Dry needling is a comprehensive needling technique that eases muscle pain and stiffness. As the name suggests, the needling process is safely performed without fluid injections. Whether it’s muscle tightness from working long hours at the office or knotted areas from intensive athletic activity, this process is designed to safely reduce pain and discomfort.
One of the benefits of a dry needling session is the identification and treatment of specific trigger points on your body. Trigger points are precise locations of muscle tissue that are disruptive and often interconnected with other inflamed parts of the body.
When a trigger point is identified, a series of safe, ultra-thin needles will be inserted to relieve tension and inflammation. Patients may experience immediate relief after their strained muscles are targeted. Blood flow, range of motion and muscle tension are all commonly improved after a dry needling session.
Dry needling is quite safe for relieving pain and improving function in problematic sites on the body. The trained and certified physical therapists who perform this technique at Synergy Sports Wellness Institute™ complete the needling process with the utmost focus on patient safety and comfort.
Here are some of the common reasons for a Dry Needling Treatment
To learn more about dry needling and whether it can help you with pain management or athletic performance, schedule an appointment with Synergy Sports Wellness Institute™.
Q: How does Dry Needling work?
A: Dry needling identifies trigger points which are locations where muscle tissue is disruptive and interconnected with other inflamed parts of the body. Once a trigger point is identified, a series of safe ultra-thin needles are inserted to relieve pain and inflammation. Patients will often have immediate relief as blood flow, range of motion and muscle tension are improved.
Q: What are some of the reasons to need a dry needling treatment?
A: Some of the common reasons for this treatment are: muscle tension; limited range of motion; acute muscle pain; should, neck, heel , hip, or back pain; and stiffness.
Q: Is Dry Needling Safe?
A: Yes, quite safe. Our technicians who perform this therapy are certified and trained. They take the utmost care and caution with every patient here at Synergy Sports Wellness Institute™.
Q: How can I get more information?
A: Schedule an appointment with Synergy Sports Wellness Institute™, 404- 352-8900. Also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Call Synergy today to make an appointment or visit us online for more information.