“I was very happy with the treatment I received. I loved receiving the exercises by email. It was nice to have as a reminder to do them as well as how to do them. I was also happy with explanations provided for what was causing the pain.
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“Prior to treatment I regularly experienced discomfort and my sleep was affected. Now I don’t have any pinching at all and no lingering pain- very satisfied with that. I found the staff all very warm and attentive. My questions were answered easily and I felt heard. Thank you for the healing!”
“I found the staff here friendly, welcoming, kind and helpful. My therapist and support staff were knowledgeable and gentle. My condition improved quickly with the therapies I received.”
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For effectively relieving your pain try our Dry Needling Therapy Edmonton. It can be used for conditions like headache, neck pain, sciatica, muscle strains, overuse injuries, knee pain, fibromyalgia, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, acute and chronic injuries, muscle spasms, back pain, and more. With snow sports in Edmonton dry needling can be helpful to sports players and enthusiasts.
At Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic, this treatment technique reduces muscle tension, eliminates pains, and improves mobility. If you need a solution to your pain, contact our clinic to book an appointment.
How effective is dry needling treatment?
Dry Needling is a therapeutic technique used in orthopedic and sports physiotherapy to get rid of pains.
When you arrive for dry Needling at Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic, our specialist will insert a sterile needle through your skin into affected parts of the body to reduce muscle tension, eliminate pain, and increase mobility back to normal.
Dry Needling and acupuncture have a slight similarity. But it is totally a different treatment process. The only similarity is that both treatments technique can be performed using a special needle. Dry Needling originated from modern scientific research of neuromuscular and musculoskeletal systems. This technique requires placing a needle at trigger points to stimulate interaction and relaxation within the affected tissue.
Is the dry needling process painful?
Both acupuncture and dry needling can be a little bit painful. But you don’t have to be scared because all our Dry Needling Therapy Edmonton specialists, orthopedists, sports physiotherapists, and massage therapists are well-trained and experienced. So, they are going to make sure your treatment process is as painless as possible.
During this treatment process, you might experience a twitch response when they are inserting the needle. It is actually a normal feeling and can be compared to a quick ache or muscle cramp. You may later experience muscle soreness with the next 24-48 hours after completing your dry needling treatment. Be calm because it will disappear on its own. You can also treat sore muscles at home by drinking plenty of fluids and through gentle movements. Our Dry Needling Therapy Edmonton specialists are patient and have helped many recover from pains. BTW dry needling vs acupuncture is not a topic to be debated about, both has its benefits and you must decide which one suits you best after trying both under various circumstances.
What can I benefit from it?
Several conditions relating to musculoskeletal problems can be treated using dry Needling. We discovered that when this treatment technique is combined with specific exercises, many patients recover quickly.
Ready to get a relief treatment?
If you have more understanding about dry needling services or feeling pain, contact Momentum Spine and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic to schedule an appointment with us today.
Dry Needling Therapy Edmonton is a safe and secure process and can be used by any age grouped people for relief from pain and aid wellness, try dry needling Edmonton specialists for your wellness!