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MPS is the Optimal DRY NEEDLING Electrotherapy

 

Dry Needling (DN), also known as myofascial trigger point dry needling, involves the use of acupuncture needles to treat dysfunction of skeletal muscle and connective tissue, minimize peripheral nociception (pain), and improve or regulate structural or functional damage. Primarily applied by physicians for many decades, DN is now quite popular with many therapy groups today.

There are (2) basic approaches to this therapy: Trigger point deactivation (Dry Needling) and IMS- Intra-Muscular Stimulation. With both these approaches, one significant problem in Dry Needling practice is the insertion of dry needles into a hypertonic or over-stressed patient. Currently, the etiology of trigger point (TP) formation in muscle and its mechanism of producing somatic symptoms is not fully understood. However, physician-based research now points to chronic musculoskeletal pain (Myofascial Pain Syndrome -MPS), and trigger point activation as a result of autonomic nervous system activation (called stress).

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Stress Is A Killer

Autonomic Nervous System was designed for short term survival and persistent “upregulation” or tone in the sympathetic system (stress), is directly related to a cascade of negative neurophysiological responses that are connected to chronic inflammation, disease, pain and impaired exercise tolerance. Sympatho-vagal nervous system imbalances increase blood pressure, restricts blood/lymphatic flow and activate muscle tone, all of which are counter-productive for both Dry Needling patients and practitioners.

Q? How do you counter-act this stress activation? Neuromodulation!

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