Trigger Point Dry Needling- Heel Pain

Baton Rouge Physical Therapy - Lake23 Aug 2016

Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN), also known as Intramuscular Manual Therapy (IMT), is used to treat myofascial pain and facilitate an accelerated healing response by eliminating the neuromuscular dysfunction which leads to pain and functional deficit. TDN deactivates and desensitizes the trigger point, which stimulates a healing response and reduces the biomechanical stress of the muscle treated.

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