Dry Needling Acupuncture
Dry Needling Acupuncture is THE LATEST GOLD-STANDARD TREATMENT FOR MUSCLE PAINS, involves inserting very fine needles in muscle for a therapeutic effect to relieve pain and muscle tightness.
Dry needling treatment at our clinic can help you with:
Frequently Ask Questions
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Our prestigious Elite Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre (EPSIC) offers professional services given by our team of highly experienced musculoskeletal and sports Physiotherapists. This is one of the few reputed clinics in New Delhi and Delhi NCR where Dry Needling is effectively practiced. Elite Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre (EPSIC) offers specialized treatments and dedicated services to every patient who is afflicted with aches and pains. Our group of committed physiotherapists gives adequate time to every patient in order to clearly comprehend the symptoms. They thoroughly assess the physical disorder and pains before starting the treatment.
Along with this, Elite Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre (EPSIC) offers the best facility for Intramuscular Stimulation with dry needling which is an effective treatment for chronic neuropathic pain, muscular pain muscle stiffness. People who do not respond to conventional physiotherapy techniques seek Intramuscular Stimulation with dry needling for freedom of pain and ultimate cure. This is an effective technique for the treatment of chronic pains and intense muscle spasm and tightening of muscles, back pain, neck pain & shoulder pain, etc.
Dry Needling and Acupuncture can help minimize painful migraines significantly by relieving the tense tender muscles around the shoulders, back, or neck.
Dry needling is a neurophysiological evidence-based treatment technique that requires effective manual assessment of the neuromuscular system. Physiotherapists are well trained to utilize dry needling in conjunction with manual physical therapy interventions.
Dry needles are extremely thin with a diameter of about 0.3 of a millimetre. The needle is inserted deep into the muscle which causes a local twitch response.
The insertion of a dry needle does not hurt, these needles are very thin. Sometimes the muscle will twitch in response to the insertion of the needle and it can feel sore. You usually will feel little muscle ache or soreness for a day or two. But ultimately you will be relieved.
In many cases, it may cause decreased pain and improved mobility within 24 hours. Typically it may take a few treatment sessions for a long-lasting positive effect.
Average 2-3 sessions are required for long-lasting positive effects in patients, and will not use more than 5-6 sessions except in rare circumstances. Often dry needling is used once or twice per week.