Dry Needling Albury
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Top Dry Needling Therapists in Albury, VIC
Here's our pick for the top dry needling therapists in Albury, VIC.

  1. Sports & Spinal Albury

    Sports & Spinal Albury

    715 Young St, Albury 2640
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  2. Healthfocus Physiotherapy

    Healthfocus Physiotherapy

    3/647 Dean St, Albury 2640
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Are you experiencing discomfort from a niggly sports injury or a simple case of desk-jockey's lower back? We can all end up with muscle knots from time to time. Not fun. If you're looking to untie those bad boys, dry needling could be just what you need. To make things easier, we've found the best therapists in Albury, and they're ready and waiting for your booking. Too easy.

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Questions & Answers

What is dry needling?

It's right there in the name: in dry needling, needles are inserted into muscle knots, ligaments and tendons - think any points of tension. The goal is releasing stiffness.

When should I get dry needling?

If you've got a stubborn sports injury, or some muscle stiffness that just will not leave you alone, dry needling could be what you need.

What is the difference between acupuncture and dry needling?

Acupuncture intends to treat the chi or qi energy for a patient, and needles are placed along energy meridians according to Chinese medicine practices. Dry needling practitioners place needles around areas of tension to treat physical areas of pain or discomfort for a patient.

How often should I get dry needling?

This varies, but you can expect to go once or twice a week initially, and then to drop down to once a month.

What should I do after dry needling?

You might be a little sore in the treatment area, and some people do experience bruising. Make sure to drink plenty of water, and rest if you feel you need it. Stretching can also be great, but of course, stop if you feel any pain.