Dry needling, it turns out, is a unique procedure often used for patients with chronic muscle pain, among other things. The process, accomplished by inserting a very fine needle into the surrounding site of pain or restriction, aims to release the tightened muscle, thus resulting in a decrease of pain and mobility improvement.

The treatment is used for a number of things, including joint pain and stiffness, headaches and migraines, fibromyalgia, tendonitis, athletic muscle stress and more.

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