Best Dry Needling Treatment
Dry needling is a medical treatment that helps in relieving muscular pain. In this treatment, very fine and short needles are placed at the trigger points in your muscles or tissues. It is a nonfluid needle and thus is known as dry needling. It is usually performed by a skilled and trained physiotherapist.
Dry needling is best for relieving muscle pain and stiffness. It inactivates trigger points and restores function and thus regains your range of motion. It is very helpful in chronic pain conditions. It is often used to treat sports injuries, muscle pain, etc.
There might be some side effects of dry needling such as bleeding, bruising, and temporary soreness. Make sure that your therapist is using sterile needles. This will help lower the risk of infection.
How long do dry needing effects last?
You might experience some mild pain after the dry needling treatment. This temporary pain will go away after 24-48 hours.
Who should not get dry needling?
Pregnant women should avoid dry needling. Even people who have a fear of needles or have some skin conditions should not opt for dry needling.
What should you not do after dry needling?
You should not overwork and even should not use any cold treatments for the soreness. Avoid the use of alcohol or smoking.
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