Dry Needling

Dr. Deb from Well Adjusted, LLC Chiropractic Wellness Center is certified in "Dry Needling"! Dry needling uses small filament needles, same as acupuncture, but does not use the same Chinese medicine theory and it's considered "Western Medical Acupuncture." This technique focuses on trigger points, muscle and fascia points helping with muscular, skeletal and neurological conditions. It has risen in the past 15 or so years among health care professionals as well as those receiving the technique. Dry needling can help to improve pain control, increase range of motion, eliminates or decreases trigger points within the muscles, resets muscle tone and more. It is very popular within the athletics as well as the rest of the population.

Just some of the conditions dry needling can help with:
  • Headaches
  • Neck Pain
  • Low Back Pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain
  • TFL pain
  • Runner's Knee
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Improve function and movement patterns and more!


Cupping, also known as “microcirculation therapy or vacuum therapy,” is an ancient form of alternative medicine that places different sized cups on the area to be treated. Dr. Deb uses dry cupping in her practice using a hand pump so negative pressure is applied to the skin. The theory for dry cupping it to increase blood flow in the area by helping to build a capillary network. Most types of therapy compresses the skin and body where cupping distracts the skin to help lift and release the fascia underneath.

Cupping can be by placing them directly on the skin and letting them sit for a specific amount of time or can be used by moving them around the skin through a series of exercises known as “Massage Cupping.” Massage cupping can be sometimes be a better benefit for certain patient in pain management rather than compression.