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    Dry needling is the insertion of acupuncture or filiform needles into myofascial trigger points, commonly known as “knots” on the body, these trigger points can often cause and contribute to pain in the body.

    Be treated by one of our highly educated and experienced practitioners with dry needling at Haynes Acupuncture. Seeing a practitioner with experience and knowledge of the body and musculoskeletal system is a must.

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    The practitioner inserts the needle in and out of the trigger point quickly to stimulate a twitch response, this may help to release muscle contraction and increase blood flow which can result in decreased pain, myofascial tension through direct mechanical effects.

    Dry needling targets:

    • Muscle pain/tightness
    • Strains and injures
    • Headaches and Migraines
    • Aims to improve flexibility and range of motion
    • Aims to reduce pain and inflammation

    Yes. Dry needling inserts needles directly into the pain area (known as Ahshi points in Chinese Medicine and trigger points in western medicine) with the goal to relieve pain, soften muscles and aid in discomfort in the localised area.

    Whereas acupuncture treats the body as a whole, the belief is that all systems work simultaneously, with the aim to restore blood flow and balance to body’s flow of energy or Qi, acupuncture recognises the body’s ability to self-heal through stimulation. Acupuncturists require a detailed knowledge not only of anatomy but also of the channel networks and connections.

    In order to receive the best treatment seeing a registered Acupuncturist at Haynes Acupuncture can assure you the full benefits of lasting pain relief combined with restoration of energy and balance of the whole body. Acupuncture and dry needling can be used simultaneously to achieve maximum results. At Haynes Acupuncture all of our practitioners are AHPRA registered.

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    FAQs About Dry Needling

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    Is dry needling painful?2023-10-17T07:38:34+10:00

    The sensation during dry needling can vary. Some people may feel a slight prick or twitching sensation when the needle is inserted, followed by a deep ache or muscle twitch as the trigger point is targeted. While it might be slightly uncomfortable, it’s generally well-tolerated and considered a temporary discomfort.

    How much does it cost?2023-10-17T07:39:40+10:00

    The cost is $118 with David Haynes or $108 with one of our other experienced practitioners; follow-up treatments are $10 less.

    What conditions can dry needling treat?2023-10-17T07:40:10+10:00

    Dry needling is commonly used to treat conditions such as muscle pain, tension headaches, myofascial pain syndrome, and sports-related injuries. It can also help improve range of motion and address musculoskeletal issues.

    Are there any side effects of dry needling?2023-10-17T07:40:33+10:00

    Potential side effects of dry needling can include temporary soreness at the needle insertion sites or mild bruising. It’s essential to have the procedure performed by a registered acupuncturist to minimise the risk of complications.

    What should I avoid after dry needling?2023-10-17T07:41:09+10:00

    You can usually get on with your normal routine after your treatment. Your healing rate may benefit from a change in your way, such as rest, so check with us for more specific advice.

    How many sessions of dry needling are typically needed?2023-10-17T07:41:38+10:00

    The number of sessions required depends on the individual’s condition and response to treatment. Some people might experience relief after just one session, while others might need several sessions to achieve their desired outcomes.

    Can anyone receive dry needling?2023-10-17T07:42:11+10:00

    While many individuals can benefit from dry needling, there are some cases where it may not be suitable.A thorough evaluation will help determine if dry needling is appropriate for your specific condition.

    Is dry needling the same as acupuncture?2023-10-17T07:43:27+10:00

    Acupuncture and dry needling are basically the same. The term dry needling was coined recently and in acupuncture it has been called Ahshi needling for centuries.

    Dry Needling Appointments

    Call 07 5531 6461 or book online for Bundall and Mermaid Clinics

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