Dry Needling is used here by physical therapist Jamie Bovay to help reduce pain and improve muscle activity for lower back pain at our Denver Clinic.

Dry Needling is used here by physical therapist Jamie Bovay to help reduce pain and improve muscle activity for lower back pain at our Denver Clinic.

Dry Needling in Denver

Here’s What You Need to Know…

1. The practice of Dry Needling has existed for decades and continues to enhance Neuro-Musculo-Skeletal rehabilitation. As these techniques improve so do the professionals skill set, making this treatment strategy among the best in the universe for rehabilitation.

2. Dry Needling is different from Acupuncture. Dry Needling works to improve specific muscle function and alert the brain to heal the injured tissue. Acupuncture is based on ancient theories of bodily energy.  Dry Needling & Acupuncture use small needles inserted into the tissue.

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3. Dry Needling is becoming a gold standard soft tissue and neuromuscular technique to help decrease pain and improve function.

4. The main aim of Dry Needling is to reduce pain, restore motion and promote healing. 

5. Dry needling can be uncomfortable for some people but is not painful.