Acupuncture And Dry Needling in Daisy Hill

Acupuncture Daisy HillDaisy Hill Physiotherapy’s treatments can be complemented with acupuncture and dry needling techniques. Our Clinic provides care to those in the local Daisy Hill area as well as the surrounding suburbs of Springwood, Loganholme, Shailer Park, Logan, Slacks Creek, Kingston and Woodridge.

Acupuncture and dry needling techniques at Daisy Hill Physiotherapy Centre are performed within the context of evidence-based practice and are specific to movement-related musculoskeletal, neurological and chronic pain conditions. Our practitioners are board-certified by the Physiotherapy Board of Australia and are able to recommend the best combination of treatment techniques based on your individual needs.

What Is Acupuncture?

Acupuncture is an ancient medicine developed over 5,000 years ago in China and continues to be widely used to address a variety of health and wellness issues.
It is believed to work through balancing the body as a whole, not just focusing on one singular problem at a time. This balancing is achieved through activating meridians (energy pathways) throughout the body.

What Are The Benefits Of Acupuncture?

Smaller and less painful to insert than hollow-cored medical syringes, the benefit of acupuncture lies in stimulating cardiovascular and endocrine responses that promote healing and normal function. Using the same needle type, dry needling is a more aggressive application in which a single needle is inserted at multiple points along symptomatic muscle or soft tissue structures to elicit a release of tension.

What Is Dry Needling?

Dry needling is a quick and powerful form of soft tissue treatment. It is often particularly effective in conjunction with traditional manual physiotherapy, as part of a comprehensive approach to removing pain and improving mobility. Dry needling can also assist in relieving associated nerve symptoms such as pins and needles, numbness, and headaches.

What Are The Benefits Of Dry Needling?

Dry needling is an effective treatment for a number of muscular problems. When used in conjunction with additional manual therapies as part of a comprehensive treatment plan, dry needling can contribute to:

  • Increased energy levels.
  • Greater mobility and flexibility.
  • Better sleep and an enhanced sense of general wellbeing.
  • Improved muscle activation.
  • Enhanced rehabilitation response following surgery.

For more information, contact us here or call the our team on 07 3209 2000.

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About Daisy Hill Physio

The Physiotherapists in our clinic have expert knowledge in spinal, sports and post-surgical injury rehabilitation, and with over 20 years of physiotherapy experience.
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11 Allamandra Drive
Daisy Hill 4127

07 3209 2000

Email: info@daisyhillphysio.com.au