Dry Needling is an invasive form of treatment useful for treating Neuromusculoskeletal and Fascial conditions. Much has been said about Dry Needling to help improve Myofascial Pain syndromes through the release of Myofascial Trigger points (MTrP’s). However Dry Needling can be used to improve a multitude of other conditions that have less defined approaches to treatment. There are a multitude of conditions where in Dry Needling has not been attempted as yet.This article attempts to shed light on conditions that could possibly benefit from Dry Needling. Current research is underway at our clinic to determine the effect of Dry Needling on a host of other conditions.
The conditions benefiting from Dry Needling mentioned in this article are:
1. TRANSVERSE MYELITIS, 2. CALCIFIC SUPRASPINATUS TENDINITIS, 3. TRIGGER FINGER
4. SUPRAPATELLAR BURSITIS, 5. OSTEOPENIA, 6. OSTEOARTHRITIS KNEE
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