Recently 2 of our Physios Molly and Priyanka completed their Dry Needling certification course!
There are many effects of Dry Needling such as improving pain control, reducing muscle tension and tightness. It alters the effects of muscles on the surrounding joints and tissues and can improve the function and results of rehabilitation.
There are a lot of reasons why Dry Needling is used and some of the conditions it is used to treat are.
- Neck/Back Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Tennis/Golfers Elbow
- Hip and Gluteal Pain
- Knee Pain
- Achilles Tendonitis/Tendonosis
- Plantar Fasciitis Sciatica
- Muscular Strains/Ligament Sprains
- Chronic Pain
- Athletic Performance
This blog was written by Monique Stains, Practice Manager from the Morphett Vale practice.