Dry needling is a popular treatment technique used to treat acute and chronic muscular conditions. Myotherapists often use dry needling to address lower back pain, neck pain, headaches, muscles spasms, migraines, tennis elbow, TMJ pain, sciatic pain and so much more. We also use dry needling to switch off overactive muscles that are causing pain and to switch on underactive muscles to ensure the muscle work in the body is balanced out. This approach is what allows us to prevent injuries before they happen. Hence, it is so important to get a myotherapy check up every 2-3 months as we can address muscles that could cause injuries before the injury occurs.