response’ which is the nervous systems reaction to hitting on some trigger points. For beginners we can offer a gentle experience whilst still getting results so that you feel completely comfortable with the treatment.
Our staff personally enjoy the results of dry needling, helping each other when we need pain relief. We find it’s less painful than pressure point release and massage and it’s faster acting too. We often get patients specifically requesting dry needling because they experience the same results as us. We don’t charge more for a dry needling treatment – this means your out the door quicker which leaves more money in your pocket!
What can we help you with?
- Tight muscles from gym, boot-camp or sport
- Torn muscle to increase blood flow and aid repair
- Low back pain
- Neck pain
- Headache and Migraine
- Poor posture from computer work
- Overuse injury from computer work
- Sporting and recreational activity injuries
- Disc Bulge by relieving surrounding tight muscles and combining with exercises
- Facet joint irritation
- Sciatica and other pinched nerves in the neck and back
- Scoliosis and Kyphosis of the spine
- Knee pain or clicking
- Ankle pain or clicking
- Hip pain or clicking
- Groin pain
- Wrist pain
- Tennis and Golfers elbow
- Shoulder dysfunction or pain
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- SIJ pain