Dry Needling and How It Can Help You! 

How does it work? 

Dry Needling helps relax a muscle to increase range of motion, and decrease pain using a thin filiform needle. Your doctor will insert the needles into the skin and muscle to directly target tight knots of muscle called trigger points that cause and refer pain throughout the body. You may feel the needle penetrate the skin and some may cause a “twitch” of the muscle. You may feel cramping, aches, and some discomfort that may last a few minutes.

What Conditions Can Dry Needling Help With?

Dry Needling can help with an array of muscular issues, including, but not limited to the following: neck, back, and shoulder pain, arm pain and tennis elbow, sciatica (hip, buttocks, leg pain), plantar fasciitis, sinus issues, muscle spasms, sinus issues, arthritis and more.

How Many Sessions Will I Need Before I See Results?

Dry Needling patients can often experience relief after one treatment. However, 3-5 sessions are generally necessary for lasting positive results.  

Dry Needling is available at our office!

Services are provided by Dr. Mark Hines and Dr. Aly Webb in a professional therapy room. 

Appointments are between 30-45 minutes each. 

Call now for more details or to schedule your session today! 


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