Targeted Relief for Muscle Tension and Pain
At Archetype, we provide an all-encompassing therapy program incorporating Dry Needling as an essential component of a regular natural healthcare plan. This secure and highly effective technique alleviates pain and eases muscle tension for many individuals, including athletes recovering from injuries and those dealing with ongoing discomfort. Our skilled therapists utilize slender needles to target specific points and foster healing in the affected areas. By incorporating Dry Needling into your regular healthcare routine, you can experience the benefits of a holistic approach to maintaining overall well-being.
Holistic Approach to Wellness
At Archetype, we take a truly customer-centric approach to health, prioritizing our patients' needs, and working towards exceeding their expectations with high-quality services and personalized care. We believe in a holistic approach to wellness, integrating movement, nutrition, and mindfulness practices to support overall well-being.
We consider all aspects of a person's body when addressing health issues and work adjunct to conventional medicine by providing alternative treatments such as nutrition, exercise, meditation, and other mindfulness practices to empower individuals to take charge of their own health.
You might find answers to your questions below
Dry Needling is a therapy that involves inserting thin needles into trigger points or areas of muscle tension to relieve pain and promote healing. It is often used in conjunction with other therapies to help address a variety of conditions.
While everyone's pain tolerance is different, most people describe the sensation of Dry Needling as a mild discomfort or a slight pinch. Some people may feel a twitching or cramping sensation during the therapy, but this typically subsides quickly.
Dry Needling can be used for addressing a variety of conditions, including chronic pain, sports injuries, headaches, and muscle tension. It is often used in conjunction with other therapies, such as physical therapy, to help improve overall outcomes.
The number of Dry Needling sessions you will need will depend on the nature of your condition and your individual care plan. Some people may find relief after just one session, while others may need several sessions to achieve their desired results.
Yes, Dry Needling is safe when performed by a trained and licensed therapist. However, as with any therapy, there are some risks involved. Your therapist will discuss these risks with you before your session to ensure know of any potential complications.
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