Pinpoint and relieve your pain
Acupuncture has been in practice for centuries to relieve pain and discomfort by opening up a person's energy flow. Dry needling is a similar practice designed to stimulate muscular trigger points to bring pain relief. One originated in the East and the other in the West, but both stimulate the body using thin needles in order to treat pain.
Acupuncture and dry needling are both drug-free alternatives to pain management that are especially helpful to those facing chronic conditions.
What is dry needling?
Also called trigger point dry needling, this technique inserts "dry" needles, filiform needles without medication or injection, through the skin into specific muscle areas. The procedure targets trigger points, or knotted, tense areas of muscle that cause pain.
Pain affects the way we move our bodies, so dry needling relieves pain stemming from certain areas and improves range of motion. It reduces tension, allowing less pain during rehabilitative exercises and reducing recovery time.
Scheduling an adjustment
If you are looking for pain relief and improved wellness, we are ready to see you for a chiropractic adjustment. A doctor of chiropractic will conduct a physical exam and medical history before determining the chiropractic treatment that is right for you.
Many insurances offer coverage for chiropractic care, and we are happy to review your benefits with you. Schedule your consultation today and discover why so many people trust a chiropractor with their body.