Dry needling is a therapeutic method that involves puncturing a trigger point in the muscle using sterile, disposable acupuncture needles. The aim of the procedure is to treat pain and dysfunction in the musculoskeletal organ. Prior to puncturing the non-functioning muscle, the therapist will palpate the muscle thoroughly to locate the tense band with increased pressure sensitivity and local tremor response. This procedure
can also be performed directly on fascia, tendons and ligaments.

Dry needling is a highly effective method of treating musculo-fascial pain. The therapy is mainly used for musculoskeletal pains and dysfunctions of various origins.


  • enthesopathies (e.g. golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow)
  • high muscle tension
  • heel spur
  • tension headaches
  • injuries
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