What is Dry Needling?
Dry needling can effectively treat muscle tightness, shin splints, heel pain, hamstring injuries and other sporting injuries. Dry needling is strictly based on Western medicine principles and research and is increasingly used to manage musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Dry needling is a safe form of acupuncture that qualified podiatrists can only perform with expert training.
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What should I do after dry needling treatment?
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I am not comfortable with needles. Do I have to have Dry Needling?
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