If you're looking for a different type of therapy to address the health issue that you're experiencing, myotherapy might be your answer. This practice includes many approaches, including dry needling. Although dry needling shares some similarities with acupuncture, the methodology behind this practice is different. However, like acupuncture, dry needling may be offered at your local chiropractic or physical therapy clinic by a trained practitioner and can offer relief for a wide range of health issues that may be affecting your quality of life. Here are three issues for which dry needling can provide relief.
Whether you've been in a car accident or have suffered a hard fall, you may be dealing with acute pain consistent with whiplash. This type of injury can affect your range of motion, limit your ability to sleep soundly, and even result in you being unable to work. Dry needling can help those who have suffered from whiplash, and while multiple treatments may be necessary, you'll soon experience the relief that you've been longing for. When tiny needles are placed in some trigger points around the injury and sometimes even beyond it, your dry needling session may be the right form of treatment for this injury.
Suffering from chronic headaches, whether dull and annoying or sharp and debilitating, can also affect your quality of life. Headaches may make it difficult to concentrate at work, and you may also find that you're irritable because you're in pain or overtired due to lack of sleep. Dry needling can be an effective form of therapy on which to rely when you're looking for help with your headache pain. The dry needles will help you stimulate your body's ability to heal after being carefully pushed into your skin in several areas of your body.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is an issue that many people experience as they age, but younger people are also at risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome due to incorrect body mechanics used while seated at a computer throughout the workday. Over time, the pain that you develop in your wrists may be strong enough to limit your ability to use a computer, which may threaten to put you on long-term disability from work. Dry needling can relieve your discomfort around your wrists, allowing you to return to your job.
If you are dealing with any of these health issues or any others you think dry needling may help with, call your local myotherapist to schedule an assessment.Share
16 May 2017
Nine years ago, I was involved in an automobile accident. Three days after the wreck occurred, I began experiencing excruciating back pain. Because the pain wouldn’t go away, I visited an orthopedic doctor. This physician recommended I attend physical therapy sessions. During these sessions, I received numerous back massages. The relaxing massages loosened the strained muscles in my back. They allowed me to carry on my daily activities. Are you experiencing back, neck, shoulder, or jaw pain? Consider visiting a massage therapist in your area. On this blog, I hope you will discover the amazing benefits of getting massages regularly. Enjoy!