The Bellevue Hospital Rehabilitation Services Department is now offering Trigger-Point Dry Needling as a treatment option for neuro-muscular pain. A licensed physical therapist uses mincrofilament needles to relax the trigger pints of your chronic or acute pain.
- Decreased pain
- Increased range of motion
- No use of chemicals
- No harsh side effects
Dry needling uses a thin, sterile filament needle inserted into a trigger point to stimulate recovery response in the muscle. Trigger points are knots that develop in the muscle when there is injury or fatigue.
The procedure is designed for physical therapy patients that have chronic or acute pain as a treatment option.
A licensed physical therapist, certified in dry needling, will conduct the procedure. Treatments typically take 30-45 minutes. A physician referral is required. The procedure may be covered under your insurance.
For more information or to schedule an appointment please dial 419.483.4040 and the following extension.
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