Knee Pain

A lesser-known treatment option for knee pain is dry needling therapy. Increasing evidence has shown this procedure to be effective in reducing pain and disability in the osteoarthritic knee, and studies have shown it can increase arterial pressure around the knee by up to 40%. 

Studies have also indicated it causes specific physiological responses that increase blood levels of beta-endorphins, which produces a pain relieving effect. This can help patients reduce their reliance on analgesic or anti-inflammatory medications. Needling therapy has also been shown to activate the hypothalamus and deactivate the limbic system in the brain, both of which can alter our perception of pain.

Common Symptoms

  • Swelling and Stiffness
  • Redness and Warmth to the Touch
  • Weakness or Instability

  • Popping or Crunching Noises
  • Inability to Fully Straighten the Knee

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