Gaining popularity over the past decade, Dry Needling is a very valuable tool in the treatment of pain and movement disorders. With years of experience in these techniques, Dr. Carr uses the thin filament style needles to promote relaxation and healing within dysfunctional muscles. While the needles are the same, Dry Needling is not Acupuncture. Dry Needling is used to treat a western diagnosis of muscle dysfunction and encompasses only a portion of the conditions that an Acupuncturist would treat. If you are looking for Acupuncture, we will be glad to provide you with some local providers who do great work.
Any questions you have about dry needling, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (901) 861-0716.