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Dry Needling

Dry Needling

Find out how to finally ease long-term muscle tension, knots, and trigger points WITHOUT the nasty side-effects of medications.
Speak to a PT About Dry Needling
Are you worried about muscle tension or knots in your muscles that don’t go away no matter if you stretch, massage, or roll out the muscle?
Are you having trouble keeping up with the life you want to live or are you missing out on workouts, vacations, or daily life because of the pain it’s causing?
Are you still looking for a long-term solution so you can get back to doing all the things you love?

If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you are in the right place!

You see, many people with pain suffer unnecessarily with muscle tension, knots, and trigger points because they’re told…

Just “roll it out” and it’ll go away (then months later they’re still suffering…)
It’s “normal” with your active lifestyle to get knots in your muscles.
Medications are the only option.
The Truth Is...
Foam rolling your muscles might give you temporary relief, but the muscles are still tight and bothersome the next day.
It’s not normal. to have lingering muscle pain, tension, and knots!
Pain meds are not the only option. It’s just the only option your doctor can offer you.

Are You Looking For A Natural Solution For Your Muscle Tension, Knots, Or Trigger Points?… Do You Feel Stuck & Need Something for your Muscle Tension, Knots, or Trigger Points?

Here are 3 things you can do:

1 - Make a Decision About Getting Help

Many people with long-term muscle pain and trigger points feel let down by other treatments and are afraid to try other options. They procrastinate and slowly start to believe that they’re going to have to “live with it” for the rest of their lives. Years later, this means they’re still in pain and don’t have the lifestyle they’ve dreamed of.

2 - Avoid taking painkillers or strong medications.

If you’ve been suffering with muscle pain and knots, chances are you’ve been given a lot of prescription medications such as muscle relaxers. All of these medications just hide the pain and don’t actually fix what’s going on, so the pain continues when the medications stop. These prescriptions aren’t good for your long-term health. It would really help to try a natural solution, like Dry Needling, which has helped so many people just like you when their muscle tension lingers and they’re stricken with pain.

3 - Get a natural solution with Dry Needling as part of your Physical Therapy.

Combining dry needling as part of your physical therapy has been proven to help people with muscle pain and knots. We see people all the time at CrossRoads Physical Therapy who get back to the life they want to live. If your pain is negatively impacting your life, interfering with your ability to spend time with family, or keeping you out of your favorite activities, then dry needling can naturally help you get back to living the way you want.

How Does Dry Needling Work?

Dry needling is used to treat musculoskeletal dysfunction and movement impairments. It uses a small filiform needle to penetrate muscles, ligaments, and tendons.

Don’t let your muscle pain get in the way of the life you want to live.

Start today by talking to one of our specialists before committing to coming in:
Speak to a PT About Dry Needling

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