Dry Needling and Physical Therapy
If you’re seeking relief from chronic pain, limited mobility, or other physical issues, you may have heard about dry needling as a potential solution. Here are just a few of the benefits that this technique can offer:
- Reduced muscle tension: Dry needling involves inserting small, thin needles into trigger points in your muscles, which can help to release tension and improve your range of motion. This can be especially helpful for people who struggle with chronic pain or stiffness.
- Improved circulation: As the needles are inserted into your muscles, they create small micro-traumas that promote the flow of blood and oxygen to the area. This can help speed up the healing process and reduce inflammation.
- Quick relief: Unlike some other forms of physical therapy, dry needling can provide almost immediate relief for certain types of pain. Many patients report feeling better after just one session.
- Non-invasive: Unlike surgeries or other more invasive procedures, dry needling is a relatively non-invasive form of therapy. The needles used are very thin and typically cause minimal discomfort or pain.
- Versatility: Dry needling can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, including back pain, headaches, joint pain, and more. Whether you’re dealing with a chronic condition or a recent injury, this therapy may be able to provide the relief you need.
If you’re curious about how dry needling might be able to help you, don’t hesitate to reach out to a qualified physical therapist who can answer your questions and guide you through the process.
Conditions and Symptoms Improved with Dry Needling
Your physical therapist at The Therapy Network will review your medical history as they create a custom treatment plan. When Dry Needling is included in your program if you have been diagnosed with any of the below conditions:
Dry Needling and Physical Therapy at The Therapy Network
In Virginia, patients do not need a physician’s referral to visit The Therapy Network. Our team of licensed specialists will provide prompt service. Appointments are available today.
With six locations in coastal Virginia, there is a TTN location near your neighborhood. You can find us in Hampton, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Chesapeake, Virginia.