If we could only pick one tool to continue treating patients with, it would have to be dry needling.

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If we could only pick one tool to continue treating patients with, it would have to be dry needling.

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Dry needling immediately changed our practice after we were certified.

From day one, we noticed how much faster and accurate Dr. Johnston was at treating muscle injuries. Patients responded to care almost immediately and it produced lasting results.

Dry needling allows us to contact whatever muscle, tendon, or ligament we are needing to treat.

Before dry needling, we were limited to whatever we could touch with our hands outside of the skin. We have dry needles of all lengths that help us contact even the deepest of muscle pains.

The way that dry needling works is by causing minute damage to the tissue forcing it to have to heal.

72 hours after the initial damage, an injury is considered chronic: that means there is no more blood and inflammation (such as bruising and swelling) to heal the region.

Within the blood and inflammation there are all the healing materials that we need to repair, but sometimes full recovery does not happen. Sometimes, the body can use some help.

Dry needling the injured muscle keeps it in the acute stage and at this stage of repair. No matter how old the injury the body still has potential to heal.

The way that dry needling works is by causing minute damage to the tissue forcing it to have to heal.

72 hours after the initial damage, an injury is considered chronic: that means there is no more blood and inflammation (such as bruising and swelling) to heal the region.

Within the blood and inflammation there are all the healing materials that we need to repair, but sometimes full recovery does not happen. Sometimes, the body can use some help.

Dry needling the injured muscle keeps it in the acute stage and at this stage of repair. No matter how old the injury the body still has potential to heal.

Dry needling is very effective at treating:

  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfers elbow
  • Tension headaches
  • Patella tendinitis
  • SI joint pain
  • Sciatica
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Any injury to a muscle, tendon, or ligament.

Dry needling is very effective at treating:

  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfers elbow
  • Tension headaches
  • Patella tendinitis
  • SI joint pain
  • Sciatica
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Any injury to a muscle, tendon, or ligament.

Dry needling accompanied by therapeutic exercise, manual adjustments, soft tissue massage, and laser therapy make for a great treatment cocktail that has proven to give great results.

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Dry needling accompanied by therapeutic exercise, manual adjustments, soft tissue massage, and laser therapy make for a great treatment cocktail that has proven to give great results.

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