Dry Needling Center of Wyoming


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Dry Needling Center of Wyoming

Web Site: http://www.acupuncture.massagetherapy.com

Contact Information:

Dr. Terence McCormick, DAOM, LAc, NCMT
1621 Dell Range Blvd
Cheyenne Wyoming 82009
United States

Phone: (307) 433-4010


Dry Needling Neuromuscular Trigger Point Therapy for the treatment of pain, injuries and mobility concerns. Effective and natural sports and chronic injury care.

"Dry Needling Is Indistinguishable From Acupuncture"

- American Medical Association (AMA)

" The Act Of Piercing And Stimulating Tissue With An Acupuncture Needle To Cure, Mitigate, Treat Or Prevent Disease Or Other Conditions Constitutes The Practice Of Acupuncture"

- State Medical Boards Throughout The United States



The truth is simply that Trigger Point Dry Needling (TDN) is one of the many styles of Acupuncture

Have muscle pain? Maybe you've noticed a decrease in range of motion or strength? Perhaps the root of your problem is the presence of muscular trigger points? TDN is a highly effective form of acupuncture treatment to quickly alleviate much of the muscular conditions you may be suffering from!

Common problems treated with Intramuscular Dry Needling:

Acute and Chronic Pain Conditions
Tendonitis
TMJ/TMD dysfunction
Whiplash
Muscle Strain
(hamstring, calf, shoulder, back, neck)
Fibromyalgia
Tension Headaches

Dr. Terence McCormick, DAOM, LAc has thousands of hours of training in various forms of trigger point dry needling techniques.
Intramuscular Dry Needling is a form of acupuncture that has been used for centuries within the practice of Oriental medicine.

Dry Needling and Functional Integrative Needling are terms used to avoid calling this form of acupuncture what it is. . . Acupuncture. These are deceptive names used to fool the public and rename this specific, so called "new" style of neuromuscular needle therapy. However, it is nothing new since the practice of this form of acupuncture has been used for centuries throughout Asia. Don't be fooled by the "name game" being played by non-acupuncturists.

Dr. McCormick's education, training and clinical experience far exceeds the minimal hours of training provided to physical therapists (15-45 hours) and chiropractors (24-100 hours) in acupuncture (renamed "dry needling").

Would you call a dentist if you want your eyes checked for new glasses? That doesn't make sense.

When you want the best results with Dry Needling. . .see a thoroughly trained expert in the field of trigger point dry needling, a qualified acupuncturist that is a graduate from an accredited graduate college of acupuncture!



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