Since both pain relief methods – Dry Needling and Acupuncture involve using needles, it is challenging to identify as these are two treatments apart.

Acupuncture is a pain relief method where small needles are strategically inserted on different depths. Whereas, in dry needling shorter needles target shortened muscles that are not treated with Acupuncture. Moreover the results of dry needling may be felt immediately whereas effects of Acupuncture might be felt hours later.

If you’re unsure about whether either of these treatments are right for you, reach out to us today. We’re dedicated to find the right treatment plans to help our clients treat their pain and overcome their conditions.
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