Dry Needling uses the same equipment as acupuncture, with a different theory.
While Acupuncture uses the Meridians of Chinese Medicine, Dry needling works on motor points or trigger points. It’s called ‘Dry’ needling because there is nothing injected.
✅ a deeper release of muscles than we can achieve with our hands and
✅ blood flow to the area.
This technique may seem scary but rest assured there’s little to no pain involved AND we use it as an adjunct to our osteopathic techniques.
So If you’ve thrown everything at your neck or back pain, ask us what Dry Needling could do for you.