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Dry Needling

Dry needling is a technique used to treat trigger point pain and muscle pain.


Why Use Dry Needling?

Dry needling is an acupuncture technique used to treat trigger point pain and muscle pain. Dry needling often resolves painful conditions, even if the pain has lasted many years. In addition, stimulating the trigger points may improve flexibility and increase range of motion by relaxing the muscle. That’s why this method is often used to treat sports injuries, muscle pain, and even fibromyalgia pain.


How Do I Get It?

An initial consultation with Dr. Jann Turpin is required to find out if you are a candidate for dry needling. Your first procedure can usually be done on your first visit, so you don't have to wait to start treatment!

What to Expect

During the Course of Treatment

Quick & Painless

Dry Needling is quick and painless. You're in and out of the office in about 30 minutes.

Treatment Course

The number of procedures you need will vary based on your specific condition, your age, the amount of time you've had it, etc.

Accurate Evaluation

During your consultation, the doctor will review your symptoms and give you an estimate of the number of treatments likely needed based on clinical evidence-based data.


Treatments are repeated 1-4 times a week until maximum improvement is reached. If you are prescribed a maintenance regimen, maintenance may be as little as 1-2 times per month.


Dry Needling often results in a complete absence or control of symptoms, even in difficult conditions that have persisted for years.

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Conditions That We Treat

With Dry Needling

Neck & Back Pain

Degenerating & Herniating Discs
SI Syndrome
Facet Arthrosis

Shoulder Pain

Tennis Elbow

Rotator Cuff

Labrum Tear

Frozen Shoulder

Migraines & Headaches

Tension Headaches
Cluster Headaches

More Conditions

Athletic Performance
Knee Pain
Plantar Fascitis
Sprains & Strains
Trigger Finger
Achilles Pain


Common Questions

Regarding Dry Needling

Am I  Candidate for Dry Needling?

Any kind of pain, stiffness, soreness, restricted movement or tight muscles likely makes you a good candidate for Dry Needling.

Is Dry Needling Covered By Insurance?

Sometimes it is, but the coverage may be limited or only for a handful of conditions. So, we’re out of network for all insurance. The good news is, you are in charge of what treatments you get, not an insurance company. And Dry Needling treatment is very affordable.

I've had recent surgery, can I still get Dry Needling?

Definitely, yes! Dry needling is a valuable tool for healing post-operatively because it actually helps you heal faster. Studies show acupuncture and Dry Needling can more than double the rate of healing post-surgery.

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