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Dry Needling

Dry Needling in Rockville, Maryland

Functional Dry Needling is a highly skilled treatment technique for muscular trigger points that can create or contribute to your pain and dysfunction. A trigger point is a sensitive knot in your muscle, where blood flow slows, waste products accumulate, and your muscle stops functioning properly. Functional Dry Needling allows your muscles to heal more quickly after an injury, allowing you to return to the activities you love. 

Because Dry Needling treats dysfunctional soft tissue and restores normal muscle function, it can make a significant difference if you have headaches, back or neck pain, hip or knee pain, shoulder or elbow pain, plantar fasciitis, chronic pain, or muscular strains.

See what others have said about Bill’s dry needling treatments:

Janet K

"I have had years of unrelenting back and shoulder pain.  After nine other physical therapy clinics and many other treatment modalities, I was relieved to have found Bill Rolle and dry needling.  During the years of untreated back pain I went to acupuncture, nine different physical therapy clinics, received lidocaine injections and cortisone injections into my back, and was offered narcotics and back surgery (neither of the last two options were tried).  None of these things helped my pain in the least.  I ended up resigning from my job due to the untreated pain.  Then, after talking to a friend, I found dry needling.  The pain relief was immediate and significant.  Bill, my physical therapist, works creatively and tirelessly to come up with a treatment plan that addresses the root issues. After years of severe, chronic pain, my symptoms are finally managed and under control. I was able to return to work.  I am thoroughly impressed by the depth of knowledge dry needling encompasses.  I gladly come out-of-network to make my weekly appointment because I cannot put a price tag on the relief I gain every time. It is a game-changer for my wellbeing and I couldn't be more thankful."

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