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 facilitating a healthy inflammatory response and mechanically reduce pain. Dry needling can be useful in treating a variety of conditions.
It is important to recognize that trigger point dry needling is only one kind of dry needling, though it is typically the main form utilized in a physical therapy treatment. At Stability In Wellness, LLC, our physical therapist has been trained to utilize various techniques that include trigger point needling, but also go far beyond it.
Dr. (Gierman) Shays is able to utilize and customize joint and tissue-specific protocols to better assist patients who are struggling with painful conditions, such as:
2. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
3. TMJ pain
4. Headaches & Migraines
5. Knee osteoarthritis & Bursitis
6. Patellofemoral pain syndrome
7. Plantar Fasciitis
8. Achilles Tendinosis
9. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
10. Frozen Shoulder
11. Rotator Cuff Pain & Tears
12. Sacroiliac Joint Pain
13. Tight Hip Flexors
14. Shin Splints
15. IT Band Pain
16. Tennis Elbow
17. Golfer's Elbow
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. (Gierman) Shays to receive a comprehensive and proper physical therapy evaluation.