What is Dry Needling and Acupuncture ?
Both of these are pain management procedures where small metal needs are inserted into the pressure points of your body. The difference between these two is that acupuncture has been in play for ages while Dry Needling s a more modern approach to the same procedure. These techniques help relieve muscle pain and stiffness by stimulating specific trigger points, resulting in the flexibility of the muscle and pain relief. There is no fluid injected, hence called ‘dry’ needling. Acupuncture and dry needling help patients with migraines, knee pain, lower back pain, arthritis, labor pain, depression, and also in smoke cessation.