Dry Needling


Dry needling utilises small filament type needles

Inserted into altered and dysfunctional soft tissues. This technique aims to decrease soft tissue pain, resulting in an improvement in both range and patterns of movement.

Close up of Dry needles being inserted

Dry needling is an increasingly popular adjunct technique in the treatment of a variety of conditions including amongst others, low back and neck pain, groin pain, “tennis elbow”, and “iliotibial friction syndrome” or runner’s knee.

Combined with all of the other modalities that are on offer at Keilor Rd Physiotherapy, dry needling can be a safe and useful treatment technique to help you recover rom soft tissue injury.