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Dry Needling

Dry needling uses thin needles to treat pain and range of motion conditions associated with trigger points. A trigger point is a tender knotted area of muscle that can be painful to the touch or may result in referred pain to another area of your body. A needle is placed directly into or near a trigger point facilitating a twitch or contraction of that muscle. Dr. Ben has a certification in Dry Needling through the American Academy of Manipulative Therapy.

Benefits of dry needling include:

Reduced tightness
Reduced pain and/or referred pain
Improved blood flow to the treatment area
Improved range of motion

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Dry needling can help with:


•Knee Osteoarthritis



•Plantar Fasciitis

•Neck pain

•Low back pain

•and more!

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