Many times there are “trigger points” where it seems like a knot is in your muscle, causing pain that can even radiate to other parts of your body. With the use of an anesthetic fluid injected in these areas can minimize the pain and help the muscle to relax and return to its regular shape. 

Dry needling also treats this same muscle tissue and is typically done in addition to trigger point injections. Dry needling is used for a wide variety of musculoskeletal issues which include shoulder areas, the neck, hip, back and more. Give us a call today for more information.