Dry Needling is an additional modality Arlington Physical Therapy provides that can be added to any plan of care.
“My pain before PT was preventing me from doing daily activities. It was 8 out of 10 on the pain scale. I feel great now. Jordan and crew pinpointed the troubled area and went to work. Within the first week, I felt relief. Now after 6 weeks, I’m pretty much pain-free. I highly recommend the Dry Needling if applicable. It works!” – Shawn C. 7/22/20
How it Works
Dry Needling uses small needles and electrotherapy in trigger points (knots) to create contractions in the muscle in order to stimulate healing.
Benefits of Dry Needling:
Release trigger points
Natural pain reliever
Increases blood flow
Speeds up tissue repair
Dry Needling does not hurt but may cause bruising or soreness after treatment.
Dry Needling takes about 15 min per area. You can incorporate Dry Needling into your Plan of Care for quick relief from pain.
Dry Needling is not a form of acupuncture and it can only be preformed by a licensed Physical Therapist.