Therapy Solutions has therapists trained in dry needling. This treatment involves inserting small gauge needles into “trigger points” on the body to treat neuromuscular systems. Dry needling may be used as one part of a larger treatment plan. Therapists use this method to release or inactivate trigger points to relieve pain or improve range of motion. Clinical research has shown that dry needling improves pain control, reduces muscle tension and normalizes biochemical and electrical dysfunction, thus facilitating accelerated return to active rehabilitation.

Dry needling may be effective for many conditions such as: golfers/tennis elbow, headaches, jaw pain, shoulder, neck, back, hip, knee and foot pain, and many more.