What is Dry Needling?
It involves the placement of Acupuncture needles into specific areas of tension, or “trigger points, in muscle. While Dry Needling and Acupuncture both utilize the same tiny needles, the theory and technique behind their use differs. Trigger points in muscles will often feel like “knots” and can lead to local pain, dysfunction, and referred pain in other areas of the body. A common example of this would be trigger points in the trapezius muscle leading to headaches. The goal with Dry Needling is to relieve muscle tension and promote healing by relaxing the muscle and improving circulation to areas of dysfunction.
Conditions It Can Treat
Common conditions that can be treated with Dry Needling include, but are not limited to:
- Neck pain
- Tennis/ golfer/ and climbers elbow
- Shoulder pain/ rotator cuff injury
- Low back pain
- IT band pain
- Knee pain
- Hip pain
Interested in What Dry Needling Can Do for You?
If you are curious is Dry Needling can help you, call for a free consultation.
If you are seeking treatment by one of our acupuncturists for the first time or have not been in for 12 months or longer, please schedule a New Patient Exam for your first appointment.
*B12 Shots and Trigger Point Injections can be added onto certain acupuncture appointments. Please call to schedule. (303)756-9355
|Ends 10/31/23||New From 11/1/23|
VIP Member Price
VIP Member Price
|New Patient Exam||$130||$104||$160||$125|
|60 Minute Follow-Up||$90||$72||$100||$75|
|30 Minute Cupping||$55||$44||$60||$45|
|Trigger Point Injection||$125||$100||$125||$100|
*Very Important: At the time of booking, please discuss the type of massage or other service you are expecting when you schedule your appointment. This will ensure we match you with the most appropriate staff member for your needs.
We require a Credit Card on file to schedule any appointment at MTW. If you need to reschedule, please notify the office at least 24 hours prior to your appointment start time to avoid the Late Cancellation Fee. When possible, our massage therapists prefer to receive cash tips or tips through Venmo.