This post answers the questions that you have about dry needling. Answering questions about safety, what conditions dry needling helps and how dry needling works.
Dry needling is a very effective way to treat knots in muscles and relieve muscle pain and improve strength. This is what to expect during treatment and what aftercare is needed.
Core training and exercises are commonly used to treat a weak core. But why is your core weak to begin with? If you have chronic back tension, are pregnant or have just had your baby, or just want to improve your core the COR Strength Project is for you.
This video is on dry needling for knee pain. It includes a follow up on a return to hiking and running hours after treatment. Pain and tension had reduced and the treated knee felt better than the right! Following dry needling it is safe to exercise. Immediate pain relief can occur after a dry needling treatment.
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.
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.
This video shows our process in treating a common muscle trigger point using dry needling and electrical stimulation or TENS to enhance the effect.
Dry needling during pregnancy can be a safe way to reduce pain quickly.