Dry Needling

Trigger point pain occurs due to various factors including lack of nutrient rich blood flow to damaged soft tissue 

Dry needling involves the insertion of mono-filament needles (which are the same used by acupuncturists) at sites with palpable nodules (trigger points) that display hyperirritability when palpated and can produce the reproduction of pain

Dry needling takes less time to inactivate trigger points and can be used for the treatment of myofascial pain, headaches, neuropathy, and radiculopathy.