Dry Needles & Acupuncture Dry Needling Supplies

Ensure a gentle, painless and sanitary dry needling experience with our acupuncture needles crafted from high quality surgical stainless steel. Massage Warehouse offers quality dry needles and dry needling supplies for sale from top manufacturers like Seirin, Millennia and Niedo Orama all at the lowest prices guaranteed.

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If you find the same product for a lower price from any other company, we will refund/match the difference. Offer is valid for 30 days from the date of purchase. Valid on orders shipped within the continental United States. Cannot price match against auction sites. Pricing match is based on competitor complying with Manufacturer’s Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policy. If a product is listed below “MAP” we may not be able to match that price. Vendor that we price match must have product available to purchase and not on backorder.

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  1. SEIRIN Acupuncture Needles - J-Type/D-Type SEIRIN® Acupuncture Needles - J-Type/D-Type
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  2. Tai-Chi Singles Acupuncture Needles Tai-Chi™ Singles Acupuncture Needles
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  3. Peace Needles with Guide Tubes Peace® Classic Acupuncture Needles – Box/100
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  4.  Aps Dry Needling Needles - Box Of 100 APS Dry Needling Needles - Acupuncture Dry Needles - Box of 100
    $16.19 - $19.69
  5. Peace™ Needles Acupuncture Needles with Guide Tubes - Value Pak - 500 Needles/Box Peace™ Needles Acupuncture Needles with Guide Tubes - Value Pak - 500 Needles/Box
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  6. DBC Spring Ten Acupuncture Needles with Guide Tubes - Bulk Box of 1000 DBC Spring Ten Acupuncture Needles with Guide Tubes - Bulk Box of 1000
  7. DBC™ Spring Singles Acupuncture Needles, Box Of 100 DBC™ Spring Singles Acupuncture Needles, Box Of 100
  8. Energy Flo™ J Type Acupuncture Needles - 100 count Energy Flo™ J Type Acupuncture Needles - 100 count
  9.  DBC™ Press Needles - 100/Box DBC™ Press Needles - Acupuncture Press Needles - 100/Box
  10. Hwato Singles Acupuncture Needles Hwato® Singles Disposable Acupuncture Needles
  11. SEIRIN L-Type Acupuncture Needles - 100/Box SEIRIN L-Type Acupuncture Needles - 100/Box
  12. DBC™ ProMaxx Acupuncture Needles DBC™ ProMaxx Acupuncture Needles
  13. Acupuncture Needles Press 100/Box .20Mmx1.5Mm Acupuncture Press Needles - Press Tacks 100/Box .20mm x 1.5mm
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  14. Millennia Acupuncture Needles Millennia Acupuncture Needles
  15. Tai-Chi™ Singles Acupuncture Needles - Long Tai-Chi Singles Acupuncture Needles - Long
  16. Asp Semi-Permanent Ear Needles ASP® Semi-Permanent Ear Acupuncture Needles - 80/Box
    $49.79 - $165.99
  17. Acupuncture Ear Seeds A-6 200/Box Acupuncture Ear Seeds A-6 - 200/Box
  18. Hwato Basic Acupuncture Needles Hwato® Basic Acupuncture Needles
  19. Energy Flo B Type Needles - 100Ct Energy Flo™ B Type Needles - 100Ct
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Dry Needles
Dry Needles

Dry Needles


What is dry needling?

Dry needling is the process of inserting fine dry needles into the affected muscle to release myofascial trigger points and relieve pain with the need for further medical intervention. Dry needling procedures are performed by licensed physical therapists to alleviate strain and tension in tendons, ligaments and muscles.

Does dry needling hurt?

Dry needles are extremely thin and typically cause very little pain upon entry into the skin. In fact, most patients can hardly feel it at all. The insertion point, however, causing the myofascial release within the affected muscle and corresponding trigger point, can become sore after the procedure and last for a few days.

What is the difference between dry needling and acupuncture?

Although seemingly similar, dry needling and acupuncture are two very different treatments. Acupuncture is based on the ancient Chinese practice of placing needles along ‘meridian’ lines intended to connect the body’s internal organs and other systems. This process is believed to restore balance and proper flow of energy throughout the body and is used to treat internal ailments like digestive disorders, stress and chronic pain.

Dry needling however was developed in the 1980’s based on modern Western medicine. Dry needles are inserted into trigger points, or tender bands of muscle located within larger muscles which then triggers a release response and returns the targeted area to normal function. Dry needling is traditionally used to resolve both acute and chronic pain without the need for surgical or medicinal intervention.

What are the side effects of dry needling?

Most commonly, dry needling side effects include soreness at the insertion site or the surrounding area during or after the procedure typically followed by marked improvement within a few days; bruising, bleeding, fatigue, and fainting.