A recently published randomized clinical trial suggest that a single session of Trigger Point Dry Needling decreases neck pain intensity and widespread pressure sensitivity, and also increases active cervical range of motion in patients with acute mechanical neck pain.
Dr. Keith Poorbaugh has completed specialty certifications, internships and a residency fellowship to develop mastery of manual therapy skills and clinical expertise. Throughout 20 years of clinical experience, he has discovered that clients consistently heal faster when the provider is both compassionate and skilled.
Latest posts by Keith Poorbaugh (see all)
- Over 50 and Dizzy - March 14, 2019
- Manual Therapy – Is it just manipulation? - January 29, 2019
- What’s the Difference Between Acupuncture and Dry Needling? - July 17, 2018