Dry Needling for Shoulder Injuries

Dry needling for shoulder injuries can be effective at relieving pain and speeding up recovery. The biggest factor in whether dry needling is an appropriate treatment for your shoulder injury is what type of shoulder injury you’re experiencing. Dry needling is...

Dry needling for Quadriceps Tendonitis

Dry needling for quadriceps tendonitis can be an important part of relieving pain and getting you back to normal activity. As part of an overall rehab plan, dry needling for knee tendonitis is a good conservative treatment that may make a difference where other...
Dry Needling for Shin Splints

Dry Needling for Shin Splints

Dry needling for shin splints can relieve pain and allow you to return to running. Shin splints can be debilitating, and if you’re a runner they can essentially put a stop to your training. The good news is that a new and popular treatment, dry needling, can...

Dry Needling for Medial Knee Pain

Dry needling for medial knee pain can make a massive difference in how your knee’s feeling, and even completely relieve pain. You may be dealing with medial knee pain that’s new, or yours is the result of a chronic process. In either case, it’s...

Dry Needling for Lateral Knee Pain

So you’re curious about dry needling for lateral knee pain? Dry needling is becoming popular with chiropractors and physical therapists for all sorts of orthopedic injuries. One of the reasons dry needling is recently popular is because it works well to relieve...