Dry Needling began in the 1940s when Dr. Janet Travell identified muscle trigger points and referral patterns elicited with “wet needling”, or injection, could note the exact same results with “dry needling”, or no injection.
Dry needling is performed with a needle similar to that used in acupuncture, however the methodology is different. Dry needling uses the basis of anatomy and physiology to stimulate changes in tissues.
Some of the benefits Include:
> Pain/Swelling control
> Trigger point release
> Improving circulation/Joint mobility
> Calming the Nervous System
> And more...
For further information on dry needling, please visit www.integrativedryneedling.com