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For the last decade CornerStone Physical Therapy has been giving hope. Our vision to treat our clients like we would want to be treated, to provide care we would want for ourselves, to work together as a team, to empower through educating our clients and each other, these have been the foundation for our practice since our beginning in 2004. CornerStone Physical Therapy started through the vision of Joel and Kristin Rauser and has grown to include a team of dedicated professionals. We are constantly improving and utilizing new technologies and treatments to meet the needs of our clients. This has included pioneering diagnostic ultrasound in Physical Therapy as well as other innovations that make us unique. Caring is what we do. It is our passion.

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Dry needling and headaches

Dry needling for headache pain can be very effective in reducing muscle tension to the neck and base of the skull. While this does not deal with the underlying problem of why the neck muscles are painful it can be very helpful as a treatment.

Dry Needling Headache Treatment

This post shows us a treatment to the upper neck for headache pain. To keep the treatment safe we identify and avoid important structures.

What to do after dry needling

Following any dry needling treatment it is important to keep the muscles and area moving. Self massage can be helpful to the area. Soreness can occur but should not last more than a few hours. Contact your practitioner if your soreness lasts more than 12 hours.

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