Dry Needling (Muscle Retuning) and PULSE Therapy

〉 Persistent Neck, Back and Shoulder Pain
〉 Faster broken bone healing
Dry Needling is not acupuncture, although it is done using acupuncture needles. Much of the chronic musculoskeletal pain is the result of stiff muscles which start putting excessive pressure on the joints (pulling excessively). Muscles are connected to the joints through tendons and bones and are connected to each other by ligaments. Since every structure in the body has to remain in the state of balance to have a healthy and balanced body, joints and muscles also are in need to be in harmony. Excessive pushing and pulling of joints by stiff muscles will create imbalances within the joint structure affecting the nerves and circulations. Dry Needling techniques could reset the tone of the muscles making a major improvement in alleviating chronic muscle pain. Neck structure, shoulders, various areas of the spinal column and especially lower back are the areas of concern in many people with chronic pain.

Dry needling techniques especially combined with PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Frequencies, a Nicola Tesla technology to boost up the transmembrane potential of the cells, the battery of the cells) could be an instant miracle if you are a candidate for that!

The cause of pain varies from patient to patient and for an effective treatment, it is important to determine what is causing the pain in the first place. Giving painkillers repeatedly is hazardous and these medications could cause difficult side effects in many people from stomach discomfort to bleeding and ulcers to various other issues, especially if taken in a long term.

Pain is the language of the body complaining about something is not right. So, pain by itself is a symptom of some other underlying issues. It is sometime deficient (better by applying pressure) or access (worse upon pressure). Sometimes the cause resides within the physical body or just becomes a manifestation on the body due to vital energy discomfort or blockage. That is why acupuncture could help with pain in many ways!