Dry Needling can improve
Lower Back Pain
Tennis & Golfer's Elbow
Muscle Tension & Injury
Rotator Cuff Injury
Repetitive Strain Injury
It’s very important to keep in mind that Dry Needling is just one potential part of your treatment and other manual physiotherapy techniques may also be used to ease short term pain and work toward a long term solution. Most importantly, you will also be provided with an Exercise Plan which will act as the main pillar of your treatment.
What else to expect
Your Physiotherapist will assess you, explain their findings and answer any questions you might have. You will leave with a set of clear instructions and a firm understanding of your injury, feeling prepared and more comfortable.
Your Care Plan
As mentioned above, there will be other components that make up your entire approach to recovery. You will be shown relevant exercises to help with your issue. These Exercises and Guidelines will be sent to you in the form of an interactive, digital plan.
Your Physiotherapist will outline a timeline for your recovery, including an estimated number of sessions and therapies. Positive results can most commonly be seen within 2-4 treatments of Dry Needling. However, this cannot be guaranteed nor solely attributed to Dry Needling itself.
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What are your prices?
All pricing can be found on our Booking Page here.
Do I need to go to my GP first?
No. You do not require a referral to book an appointment with us.
Is Dry Needling painful?
The initial insertion of the needle does not usually cause any discomfort. The local twitch response can cause a brief painful reaction. Your Physio may repeat needle insertion multiple times.
What should I wear to my appointment?
It is best to wear shorts if the issue is your lower body and a T-shirt or Singlet if the issue is with your upper body.