Myofascial Dry Needling at Our Ballarat Clinic
A form of soft tissue therapy, myofascial dry needling – or intramuscular stimulation – involves the insertion of solid needles into myofascial trigger points – points of tension and sensitivity in the connective tissue surrounding muscles.
Often used in conjunction with our osteopathic techniques, it is used to address individual points of pain within the body, making it potentially useful not only for athletes suffering from sporting injuries, but for anyone with a persistent painful tension in a specific muscle.
As the needles are solid, the procedure does not involve the injection of any substance into the body – relief is achieved through careful placement of the needle into the myofascial trigger point. Osteo Balance offers dry needling at our Wendouree clinic, helping people across the Ballarat and Wendouree areas manage a range of complaints including soreness, muscular tightness or general stiffness.
Helping you reach your full potential
Used both as a standalone and an adjunct treatment alongside remedial massage therapy and other modalities, dry needling has been used to great effect by our osteopaths to help people from diverse backgrounds with a range of issues manage their pain. Patients with headaches, upper and lower back pain, jaw pain, neck pain or sports injuries affecting joints and soft tissue may find the treatment brings relief.
The ability to relieve muscular tension has made it useful for athletes and chronic pain sufferers alike to manage pain and injury, so start a conversation with our osteopaths today and find out if dry needling is right for you.
Discuss your needs with our staff
Osteo Balance is a modern osteopathic clinic delivering utilising a range of treatment modalities to help patients manage injuries and pain so that they can achieve their health and fitness goals. Working closely with you, we will create a personalised treatment and management plan bringing together both in-clinic practices and at-home self-directed stretches and exercises.
During your one-hour initial consultation, we’ll take a comprehensive approach to your health, examining your full medical history and lifestyle in addition to doing an orthopaedic assessment to decide on the most appropriate course of action. Depending on the diagnosis, you may be treated using massage therapy or joint manipulation, or a combination of several techniques.
For more information or to make an appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact us on (03) 5339 4594, or send enquiries by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.