What is Dry Needling?

Dry needling is a skilled technique used to reduce muscle tension, tightness, pain and improve mobility. 

A thin needle is inserted into trigger points, or precise anatomical locations known as “acupoints” to reduce pain associated with nerve irritation, arthritis, and overuse injuries.

Common Body Parts To Get Dry Needled

  • Neck
  • Shoulders
  • Arms
  • Low Back
  • Hips
  • Knees
  • Calf/Ankle/Foot

“I saw Matias for a Dry Needling session; I have never done this before but it was an amazing experience! Matias was so kind and thoroughly explained the process, what to expect and the potential benefits. He took his time and was so professional and comforting through each step of the way.

It has been about three weeks since my appointment and the results have been incredible! I have had chronic sciatic and piriformis pain for almost 15 years. Dry Needling took my physical therapy to the next step and for the first time in as long as I can remember, my pain has subsided! I will definitely be coming back to Matias for future sessions on problem areas and recommending him to anyone that will listen!”

-K. Farley

Not All Dry Needling Is The Same

Dry Needling is an umbrella term, meaning that there’s several subtypes of dry needling: trigger point dry needling, perineural dry needling (for nerve related issues), periosteum dry needling (for bone/joint related issues) and acupoint dry needling (which uses specific anatomical landmarks around the body for more reproducible results).

What makes dry needling with us superior?

Unlike the majority of dry needling practitioners who specialize in only trigger point dry needling, we are trained in all forms of dry needling to deliver you the best results based on your symptoms/diagnosis!


Schedule a Visit

Call Now Button