Physical therapy for the Denver metro area

About dry needling

Dry needling, also referred to as intramuscular manual therapy, is the insertion of sterile needles into, alongside or around nerves, muscles, or connective tissues, for the management of pain and dysfunction in neuromusculosketetal conditions.

Some conditions that respond well to dry needling treatment

Back pain (pre or post-surgery)
Breathing problems (hyperventilation/chest breathing)
Chronic pain (CRPS/RSD/FMS/MFPS)
Couples or family conflict
GI disorders (irritable bowel syndrome)
Headache tension
Jaw pain (TMJ)
Knee pain (pre or post-surgery)
Migraine headaches
Post-traumatic stress
Postural disorders/pain
Repetitive strain disorders/Cumulative trauma disorders (wrist/elbow pain)
Shoulder pain (bursitis/frozen shoulder/rotator cuff/scapular instability)
Stress management
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Workplace analysis (pre or post ergonomic assessment)