Trigger Point Dry Needling Utah Valley

Trigger Point Dry Needling is a treatment to help reset tight muscles.  It helps to address pain caused by a trigger points or knots in a muscle that cause the muscle to feel tight and sore.  Our certified Physical Therapists use dry needling to break down those trigger points which will help decrease pain and increase range of motion.  This technique along with a personalized therapeutic exercise program can help break the commonly chronic cycle of pain.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is it painful?

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Are there risks with Trigger Point Dry Needling?

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What injuries can be treated with Trigger Point Dry Needling?

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What should I wear for this treatment?

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Will my insurance cover it?

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Contact Us

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Matthew Bushnell, DPT

Dan Lillywhite, DPT

To learn more about Trigger Point Dry Needling, visit: http://www.jospt.org/doi/pdf/10.2519/jospt.2013.0505