Dry Needling is used to treat a number of conditions and bring real pain relief.
Dry needing is a technique that is done by a licensed therapist that helps bring true relief from pain caused by muscular conditions or imbalances. This can help target specific areas that you are having difficulty of pain in.
What is it?
Also known as Intramuscular Manual Therapy or Trigger Point Dry Needlinginvolves placing filiform needles into selected muscles to deactivate myofascial trigger points in order to restore normal muscle function to injured or weak muscles. This breaks up the tension of the muscle and promotes healing to the affected area.
Who is it For?
Dry needling can help anyone who is experiencing pain or limited function or mobility caused by a intramusclar condition. If you have just been injured or are recovering from surgery this can help increase circulation and promote healing.
This has been known to treat a variety of conditions including:
- Hip and leg pain, sciatica, calf pain and muscle spasms
- Shoulder and arm pain, impingement, weakness, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome
- Neck and low back pain
- Headaches, TMJ, face pain
- Foot and ankle sprains and plantar fasciitis
- Tennis and Golfer’s Elbow
How Long Before I Feel Results?
Most feel relief instantly. Depending on the complexity of your condition, improvements can be noticed within [6 sessions]. You will also receive at-home exercises for your specific condition to help maintain long-term relief.*
How Do I Get Started?
If you or someone you know can benefit from this program, give us a call (504) 603-6044 or contact us via email today to learn how to get started. View our pricing and accepted insurance here.
*Please Note: Patients typically experience soreness anywhere from a couple hours up to 48 hours which is a normal response to dry needling. It is also common for patients to experience mild bruising to the targeted and surrounding areas with a higher concentration of blood vessels, but this is a normal and healthy response in terms of dry needling.