Dry Needling

Our professional physiotherapists are fully trained and qualified with an AACP or BMAS to practice western Acupuncture and dry needling at our clinic. Here we can offer our patients this popular remedy that dates back over 3000 years as a standalone treatment or as part of a care package to treat ongoing conditions. This technique involves specialist needles being carefully placed on selected anatomical points that correspond to a patient’s pain and symptoms. It is best used for treating stubborn conditions such as acute injuries which can happen for many of us throughout our lives. In addition to this, research has shown that dry needling is effective for an array of conditions from minor back pain to migraines to tennis elbow and more. Just get in touch today to talk one of our friendly and highly experienced therapists.

How Does It Work?

Acupuncture and dry needling are safe and effective methods for pain relief. They work by placing needles into the skin near your trigger points to stimulate a neuromodulator effect. The brain triggers the production of neurochemicals, which set off a series of events that help to reduce pain. The main difference between acupuncture and dry needling is that we use western medical principles to base our rational for treatment. Both methods are safe, effective, and popular treatments at our clinic. If you would like to find out more, just give us a call today.

Accupuncture Needle

Conditions That Can Be Treated

Dry needling and acupuncture are useful in treating many problems. At our clinic we have found they are most useful for the treatment of:

Dry Needling Process

The Benefits Of Dry Needling

Dry needling offers a few benefits for patients dealing with musculoskeletal issues. One of the advantages is its ability to provide targeted pain relief by stimulating neuromodulator effects in the brain. This can lead to the production of neurochemicals that reduce pain. This method is especially effective for treating stubborn and chronic conditions such as tennis elbow, headaches, migraines, shoulder and neck pain.

By targeting specific trigger points, dry needling helps in reducing muscle tension, improving blood flow, and promoting faster healing. The precision of dry needling makes it a preferred choice for managing acute injuries and providing long-term relief from persistent pain. If you’re seeking a safe, effective, and evidence-based treatment for your pain, dry needling at our clinic can help.

Lower Back Dry Needling

Contact Core Body Clinic Ltd

To find out more information about our dry needling treatments just get in touch today. We are more than happy to discuss your condition and find a suitable solution for you.

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