Dry needling, which is also called as the myofascial trigger point dry needling, is an alternative to acupuncture. This type of therapy involves the use of solid filiform needles or hollow-core hypodermic needles for the therapy of muscle pain.
This therapy involves the insertion of a thin filament needle to stimulate the healing process of soft tissues. Dry needling helps in relieving pain and restoration of healthy physiology.
If you have the following problems, you can try dry needling:
- Hip Pain
- Knee Pain
- Muscle Strains
- Overuse Injuries
- Acute Injuries
- Chronic Injuries
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
The injuries that are mentioned above are only some of the problems that can be solved by dry needling. To know more about how dry needling can help you, call us or send us an email so we can schedule an appointment!
How Can It Help?
Dry needling creates a lesion that starts a process of physiological mechanisms which remodels the injured or inflamed tissue. Dry needling is known to help in replacing injured tissue with fresh tissue. This method can effectively encourage your body to fix an injury and reduce pain by healing itself.
Dry needling is a type of treatment that involves the insertion of a thin needle into trigger points and tight muscles of the patient’s body. The main purpose of this is to improve the healing capabilities of your body.
Dry Needling Can Help You With The Following:
- Decrease back and neck pain.
- Joint dysfunction.
- Spinal dysfunction.
- Tennis elbow.
Service Cost and Coverage
One thing to note is that, most health insurance providers recompense all or part of the fees patients pay for receiving rehabilitation services such as physiotherapy, neuro psych assessment and treatment, massage therapy etc.
Talk to us and we will help to verify the coverage options which are available to you. This may include, but not limited to the following:
- All third-party insurance
- Extended health benefits
- Worker’s compensation
- Motor vehicle accidents insurance
For payment, we accept all major credit cards, debit, personal cheques and cash.