Westbridge Wi Dry Needling Therapy for Pain Relief/Mobility Improvement Launch

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(Newswire.net — December 21, 2021) –Westbridge, WI – Hellenbrand Rabideaux Chiropractic (608-849-5550) updates its dry needling therapy for patients who want a non-invasive and effective treatment for their chronic pain or mobility issues. Clients can expect a noticeable improvement after several regular sessions.

Offering a safer way to address chronic pain, Hellenbrand Rabideaux Chiropractic introduces its newly updated dry needling services. The treatment, which involves inserting a needle into specific areas of the body to stimulate self-healing processes, is often recommended as an effective alternative therapy for pain and movement impairments.

More details can be found at https://hrcwaunakee.com

The updated services affirm the commitment of the alternative wellness clinic to offer safe and effective solutions for pain. Drs. Nick Hellenbrand and Sara Rabideaux believe that overall health can be facilitated with an understanding of available holistic treatments, such as chiropractic care and dry needling.

Emerging data suggests that more people are turning to alternative therapies for their chronic pain. Whereas traditional medical models involve a multitude of prescription drugs and expensive surgeries, holistic treatments focus on healing the body through natural means. This implies that sessions may take longer for patients to notice an effect, but also suggests that improvements last longer as it is one’s body that triggers the healing processes.

Dry needling is slowly becoming a popular treatment for pain relief. The technique involves inserting a “dry” needle into areas of the muscle to trigger healing. Because the therapy uses a thin filiform needle, physical therapists can target tissues that cannot be reached with manual adjustments. The procedure is mostly painless, but patients may feel a slight pinching sensation when the needle is inserted into their bodies.

Despite common perceptions, dry needling is not acupuncture. The practice is part of modern Western medicine principles and is supported by dozens of studies.

Clients are encouraged to schedule an appointment at the clinic at least a few hours before their intended sessions. This is to limit the number of walk-ins and practice social distancing. Those who require further clarification on dry needling or other therapies can send the doctors an email through their website.

A grateful patient wrote, “Both of the doctors are very personable and genuinely care about each individual. Their office combines cutting-edge technology with great hands-on care.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://hrcwaunakee.com