Dry needling effectively treats many musculoskeletal problems, including neck, back, and shoulder pain. In addition, certain tendinopathies (ex: Tennis Elbow), as well as headaches, sciatica, and carpal tunnel syndrome, can be effectively addressed with dry needling. By inserting needles in specific points of the body, this technique relieves pain (by the release of inflammatory chemicals) and muscle spasms. In addition, this form of therapy will increase flexibility and range of motion and increase blood flow into the affected area. Our practitioners use dry needling also to address repetitive strain injuries, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, and sports injuries.