Feel Better, Move Better, Live Better

I have taken over 100 hours of dry needling training including level 1,2 ,3 and advanced starting in 2015. The minimum training to practice is 27 hours.

I use dry needling as a safe non-surgical way to improve range of motion, reduce pain, and facilitate healing. Moreover, needling can be used to desensitize a sensitive nervous system and improve neurological outflow to improve strength.

Trigger point dry needling is based on western medicine and anatomy which is separate from Chinese medicine or acupuncture. I use needling as an adjunct with other therapies to improve functional movement.

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