Dry Needling Therapy (DNT) is a sophisticated and special manual therapy approach for the treatment of myofascial and dysfunction pain. This is an application and fine needle insertion, similar to those used in acupuncture, into musculoskeletal systems to deactivate trigger points ('knots' in muscles that cause pain, weakness, and loss of function) and to change dysfunctional neurological (nerves) and mechanisms Pain reporting.
DNT is the main modality of clinical myotherapy, manual branches that attack the source of your pain with dry needling. Pain that arises from muscles, connections, and connective tissue is related, but DNT is also practiced by many medical and allied health professionals including osteopaths, chiropractors, physiotherapy, legs, and doctors.
Historically, dry-needle therapy has been around for years. The deep needling to treat the trigger points was first introduced by Czech physician Karel Lewit in 1979 and the next therapist was like Chan Gunn (Intramuscular Dry-Weedling Therapy), and Peter Baldry (first-weedling therapy) had published different works since.
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All techniques are based on work for life Dr. Janet Travel and Dr. David Simons, who published broad findings in the 1983 book 'Myofascial' and dysfunction ', a pioneer work in assessment and acute treatment and treatment of chronic pain.
DNT is used in the treatment of various musculoskeletal conditions including acute and chronic pain, biomechanical dysfunction, and postural problems. It has been shown through research to become one of the safest and most effective modalities in the treatment of pain, especially those related to back pain, neck, shoulders, and legs, and can help in many causes of headache and scientific problems.
Although DNT and acupuncture use the same tool in single-use needles, they are different in philosophy. Acupuncture is a system developed thousands of years ago that works specifically with Chi movement through meridians, the default energy of the body that distributes everything in the body.