Dry Needling Physiotherapy Services
Sydney Physio Clinic provide expert level dry needling to decrease muscle tightness, increase blood flow and reduce pain. Let us help you achieve your health goals, with our professionally skilled physiotherapy dry needling techniques.BOOK AN APPOINTMENT NOW
Why Dry Needling?
- To help relieve pain
- Relax and lengthen tight muscles
- Release the compression of nerves and blood vessels that supply the muscle.
- Restore mobility and overall function by releasing the Myofascial Trigger Point.
Dry Needling At Sydney Physio Clinic
Dry needling is a treatment modality commonly used in physiotherapy. A technique whereby an acupuncture needle is inserted into a myofacial trigger point. In trained hands, it is both an effective and safe technique for the treatment of myofascial pain and dysfunction.
Dry needling could be described as somewhat of a western take on acupuncture. Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese system of medicine and dates back thousands of years. The use of needling for myofascial pain has long been common place as a treatment technique. Something that at Sydney Physio Clinic our team members have integrated into their existing skill-set. Dry needling can help enhance clinical effectiveness in physiotherapy. As well as broaden the range of conditions a physiotherapist can effectively treat.
Musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapists have been using needling and acupuncture in their treatment sessions for decades. The evidence base for use of these techniques in physiotherapy, has increased substantially in recent times. Areas commonly treated with needling in physiotherapy include the management of acute and chronic low back pain. As well as chronic neck pain, tension type and migraine headaches, pelvic girdle pain, knee osteoarthritis, lateral elbow pain and shoulder conditions.
Dry Needling Physiotherapy To Myofacial Trigger Points
Dry needling physiotherapy to myofacial trigger points uses anatomy and physiology to select the exact point to needle. Although fundamentally quite different to acupuncture. Many of the treatment points used in dry needling correspond with those used in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
How It Works
The purpose of dry needling trigger points is to desensitise these trigger points. As well as promote healing and enhance the production of endorphins. Sydney Physio Clinic typically uses dry needling to treat the pain associated with a variety of conditions. Including neck pain, back pain, osteoarthritis, tendinopathy, headaches and migraines…
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Sydney Physio Clinic
We provide professional physiotherapy treatments, whether it's sports injuries or chronic pain, our Sydney Physio Clinic on Macquarie Street Sydney & Randwick offers holistic care to ensure optimal recovery and long-term results.