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I have been going to Advanced Myotherapy for a number of years now and cannot speak highly enough of the clinic and staff. Jamil is a MAGICIAN when it comes to massage, needling and management of any new/ongoing issues. I have had neck problems for 10+ years and he is the only specialist who can consistently make me feel 100x better in one treatment. This is my first time ever leaving a Google Review but Advanced Myotherapy and their team deserve all the recognition available!

Dry Needling is a Myotherapy treatment for acute muscle pain & injury recovery. Advanced Myotherapy incorporate dry needling to help speed up injury recovery and mobility.

In Dry Needling, Acupuncture needles are applied to the muscular system for the release of restricted fascia and muscles, to restore range of motion and mobility.

Dry Needling Therapist

Advanced Myotherapy incorporate dry needling to increase the speed of injury recovery, along with other modalities such as cupping and remedial massage.

Similar to the idea of letting air out of a tire, Dry needling uses fine Acupuncture needles, to stimulate blood flow to areas with poor circulation, tension, stiffness and pain.

Dry Needling is used to release tight muscular points causing pain and stiffness, or resulting from injury.

Myotherapy uses dry needling to help with injury and performance recovery.
At Advanced Myotherapy, our holistic approach to muscle health allows for greater understanding around recovery principles to help you prevent long term pain symptoms.

People far and wide come to us in order to save costs on expensive treatment alternatives, in order to prevent lengthy recovery times for painful conditions and injuries we love to help with.

Our Myotherapy treatments use Dry needling along with other modalities, to restore range of motion with minimal pain. Dry needling is a way of treating Musculoskeletal conditions specifically.

Myotherapy Dry Needling is used to release muscles without intrusive manipulation in areas of chronic and acute levels of pain.

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