Dry Needling

BSM Practitioners are now qualified and able to utilise advanced Integrated Dry Needling (IDN) techniques to help with
  • New injuries
  • Chronic pain
  • Migraines
  • Sports injuries
  • Work related injuries
The IDN approach uses structural and non-structural needling techniques:
  • Structural needles are inserted deep into connective tissue around muscular attachments (typical sites are the lower back/ pelvic junction, the arm pit, attachment of muscles in the back of the hip and the front of the hip bones) however, as they are into connective tissue, and not the muscle fibres, it is generally not painful
  • The majority of needles are non-structural, i.e. they inserted just under the surface of the skin and not into the muscle belly, therefore avoiding most of the pain and other adverse effects associated with other needling techniques