Pain relief with Dry Needling at Encore Rehabilitation-Opelika

Dry Needling is just one of the treatments we use to assist with pain management and relief. #EncoreRehab

Do you need help with pain management? Give us a call today!

Encore Rehabilitation-Opelika offers a wide range of services and treatments to assist in pain-relief and management, including Dry Needling.

In this photo, patient Matthew McGinnes is receiving Dry Needling from Encore Physical Therapist Daniel Winn, who is certified to perform Dry Needling services.

Read below to learn more or come by the clinic! We would love to answer your questions about pain management and Dry Needling. We are here to help!

Encore Rehabilitation – Opelika
2051 Fredrick Road, Suite 4
Opelika, Alabama 36801
334-521-6644

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What conditions can be treated with Dry Needling?
• Neck pain
• Low back pain
• Repetitive stress injuries
• Cervicogenic headaches
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Knee osteoarthritis
• TMJ dysfunction
• Plantar fasciitis
• Hip bursitis
• Tendinitis/ tendinopathy
• Adhesive capsulitis (Frozen shoulder)
• Sacroiliac joint dysfunction
• Sciatic nerve pain
• Gluteal tendinopathy
• Hip osteoarthritis
• Tarsal tunnel syndrome
• Shin splints

What is dry needling?Dry needling is a skilled intervention that uses a thin, monofilament needle to penetrate the skin to stimulate underlying myofascial trigger points, muscular tissue and connective tissues for the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain and movement impairments.How does dry needling work?When a needle tip passes through the skin and hits a trigger point, a local twitch response in the muscle is often seen and felt. The needles in the muscle produce a twitch response that is followed by a dramatic reduction in muscle tension which leads to pain reduction and increased function. Dry Needling also leads to the body’s release of endogenous opioids and initiates healing.Is dry needling painful?Mild discomfort is normal response that is often short lived. Patients may experience a deep ache or referred pain which is a positive indication that the procedure is being performed correctly. Most people feel the insertion of the needle. ,

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