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Stability In Wellness LLC, mobile physical therapy delivered  around Palm Beach County

Dry Needling

Dry needling for low back pain
Dry needling for headaches, migraines, jaw pain
Dry needling for shoulder pain

Dry needling involves the use of a thin monofilament needle that penetrates the skin and moves into the deep tissue. The goal behind a dry needling treatment is to assist with releasing tension form the tissues, facilitating a healthy inflammatory response and mechanically reducing pain. Dry needling can be useful in treating a variety of conditions.


At Stability In Wellness, our clinician utilizes a variety of learned protocols to address specific conditions. Dr. Shays begins with the base of the protocol and then builds on it, integrating patients' unique pain points into the treatment. She does so because she understands that no two people experience one condition the same way. 

Dr. Shays has experience using dry needling to address the following conditions:

1. Sciatica

2. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

3. Jaw pain/TMJD

4. Headaches & Migraines

5. Knee Osteoarthritis 

6. Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

7. Meniscus, ACL, MCL Tears

8. Plantar Fasciitis

9. Achilles Tendinitis

10. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

11. Frozen Shoulder

12. Rotator Cuff Tears

13. Sacroiliac Joint Pain

14. Tight Hip Flexors

15. Shin Splints

16. IT Band Syndrome

17. Tennis Elbow

18. Golfer's Elbow

19. Trigger Thumb

20. Scar Releases

Remember that dry needling is only one of the many techniques that can be utilized to help you get the relief that you are seeking. Text or call so that you may schedule an appointment with Dr. Shays to receive a comprehensive and proper physical therapy evaluation.

Dry needling for jaw pain, headaches, migraines
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