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Dry Needling
Dry needling is an invasive procedure in which a solid filament needle is inserted into the skin and muscle directly at a myofascial trigger point. It involves insertion and repetitive manipulation of the needle in the myofascial trigger point in order to produce a local twitch response. This twitch response results in muscle relaxation due to the release of shortened bands of muscle fibers. No medication of any kind is injected.

 

Conditions Treated
Deactivation of the trigger points can bring immediate relief of a wide variety of symptoms, then we can immediately train the muscles to work in their newly-gained pain free range of motion.

Trigger point dry needling therapy can help treat the following conditions:

 

  • Myofascial Pain
  • Neck and Back Pain
  • Headaches/Migraines
  • TMJ/TMD
  • Chronic Pain
  • Movement Disorders
  • Sprains or Strains
  • Muscle Imbalances
  • Sports Injuries
  • Joint Pain of Myofascial Origin
  • Orofacial Pain

 



SPECIALTIES

With advanced knowledge of treating concussions and neurologic conditions, our Doctors of Physical Therapy play a crucial role in getting you back in the game for those suffering from complications related to concussion. [more]

The Sports Recovery Program makes the high-quality recovery services that professional athletes, pro sports teams, and USA Olympic programs depend on available to people of all ages and fitness levels living right here in the Triad. [more]

If you have had physical therapy in the past but did not receive the care or gain the results you expected, we encourage you to visit our clinic. Our hope is that we can be your resource for "Second Opinion Physical Therapy." [more]

Dry needling targets myofascial trigger points with a small needle in order to produce a local twitch response. This twitch response results in muscle relaxation and relief from a host of conditions, such as neck and back pain, headaches/migraines, TMJ/TMD, and many more. [more]

Providing a solution that did not exist before, Deep Tissue Laser Therapy has become preferred by those who have long sought relief without success. Its ability to impact pain on a cellular level provides pain relief for complex and simple conditions alike. [more]

Physical therapy of orofacial pain is an evidence-based physical program used to treat pain in the jaw, head and neck regions. Orofacial physical therapy is a highly specialized part of orthopedic physical therapy. [more]

SPECIALIZATIONS

With advanced knowledge of treating concussions and neurologic conditions, our Doctors of Physical Therapy play a crucial role in getting you back in the game for those suffering from complications related to concussion.(more)

The Sports Recovery Program makes the high-quality recovery services that professional athletes, pro sports teams, and USA Olympic programs depend on available to people of all ages and fitness levels living right here in the Triad. [more]

If you have had physical therapy in the past but did not receive the care or gain the results you expected, we encourage you to visit our clinic. Our hope is that we can be your resource for "Second Opinion Physical Therapy." [more]

Dry needling targets myofascial trigger points with a small needle in order to produce a local twitch response. This twitch response results in muscle relaxation and relief from a host of conditions, such as neck and back pain, headaches/migraines, TMJ/TMD, and many more. [more]

Providing a solution that did not exist before, Deep Tissue Laser Therapy has become preferred by those who have long sought relief without success. Its ability to impact pain on a cellular level provides pain relief for complex and simple conditions alike. (more)

Physical therapy of orofacial pain is an evidence-based physical program used to treat pain in the jaw, head and neck regions. Orofacial physical therapy is a highly specialized part of orthopedic physical therapy. (more)