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Dry Needling

Dry needling is a therapeutic technique that involves the insertion of thin, solid needles into specific points of the body to alleviate pain and promote healing. Unlike traditional acupuncture, holistic dry needling targets trigger points, tight muscles, and connective tissues to address musculoskeletal dysfunction.

When used alongside chiropractic care, holistic dry needling can complement and enhance the benefits of chiropractic adjustments. Chiropractic care primarily focuses on spinal manipulation to restore proper alignment and nerve function. However, chiropractic patients may also experience muscular imbalances, trigger points, or areas of chronic tension.

Dry needling can help address these issues by directly targeting muscular trigger points and reducing muscle tension. By inserting needles into these trigger points, we can elicit a response that promotes relaxation, releases muscle tightness and improves blood flow. This can facilitate the effectiveness of chiropractic adjustments and provide a more comprehensive and holistic approach to addressing musculoskeletal issues.

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Dry needling has the potential to improve your life by effectively reducing chronic pain, enhancing mobility, and promoting overall physical well-being. By targeting trigger points and releasing muscle tension, it can provide long-lasting pain relief, allowing you to engage in activities you may have previously avoided. The relaxation and stress-reducing effects of dry needling can also contribute to improved mental well-being, leading to a better quality of life.

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Research has accumulated evidence supporting the effectiveness of dry needling as a therapeutic intervention for various musculoskeletal conditions including pain reduction, myofascial trigger point treatment, and improved function and range of motion. 

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Love this practice!! They are all very knowledgeable and tell you exactly what they are doing and why. Dr. Frazer does dry needling and she does a phenomenal job.


She is personable and easy to talk to. I always make sure the person sticking needles in me is VERY qualified and she goes above and beyond with her knowledge and practice.

Cannot recommend Sacred Spines practice enough.

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