“I know that whenever my right knee starts to ache and my exercises don’t relieve the pain , I need to make an appointment with the physio to get my ITB dry needled. It works every time. Thanks Angela.”
Margaret from Tennyson
Dry needling is performed by our Physiotherapists who have gained the extra qualifications necessary to practice Dry Needling. These courses are accredited by the Australian Physiotherapy Association and are built on medically researched ‘Dry Needling’. Dry Needling may also be referred to as ‘western Dry Needling’.
Dry needling may be used as part of a physiotherapy treatment or you can ask to be booked in for a dry needling appointment. Our experienced physiotherapists ensure that you will achieve the best results.
Dry Needling is used primarily for decreasing muscle tightness and spasm, pain relief. correct activation of muscles and muscle relaxation.
We have found in our clinic that most sporting injuries benefit from dry needling as well as …
- Back and neck pain
- Elbow and wrist tendonitis in tennis and golfers elbow
- Rotator cuff problems (shoulder)
- Swimmers shoulder
- Chronic pain
- Foot and ankle problems such as Achilles tendonitis
If you haven’t tried Dry Needling before and still have chronic pain, give it a go. We have found Dry Needling effective in advancing the healing of many stubborn injuries and pain such as …
- Chronic low back pain
- Chronic tennis and golfers elbow
- Chronic shoulder issues
- Chronic Calf issues