Dry Needling

Dry needling is an advanced physical therapy technique in which the therapist inserts extremely thin needles into trigger points on the patient’s muscles. Its primary aim is to reduce pain associated with myofascial injuries. Most people can experience the difference immediately, feeling more relaxed, less pain, and more range of motion.

  • Effective in treating chronic pain.
  • Especially helpful in treating migraine, low back pain, and knee pain.
  • Extremely safe and results are tangible.

Try dry needling for just $80/session

Dry Needling img

Dry Needling Therapy

Dry needling helps people by effectively releasing muscle tension and reducing pain, making it particularly beneficial for those suffering from chronic pain conditions or muscular discomfort. This technique can improve mobility and function, enhance circulation, and aid in the overall recovery process, contributing to a better quality of life for many individuals.


Frequently Answers

Dry needling is a treatment technique used by physical therapists to relieve myofascial symptoms. It involves use of thin, sterile needles into the skin and muscles directly to an affected muscle or a myofascial trigger point.

Dry needling is used to treat a variety of musculoskeletal problems. It does a great job to provide pain relief, sometimes immediately. In my clinical experiences, it is the most helpful with chronic low back pain, headaches, and knee pain. For people who are dealing with chronic pain, it can be a game changer.

When performed by an experienced provider, dry needling is a very safe treatment. All of the needles are sterile and for one time use only. The treatment is performed right here in the office. Patients may experience soreness, bruising and skin irritation at the area that will spontaneously resolve within a couple days.

Dry needling is a western medicine that aims to restore musculoskeletal dysfunction through the application of thin needles, while acupuncture is based on the idea of restoring the disharmony of energy flow throughout the body.

The first session is $139. It is an hour and a half that includes the evaluation of your condition, your bodily impairments, and how the condition is affecting your life. If dry needling is all you need, it will be $80 per session after the initial evaluation.

Yes. Dry needling is part of a regular physical therapy treatment and does not cost extra

Not Sure About Physical Therapy?

Book a free, no-obligation consultation!