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Better Skin from Within
Dry needling is a treatment technique used to help resolve soft tissue dysfunction. This unique procedure is designed to target and restore muscle and tissue function individually. It is essential to correct these issues because continued activity with reduced muscle function can lead to further damage and increased pain.
Dry needling uses a fine needle to penetrate the skin and stimulate underlying muscular and connective tissue trigger points. Trigger points are tight bands of skeletal muscles, or “knots,” located within a larger muscle group, and can be tender to the touch. Dry needling can reduce muscle tension and spasms, decrease inflammation, reduce tissue adhesions, and accelerate a patient’s return to active rehabilitation.
Cupping & Acupuncture
Cupping has the function of warming and promoting the flow of qi and blood in the meridians, dispelling cold dampness, diminishing swelling and pain. The acupuncture cupping method is mainly used to treat bi syndrome caused by wind dampness such as pain in the back, shoulders, hips, and legs. Gastrointestinal disorders like stomachache, vomiting or diarrhea. Also, respiratory symptoms related to congestion, coughing, and asthma.
Cupping can be combined with acupuncture needles in certain treatments where the muscular tension is severe. Cupping is used first to decrease the tension and acupuncture needles are then used afterward to further reinforce the healing process. Other useful methods include cupping to eliminate toxins stored in our bodies muscle and fat tissue.