Dry Needling can be used to treat muscles, ligaments, tendons, subcutaneous fascia, scar tissue, peripheral nerves, and a variety of neuromusculoskeletal pain syndromes (Dunning et al., 2014).
Dry Needling has been shown to improve pain control, reduces muscle tension, normalizes biochemical and electrical dysfunction of motor endplates, and facilitates an accelerated return to active rehabilitation (APTA. Physical therapists & the performance of dry needling, 2012). Come visit one of our Physical Therapists who perform Dry Needling in the Scottsdale area. Call us to discuss our Dry Needling pricing and scheduling.
Our Doctors of Physical Therapy were trained by the Dry Needling Institute lead by Dr. James Dunning. We use Dry Needling in a variety of ways in our Physical Therapy practice in conjunction with other manual techniques and movement corrective. Dry Needling Therapy done by a physical therapist in Scottsdale is the best way to see results!