It’s been about 10 months and I’ve returned for another set of Dry Needling sessions. Dry Needling, if you’re not familiar with it, involves a physical therapist/physical therapy doctor jabbing (I’ve got to find a better word than jab) a very small needle into the trigger points of your injury or pain until the muscle twitches. Although the needle and twitch make the muscle immediately sore, you will find your injury/pain is looser by the next day. After 4-6 weeks, my chronically spasming shoulders are always in much better shape. I wrote an Everyday Health article on Dry Needling back in March, click here or on the image below to read more about my experience.