Get Pain Relief Using Trigger Point Dry Needling




Zang Physical Therapy has begun providing trigger point dry needling (TPDN) for their clients with muscle aches and pains at their Lemoyne office.

Owner Andrew Zang, DPT, OCS, MTC, FAAOMPT, says, “Trigger point dry needling is a widely recognized treatment form throughout the country that can address those tight, tense ‘trigger points’ known to cause pain. It is a highly researched treatment form dating back over 100 years. By stimulating these often difficult to release trigger points, a person is able to feel and see faster progress in their recovery from injury. This treatment is great way to holistically treat aches and pains without resorting to medications. It is also commonly used as part of preventative medicine for many individuals and recreational athletes.”

Location: 836 Market St., Lemoyne. For more information, call 717-440-6197, email Andrew@zangpt.com or visit ZangPT.com.

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