Managing pain and more with dry needling

NORTH CANAAN — As the opioid crisis in America continues, medical practitioners and their patients are seeking alternative ways to relieve pain. 

One that has gained popularity and acceptance is trigger point dry needling. Physical therapist Mike Mangini at Geer Rehabilitation in North Canaan offers dry needling as part of the therapy and rehabilitation packages he offers to patients. He gave a talk explaining some of the basics at Geer on Thursday, Feb. 28.

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