Myofascial Dry Needling addresses adhered, dehydrated muscle
fibres and helps to restore normal function to compromised tissues. It allows penetration of dysfunctional tissue that manual palpation may not be able to access.
It is known that this can initiate a healing response in connective tissues encouraging a change within the muscles fibres.
Structural and functional issues may be helped through dry needling using a very fine filament needle to penetrate the dysfunctional or tight bands of connective tissue, reducing joint stiffness, muscle tension and referred pain patterns.
When muscle fibres are tight they influence the surrounding joints
and tissues leading to biomechanical compromise. For Chronic conditions that have not responded to other therapies it may be worth considering Myofascial Dry Needing. Needles are single-use instruments only and stringent government regulated infection control methods are employed.