Dry Needling

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a therapeutic technique used to manage pain and mobility issues stemming from a variety of neuromuscular conditions as well as sports and work-related injuries. A thin monofilament needle is inserted into a target area in the skin and muscle to treat trigger points and help to stimulate healing, resolve pain, and improve range of motion.

Effective Therapeutic Dry Needling

Dry Needling

Dry Needling From Empower PT

We understand that pain and muscle tension can make living a normal life difficult. That’s why we take time to understand your condition and comfort level and address any concerns you may have. 

We offer dry needling as a standalone therapy or as part of an integrated treatment plan to help relieve pain, stiffness, and muscle spasms. Some of the conditions we treat include headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, muscle strains, neck and lower back pain, plantar fasciitis, tendinitis, and many more.

If you have any of these health issues and you feel that dry needling can benefit you, contact Empower PT today to get started.

Dry Needling in Idaho falls

Our Service Process

Here is our simple service process:

  • Initial physical evaluation
  • Treatment procedure discussion
  • Treatment plan implementation
  • Progress review

Benefits of Working With Empower PT

Concussion management

Quality Care

Our therapists are certified functional dry needling specialists with over 14 years in practice.

Guaranteed Results

With our expertise and compassionate care, we are confident that you’ll experience pain relief and improved movement in less than 48 hours.

Excellent Customer Service

We value your trust and work as a team to give you an all-around exceptional customer experience.

Common conditions treated:

Dry Needling FAQs

You may feel some level of discomfort but it’s only temporary and with a few exercises, it should go away. The feeling of soreness is an indication that the treatment is working.
Many patients experience some level of pain relief immediately after the first session while for others it becomes noticeable after 2-3 days.

Although dry needling uses the same thin needles used for acupuncture, the two treatments are not the same. Acupuncture practitioners base their practice on “normalizing the energy balance” in the body to treat a health condition or symptoms. 

Dry needling is medically proven and prescribed within measurable parameters based on advanced knowledge of musculoskeletal function.