Trigger Point Dry Needling
Trigger points are a common source of pain for many of our patients. These pain areas are bands or knots that have formed in the muscle of fascia tissue, causing neck pain, shoulder pain, back pain, and headaches.
How Does Dry Needling Work?
Trigger point dry needling is a non-surgical therapy designed to relieve muscle tension and pain that accompanies conditions such as arthritis, herniated discs, ligament strains, and nerve irritation. The treatment uses a thin needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying painful knots, muscles, and connective tissues.
In addition to trigger point dry needling, we’ll recommend further therapies and techniques that will aid in your body’s natural healing process. Our goal is to restore your muscle’s ability to move and contract properly within in the body.
Dry Needling Benefits
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At Annapolis Pain Management, we offer trigger point dry needling as part of our comprehensive, non-surgical solutions for pain management. The majority of our patients receive dry needling for 3-6 visits over 2-3 weeks and then are re-assessed to determine what follow up is needed. Our team of pain specialists work directly with our patients to ensure the proper treatment plan is created.
Contact our doctors today to see how trigger point dry needling can work for your pain management treatment plan.
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We offer multiple treatment options for patients depending on their needs and wants. We will always do our best to recommend what you need and find a way to give you what you want.