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Dry Needling

Are You Suffering From Chronic Pain, Tight Muscles, Nagging Injuries, Stiff Or Achy Joints? We Offer Dry Needling At Our South Scottsdale Physical Therapy Clinic!

Dry needling services are a good alternative to help with pain to keep you away from pain medications and surgery! Have YOU been looking for alternative options to help with your pain and to get away from pain medications? Are you frustrated that you are still having pain even though you have been trying every option?

A Free Discovery Call with our Scottsdale Physical Therapists at Corrective Physical Therapy is what you are looking for!

What Is Dry Needling?

Dry needling in South Scottsdale Arizona is a manual therapy technique that is being used by many different professions to decrease pain, tightness, and improve overall physical health using thin filament needles applied directly to an area with pain, tightness or dysfunction. Dry needling practice has been around in Scottsdale since the 1980s.

What Are The Benefits Of Dry Needling?

  • Decreased Pain
  • Improved Circulation
  • Improved Healing
  • Decreased Muscle Tightness
  • Improved Muscle Function
  • Improved Nervous System Response

What Conditions Can Be Treated With Dry Needling?

  • Plantar Fascitis - Mensicus Injury
  • Low Back Pain - Neck Pain
  • Knee Pain - Shoulder Pain
  • Ankle Pain - Foot Pain
  • Sciatica Pain - Groin Strain
  • Hamstring Strain - Quad Strain
  • Muscle Strains - Chronic Pain
  • Hip Pain - Hip Flexor Pain
  • Headaches - Trigger Points

What Is The Difference Between Dry Needling And Acupuncture?

Dry needling is a westernized approach of Acupuncture. Acupuncture is a different certification and type of practice that focuses on Meridian Points and helping relieve different conditions via these Meridian Points. Dry needling in our South Scottsdale Physical Therapy clinic is used as a direct approach to stimulate healing in a specific area. It allows for improved circulation, improved healing, and decreased pain. Acupuncture and Dry needling are two different practices and if seeking out Acupuncture then finding an Acupuncturist is for you. If looking for options to decrease pain, improved function, and decreased stiffness then dry needling would be a great option for you.

Experience in Dry Needling:

Dry Needling in our Scottsdale Physical Therapy clinic is always done by a licensed Physical Therapist that is also certified through the state to perform dry needling. We care about the needs of our clients and giving the best possible care, which means being highly experienced and certified in the tools we use. We are here to ease your fears, guide you in your recovery, and give you the control back over your life!