Acupuncture and Dry Needling

Things To Know About Vestibular Physiotherapy

Have you not been able to preserve your balance? Does it now and then sense just like the room is spinning, or your cap potential to look directly is impaired? Are you not able to recognize and address bouts of nausea?  If you spoke back to any of those questions, you would be handling an [...]

3 Benefits of Regular Physiotherapy

No one wants to have a physical illness that requires them to see a physiotherapist, but the benefits of regular physiotherapy are well worth it. Physiotherapy can help with any number of problems from chronic pain and arthritis to improving your posture. It is important for the health and wellness of a person's body to [...]

Why Hydrotherapy Is Rapidly Gaining Popularity

Hydrotherapy comes from the Greek words 'hydro-' meaning water and 'therapia' meaning treatment. Hydrotherapy has been used since ancient times to treat a number of conditions. The practice is usually applied for its relaxing effects on skin and muscles in more modern times, but it also has specific benefits for mental, physical, and even spiritual [...]

Advantages Of Dry Needling

Dry needling is a type of treatment that uses thin needles to stimulate nerves in the muscle and connective tissue, which helps to reduce pain and increase the range of motion. The needles are inserted into tight muscles or trigger points. When done properly, it can be an effective addition to your physical therapy routine. [...]

Benefits of Dry Needling

Benefits of Dry Needling Dry needling is a physiotherapy modality that has quickly gained appreciation in the physiotherapy industry. Many physiotherapists around Australia are now trained in the practice of using dry needling to assist their clients in rehabilitation and pain relief. Dry needling is an effective procedure that aims to specifically target and bring [...]

Dry Needling vs Acupuncture

Dry Needling vs Acupuncture Dry needling is a sub-type of acupuncture and is, for the most part, practiced by physiotherapists. Both dry needling and acupuncture involve puncturing the skin with thin filament needles and follow many of the same functions. However, the clinical reasoning before the placement of the needle is very different. Dry needling [...]

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