What Dry Needling can do for you (and what it can’t)
Updated: Mar 22, 2021
Some guidelines for low back pain recommend dry needling. It is a simple, cost-effective pain management strategy that clinical experience, along with patient preference, context and reassurance, can go a long way in helping you to stay active. Used in the right way, for some people it can help them recover quickly and compliments the overall package for a return to normal behaviour following an episode of low back pain. It is often best combined with heat at home, the reassurance of a health professional, and basic exercise such as walking.